The Centre for Constitutional Rights in collaboration with Meer Foundation and the Jamia Humdard University is organizing The National Meeting and Training on Rights of Acid Attack Victims and Implementation of Law on the 28th – 29th April, 2018.
Through this collaboration we intend to bring the stories of the survivors, their struggles to you in an effort to help create awareness.
The two day training programme will witness advocates, expert medical professionals, and other stakeholders come under one roof with the survivors and discuss the detailed procedure of law, compensation, criminal procedure, investigation, medical curative procedures, and impacts on the lives of the survivors and their families.
Applications must be sent by April 24, 2018 and participants will be selected on the basis of these applications. To apply online, click here.
If you are unable to use the online method, download the application given here and e-mail the completed form along with your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participants will be selected based on their application forms and their ability to demonstrate how they would apply the lessons of the Institute.
Preference will be given to young lawyers and activists who wish to work in the field of human rights and belong to minority sections and SC/STs. Participants are required to stay for the duration of the course.
Mandatory arrival date for the course is Friday, April 27, 2018. Departure will be on April 30. Participants are responsible for incurring their travel costs to and from the institute.
The fees for the four-day course will be Rs 5,000. This covers the training, resource package, spartan accommodation and all meals. Breakfast, lunch and dinner will be available for all participants. Minorities, SC/ST and financially weak applicants may apply for concessions.
For the selected candidates, fees must be paid on or before Monday, April 26, 2018, through a mode communicated to them after the selection process is over.
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