Centre for Human Rights, HPNLU announces a Faculty Development Programme (FDP) to be conducted online from the 5th of April to the 11th of April 2021.
Himachal Pradesh National Law University was established in the year 2016 and is currently in the fourth year of its inception. Under the able guidance of Professor Nishtha Jaswal, vice-chancellor of the University, HPNLU has made tremendous progress as an institution dedicated to the cause of legal education and research. The University today boasts of a very bright bunch of faculty members and students. During the past four years, the University has organized two international conferences, a faculty development program, a capacity building program, various seminars, colloquia, and special lecture series.
About the Centre
Centre for Human Rights was established in the year 2019 with the aim to promote the study of the important issue of Human Rights and to conduct research on the challenges encountered in making these rights available to all. The Centre proposes to offer degree, certificate, and diploma courses in Human Rights and to undertake research projects dealing with these challenges. The Centre very recently organized a colloquium and a series of special lectures.
About the FDP
The FDP has been organized to create and generate awareness about various facets of Human Rights. The week-long program hopes to bring together experts from various areas such as academics, practitioners, judges, police officers, prison officials in order to enable a discussion of the latest events of significance that have made an impact on our notion of Human Rights.
The theme of the Programme is “Human Rights in Contemporary India: Issues and Challenges”. The program is meant to serve as a platform for apprising teachers and professionals with the latest developments in the area of Human Rights in the country. Recent events of paramount significance in the socio-political realms have tended to reshape our conceptions of Human Rights and it is with a view to understanding these developments that the FDP has been announced.
The FDP will cover a vast array of areas around which the individual sessions will be organized. The themes in the program will include topics from:
Human Rights and Marginalised Groups
Police and Human Rights
Judiciary and Human Rights
Human Rights Commission
Human Rights and the COVID-19 pandemic
Human Rights and Political Processes
Prisoners and Human Rights
Human Rights and Trans genders
Human Rights of Children and Women
Human Rights of Religious Minorities
Human Rights of the Especially Abled
Human Rights and Education
Human Rights and Health
Human Rights and Poverty
Human Rights and Democracy
Details of Programme
The Programme will have two sessions every day. In each of these sessions, there would be special lectures delivered by experts from various fields. The Morning sessions will be from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The afternoon sessions will be from 2:30-4:30 p.m. Certificates of participation will be issued to candidates on their successful completion of the FDP and after filling up of feedback forms. The total number of seats for the FDP is 50.
Confirmation of participation will be done on a first come first serve basis.
Interested candidates may send a copy of their resume along with a cover letter to the Director, Centre for Human Rights, Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla 171014 or at ruchisapahia[at]hpnlu.ac.in.
The fee for attending the FDP shall be Rs. 2000/- that needs to be submitted through:
A Demand Draft drawn in favor of the Registrar, Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla or through
NEFT (A/c Number 14100110051955, IFSC – UCBA0001410, UCO Bank, BranchHalog, Dhami).
Candidates need to fill the enclosed FDP Registration form latest by the 31st of March 2021. Candidates need to submit a No Objection Certificate from their employers before or at the time of filling up the Google Forms.
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