The Suraj Sansthan, Jaipur has decided to conduct 10th National Seminar on ‘Human Rights and Disadvantaged Groups’ sponsored by ICSSR, New Delhi. The seminar is being conducted understanding the conditions faced by many of the people in the developing countries due to poverty. These people are deprived of the basic necessities of life like health, education, shelter, food etc. The Governments are also not taking adequate steps to assure and implement human rights. The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) and International Covenant on Economics, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR), 1966 have also promised adequate means of livelihood for all. The fundamental aim of the seminar is to give awareness to the disadvantaged groups regarding the basic human rights available to them and to take adequate steps to prevent breach of such rights. It also aims to protect the interest of the vulnerable groups through different agencies particularly United Nations and its subsidiary organs. The organizers invites papers on the under mentioned sub themes:
- CONCEPT OF DISADVANTAGED AND VULNERABLE GROUPS
Meaning and Concept of Vulnerable and disadvantaged- Human Value- Dignity – Liberty – Socially and economically disadvantages groups – Groups and Culture – Cultural Problems of disadvantaged and vulnerable.
- HUMAN RIGHTS: ENFORCEMENT MECHANISM AND
PROTECTIVE LAWS: NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE
Human rights legislations – Judicial organs – Supreme Court, High Courts – Human Rights Commissions – Commission for women and children – UN and Human rights – UN Charter and its significance – UN and rights of persons with disability – UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People, 2007 – Conventions and Covenants on human rights of disadvantaged
- SOCIALLY AND ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED GROUPS
Prisoners – Stateless persons – Dalits – Mentally ill – AIDS/HIV victims – Sex workers – Transgender – Aged – Minorities.
- WOMEN AND CHILDREN AS VULNERABLE GROUPS HUMAN RIGHTS AND WOMEN RIGHTS
Rights of Children – Social status of women and children – National and international scenario on protection of human rights of women and children – Role of UN.
- DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS: FUTURE GOALS
National policies – Role of International Organizations – Implementation of International Instruments – Indian Scenario – Constitutional safeguard – Role of Media – Press – Advocates – Educational Institutions – Community – NGO’s.
- VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF DISADVANTAGED GROUPS AND AGENCIES FOR REDRESSEL : RECENT TRENDS
- PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF DISADVANTAGED GROUPS : JUDICIAL PERSPECTIVE
The abstracts shall be submitted before March 1, 2016 and the acceptance of paper will be intimated to the participants by March 2, 2016. The participants shall submit full papers by March 6, 2016. The registration fee for delegates, scholars and students shall be Rs, 700, 500 and 300 respectively till March 1, 2016. But till March 6, the fee will be Rs 1000 for delegates, Rs 750 for Scholars and Rs 400 for students. The registration fee shall be inclusive of the seminar kit, lunch and tea. Accommodation charges are not included in the registration fee. The delegates have to take travel allowances from their parent institution. Accommodation will be arranged to the participants on separate payment. Co-authors have to register separately. The seminar will be conducted at Seminar Hall, Vedik Kanya Mahavidyalaya, Raja-Park, Jaipur. The registration fee is to be paid in the mode of DD in favor of Suraj Sansthan, Jaipur. The full paper shall not exceed 3000 words. It should be send to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com added with the title of the paper, name of the author, address, phone number and Email ID.
Important dates: Submission of abstracts: 1.03.2016 Acceptance of abstract: 2.03.2016 Submission of full paper: 6.03.2016 Seminar date: 20.03.2016 For more details contact: Dr.Sanjula Thanvi Ph: 09414794465 Director Suraj Sansthan
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