CALL FOR RAPPORTEURS
The Hub for Law and Policy, Azim Premji University is organising “Crafting Justice”, a two-day exhibition on experiential education and justice.
This interdisciplinary event brings together scholars, experiential educators, practitioners and students to take stock of and discuss the challenges of designing, practicing and evaluating experiential education curriculum and pedagogy within the disciplines of law, public policy, governance and the broad social sciences and humanities.
Details on the conclave, conference, sessions and speakers can be found in the attached draft program.
For more information on “Crafting Justice” please visit craftingjustice.net.
We welcome applications from those who would be interested in acting as rapporteurs for this event.
Each rapporteur will be assigned one conference/ conclave panel and is expected to produce a brief note/ summary of their panel’s presentations and discussions and a short “press release“ focussing on the panel highlights, suitable for publication on the Azim Premji University, and conference websites.
Other duties include engaging social media to promote the conference and conclave and assisting with conference logistics.
All deliverables are to be completed within 4 weeks from the conclusion of the conference/ conclave.
Upon completion of all deliverables, the Hub for Law and Policy will issue a certificate attesting the rapporteurship to each rapporteur as well as a 1000 rupees gift voucher redeemable from Blossoms bookstore, Bangalore.
Rapporteurs will be duly credited for their work, in post-conference material detailing the discussions at the conference.
Applications should include:
a brief CV;
a short statement highlighting the applicant’s experience and/ or knowledge related to
field practice and why the applicant is interested in being part of “Crafting Justice”.
Applications should be addressed to [email protected] and clearly mention Call for Rapporteurs in the subject line.
Deadline for application: 25 April 2017
The Hub will reimburse travel costs.