The Adhrit Foundation, an internationally recognized youth-led, not-for-profit and non-political organization working on Agriculture, Education, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare and Youth Empowerment in India and a participant at the United Nations Global Compact and United Nations Civil Society Network, is proud to announce that the India Law Forum has been officially launched at the Indian Law Conclave held from 29th June-1st July in New Delhi.
India Law Forum is a community for lawyers and law students committed to empowering people through legal aid, legal awareness, and legal education. ILF attempts to bring lawyers, legislators, bureaucrats, academicians and students together, in order to encourage discussion over legal issues and promote a multidisciplinary approach to the policy-making process.
The forum will create a database of non-governmental organisations facilitating access to justice and organize awareness campaigns, group discussions, lectures, workshops, conferences, seminars, summer schools, competitions etc. Read the Concept Mind Map to learn more.
ILF is now inviting applications for Associates, State Convenors and the National Committee. Please note that these positions are voluntary in nature and are not remunerated.
The National Committee will execute the vision of ILF, oversee the functioning of the organization and coordinate the efforts of the State Convenors. The State Convenors will be responsible for executing ILF’s activities in their respective states. The National Committee and State Convenors will be assisted by the Associates in their endeavours.
Kindly note that the last date for filling the Forms is 7th August 2018.
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