School of Law, Lovely Professional University (LPU), Jalandhar, Punjab is organising a one-day international virtual conference on “Revitalizing Social Institutions for Peace, Justice and Environmental Protection” on April 16, 2022.
Lovely Professional University (LPU) is a private university situated in Chaheru, Phagwara, Punjab, India. The university was established in 2005 and started operation in 2006.
About School of Law, LPU
School of Law, LPU was established in 2014. It offers integrated 5 year BA LLB and BBA LLB courses, 3 years LLB program, one-year LLM course with different specializations and one year regular and part-time Ph.D. study programs.
About the Conference
Persecution, injustice, and abuse continue to plague the modern civilization. Building effective, accountable, and Inclusive Institutions at all levels is imperative to promote peaceful, just and inclusive societies for sustainable development. Every democratic society also needs compassion, a solid moral compass and commitment to ensure peace everywhere.
The School of Law, Lovely Professional University Punjab, India, is organizing a One-day International Virtual Conference on Revitalizing Social Institutions For Peace, Justice, And Environmental Protection on April 16, 2022.
The conference aims to bring together leading academicians, students, research scholars, advocates, Judges, NGOs, journalists and social activists to exchange ideas and share their experiences and research results on an interdisciplinary platform. The learning objectives of the conference are:
- To identify legal issues and gaps in legal mandate
- To analyse the implementation of law and policy In society
- To explore contemporary policy narratives and practices
- To evaluate the role of voluntary organisations and social activists
Mode of the Conference
- Evaluating the role of International and National Social Institutions in ensuring peace, justice, and inclusion
- Governance, transparency and justice
- Evaluation of policies at national and international level to create transparency
- Accountability and engagement during times of crisis
- Transforming governance through inclusive processes and the whole society
- The gender dimension of problem: Lessons learned and implications
- Global warming and natural disaster
- Environmental injustice and climate change
- Identifying Socio- economic inclusion
- Impact of climate change on vulnerable sections of society
- Water management problems and challenges
- Water high risk factors
- Climate change and developing world
- Accelerating the implementation of sustainable development goals
- International relations, Peace and Justice
- Public access to information on fundamental freedoms
- Religion and peace
- Culture and society
- Education and peace
- Right of self-determination
- Sovereignty and compulsive methods of dispute settlement
- International territorial conflicts
- International relations
- Peace negotiation and mediation
- Illicit arms flow
- Invasion and use of force
- War Crimes
- Refugees and human rights crisis
- Covert operations: unprincipled/ unjustified killings
- Custodial killings
- Global humanitarian crisis
- Media, conflicts, and human rights
- Equal access to justice
- Transparency and accountability of the institutions
- Environmental Issues
- Environmental peacebuilding
- Water allocation rights
- Water disputes
- Global environmental governance and international agreements
- Transboundary environmental problems
- Unequal access to resources
- Local ecosystem
- Sanitation policy and services
- Disaster management
- Water pollution
- Water footprint
- Green energy
- Hazardous dumping
- Modes of liability in environmental crimes
- Social Institutions
- Poverty eradication
- Food and security
- Child mortality
- Local Institutions and inclusive societies
- Gender equality
- Gender discrimination and inequality in family
- Social exclusion of LGBT rights
- Socio-economic exclusion of elderly
- Socio-legal exclusion of disabled persons
- Caste and religious discrimination in public institutions
SOL LPU invites Academicians, Research Scholars, Students, Practitioners, external faculty, Non-Academicians, both Indians and foreign nationals to participate in the conference.
- Practitioners/Non-Academicians/ External Faculty /LPU Faculty: INR 500
- Research scholars Students: INR 300
- International Participants: US$ 20
- Authors are requested to submit their abstract through e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org in Microsoft Word format.
- Abstract, not exceeding 250 words, should be typed in Times New Roman (font size 12), line space-1.5.
- Co-authorship is allowed, however there can be only one co-author In a research paper and the participation fee for co-authorship shall be applicable separately.
- Give complete affiliation of the authors.
- After receiving the abstract, an acknowledgment will be sent to the author with the reference number. This number should always be quoted while making further inquiries about Its publication.
- The authors are advised to follow 21st edition of Bluebook Footnoting.
- Selected research papers will be published in Scopus Indexed journal/UGC Care List/Book Chapter. Additional nominal charges will be applicable for the publication.
- Submitted articles will be peer-reviewed and screened for plagiarism before final acceptance.
- The authors will be given additional time for final submission of publication.
- Abstract submission: April 10, 2022 [Extended]
- Abstract acceptance: April 13, 2022
- Full paper submission: April 15, 2022 [Extended]
- Conference date: April 16, 2012
- Full length Paper : 4000-6000 Timing- 10:00 AM
- For further details read the brochure attached below, OR
- Visit RSIPJEP- 2022 (lpu.in), OR
- Contact Ms. Ankit Paul kaur (Assistant Professor) on Phone: 8699022902 or email: sol.lpu.2022conference[a]gmail.com
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