About the Centre for Human Rights
Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad provides its students with an opportunity to achieve expertise and specialization in different fields of law. In furtherance of the same, it facilitates its students and faculties to establish Centres of Specialization in different fields, the Centre for Human Rights is one of them.
The Centre was established with an aim to spread awareness and knowledge about Human Rights amongst the masses and to support and stand for the rights of the marginalized communities in our society, and try to bring a change in the perception of people.
About the Conference
Ensuring basic human rights of the vulnerable section of society are the cardinal principles of rule of law. The most affected and vulnerable section of the society is children, not to mention their plight during internal disturbances, violence and conflict-like situations. One of the challenges the contemporary world faces today is ensuring the basic human rights of children.
The International Human Rights regime relating to children as dealt with under the UNCRC is inclusive of the concerns of the international community to address the rights of children. However, there is a need to verify whether there is compliance with international obligations by the governments. The increasing pattern of human rights abuses and exploitation of children in the form of child labour, drug abuse, sexual exploitation, trafficking, pornography, etc., is worrisome.
There are national legislation in place to address these issues in India. However, there is a need to deliberate upon the efficiency of the existing legal system to deal with issues relating to the violation of child rights. It is pertinent to note that the worldwide spread of COVID-19 has affected children and their rights which are guaranteed under various international instruments significantly and the need to explore the legal effects and efficiency of these laws becomes the need of the hour.
Keeping in mind the deliberations and growing concerns of Child Rights, this One-day E- Conference will provide
a platform to the scholars, students, academicians, and other luminaries to deliberate upon the pressing issues to assess and take stock of the protection of child rights regime under the UNCRC as well as under various laws, statutes, policies and schemes being in implementation in India.
Mode of the Conference
The one-day national conference will be conducted through the virtual mode keeping in mind the present pandemic situation.
Guidelines for Paper Presentation
- The sessions will be grouped according to the theme of the paper. Each presenter will be given 10 minutes for the presentation of the paper.
- An open discussion shall be conducted after the presentation of each paper.
- The paper presenters can make use of any suitable mode of presentation. It shall be upon the discretion of the author(s) to make use of presentation tools such as PowerPoint, Prezi etc.
- Last date for abstract submission: 30th April 2021
- Last date for submission of full paper: 5th May 2021
- Last date for registration: 10th May 2021
- Date of conference: 15th May 2021
Students: Rs. 500/-
Professors/scholars: Rs. 700/-
- Sweta Mishra: +9173375 82738
- Rupal Chhaya: +918106423733
- Shraddha B.: +91 85111 20960