Takhte Writers & Publishers, in cooperation with UNESCO, is launching a call for contributions for a publication on ‘Indian Youth Perspectives on Peaceful and Inclusive Societies’.
Takhte Writers & Publishers provide professional support in writing and publishing books. It promotes the importance of effective writing amongst young minds and builds a writers’ community across India.
Head of Takhte Writers & Publishers has also received the appreciation letter from Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modiji for the current edition book – Year 2 AC (After Coronavirus): A Future Imagined by Youth.
About the Call for Chapters
Goal 16 aims to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all, and build effective, accountable, and inclusive institutions at all levels.
Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16 is the penultimate goal within the 2030 agenda, signifying that there can be no sense of sustainability when there is no stability, peace, assurance of effective governance, or protection of human rights.
Significant attention should therefore be placed on defining and modifying national and international policies to advance justice, good governance, and peace and ensure their effective implementation. This is particularly important for contexts where conflict and violence continue to persist.
SDG 16 is at the core of the 2030 agenda. It is a driving force behind the achievement of all other SDGs.
Youth need SDG 16 to reach their full potential, and SDG 16 can only be met with the full engagement of young people. To have an impact on their societies, young people require an enabling environment that promotes peace, justice, and inclusiveness.
In this spirit, Takhte Writers & Publishers, in cooperation with UNESCO, is launching a call for contributions for a publication on ‘Indian Youth Perspectives on Peaceful and Inclusive Societies‘. The publication aims to advance youth research and analysis on the recent trends and practices to progress on SDG 16 in India.
Young people between 18 and 35 years old, including students (undergrads and postgrads), Ph.D. Scholars, Academicians, Researchers, and Professionals (NGOs, INGOs, and SCOs) are encouraged to participate.
Submissions should cover one of the below four themes/questions:
- Preventing Conflict and maintaining peace: What are some key strategies that can be implemented for preventing conflict and maintaining peace?
- Building Institutional Resilience, Effectiveness, and Accountability: What are some of the key challenges in building Institutional Resilience, Effectiveness, and Accountability and how can these be overcome?
- The Role of Communities and Eduction in Strengthening the Rule of Law: How can community and education-based approaches be used to promote the Rule of Law?
- Ensuring Inclusion, Protection, and Participation: What are the key pillars in ensuring inclusion, protection, and participation of all people for peace and justice.
- Abstract Submission Deadline: July 7, 2022
- Abstract Acceptance Notification: July 21, 2022
- Full Chapter Submission: August 20, 2022
- Review Process: August 21 to October 30
- Review Results Declaration: November 1, 2022
- Revised Chapter Submission: November 30, 2022
- Publication of E-Book: January 2023
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