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Call for Papers: State Level Seminar on Violence against Marginalised Women and Gender Justice [Aug 21-22, Delhi]; Submit by July 31

By: The Admin | June 14, 2014

State Level Seminar on Violence against the Marginalised Women and Gender Justice

Indian Social Institute, in association with National Commission for Women, New Delhi, is organizing a two-day State Level Seminar on Violence against the Marginalised Women and Gender Justice at Indian Social Institute, New Delhi on 21st and 22nd  of August 2014.

We invite academicians, research scholars, women’s organizations, NGOs and activists to submit papers (or a short write up about one or two pages of the proposed papers) worthy of presentation during the seminar, addressing violence against the marginalised women through one of the following themes:

Violence against Dalit Women

Violence against Tribal Women

Violence against Minority Women

Violence against Northeast Women

Violence against Widows / Single Women

Violence against Refugee Women

The last date for submission of papers is: July 31, 2014

Click to read the concept note and view the tentative programme schedule.

Note: Papers / abstracts/ short write-ups are to reach the Editor, Women’s Link only as a word document to [email protected]

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