School of Law, Sharda University, cordially invites academicians, researchers, representatives of the Civil Society, Students and research scholars to submit their Abstracts on the broader theme of Confronting Gender Based Violence in the Contemporary World: Current and Emerging Issues.
People from under-represented (such as ethnic minorities, multi-racial, transgender, differently abled communities) population are encouraged to put forward their experiences. Paper presenters are free (and encouraged) to present socio-cultural, legal, psychological or other multi-disciplinary narratives as long as they fall within the theme.
THEME: CONFRONTING GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD: CURRENT AND EMERGING ISSUES
For greater clarity, the following sub-themes are suggested:
Co-authorship is permitted to a maximum of two authors. However, both authors have to register separately.
The abstract shall not exceed a maximum of 250-300 words. Full paper must be of 2500-4000 words (exclusive of footnotes/endnotes/bibliography).
Format: MS Word, Font Type: Times New Roman, Font Size: 12 Point, Line Spacing: 1.5
Abstract as well as Full Paper shall be submitted both in pdf and MS Word and shall be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
After confirmation of the abstracts, participants will be required to make the fee payment and send the receipt to the organizing committee. Thereafter, you will be receiving a e-kit containing further details, list of speakers, details of the session, directions to the venue, etc.
Academicians/Professionals/Practitioners/Administrators/NGO, etc.: Rs. 750
Research Scholars, Students, Participation only: Rs. 500
Registration fee includes seminar kit, high tea, and lunch excluding accommodation.
Date of Abstract Submission: 15.10.2019
Communication of Acceptance of the Abstract: 17.10.2019
Registration and Fee Payment Deadline: 20.10.2019
Submission of Final Paper: 30.10.2019
Date of Seminar: 1.11.2019
Office: Dr. Urmila Yadav, Assistant Professor and Co-Convenor 9990898447 (Timings: 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Weekdays only, excluding holidays)
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