The gender gap is, unfortunately, a global concern. It is the basis of multiple violations of human rights. Through this International Conference on Human Rights and Gender Justice, we would like to bring together academicians, students, human rights activists, and all interested people coming from civil society as well, on one platform to strengthen the debate in view to find shared solutions and best practices.
Human rights are the common denominator of human beings, because they rely upon human dignity. They apply regardless of nationality, religion or belief, race, ethnicity, gender. However, due to the raising gender inequalities worldwide, a concerted effort is required from all actors and stakeholders for devising effective policies and enactments in order to prevent future violations, besides addressing the global request for justice.
Contributions can be relied upon the following themes, from a multidisciplinary perspective:
- Women Rights
- Children Rights
- Minorities Rights
- Human Rights and Fight against Terrorism
- Human Rights of Migrant Workers (especially during the pandemic of Covid-19)
- Human Rights of Older People
- Disabilities and Human Rights
- Human Trafficking and Bride Trafficking
- The Impact of Climate Change and Environmental Harms on Economic Social and Cultural Rights
- Human Rights and State Responsibility
- State responsibility to protect against gender discrimination
- Women’s property and inheritance rights
- Enforcement Mechanism and Protective Laws: National Perspective and Comparative Perspectives
- Protection of Children from Sexual Offences: A Socio-Legal Analysis with Special Reference to POCSO Act
- Human Rights and Legitimate Limitations During the Pandemic
- Gender injustice on social media
- Women’s representation and participation in politics/justice
- Challenges to legal aid for gender protection
- Challenges to legal protection of the third gender
- Role of NGO’s in advocacy for Human Rights
- Legal services for under-trial prisoners, women/child victims of trafficking, and juveniles in the juvenile justice system
- Enforcement Mechanism and Protective Laws: National Perspective.
- Sexual Orientation, Gender IdentityIdentity and LGBTQ Rights ReligionReligion, Culture and Human Dignity.
- Human Rights and the Pandemic-Challenges and Opportunities.
Kindly note:- the above list is not exhaustive and the session proposals can be on any title related to Human Rights
The session proposal shall not exceed 1200- 1500 words.
It should include the title, keywords, the presenter’s name, designation, institutional affiliation, mailing address, contact number, and Email ID.
The abstract should be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing.
Kindly mention the title of the session proposal along with details of the co-author (if any).
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Last Date for submission of Session Proposal: 22nd February 2022
Intimation of acceptance of Abstracts: 3-4 days from submission
Conference Date: 27th February 2022
Contact- Dikcha Jajodia- Ph. 8420652035
Dev Ahuja- Ph. 9151322183
Convenor: Dr. Mayank Kapila, Assistant Professor (Law), B.R. Ambedkar Bihar University, Muzaffarpur
Co-convenor: Ms. Swati Kaushal, Assistant Professor, School of Law, Amity University, Noida
Student Convenor: Mr. Sanidhya Kulshreshtha
- Dikcha Jajodia
- Dev Ahuja
- Akshansh Negi