Journal of Global Humanitarian Crisis is an online electronic journal brought out by a group of young students of UPES, striving to provide in-depth coverage of the humanitarian issues that mean the most to professionals, educators, researchers, academicians and other members of the human rights supporters.
JGHC is committed to upholding the highest standards of publication ethics and shall take all possible measures against publication malpractice and resolving cases of suspected misconduct and irregularities
This platform shall invoke among young students the idea and desire to contribute to the field of education and research alongside the erudite response of corporate luminary.
The theme of the journal
The Journal of Global Humanitarian Crisis [Volume 1 Issue 1] aims to focus on contemporaneous legal issues related to both domestic laws on human rights and International Humanitarian Laws.
The area may include but is not limited to International criminal laws, Human rights laws, international War laws, and Constitutional law etc. receiving contributions from practitioners, legal academician, professionals, undergraduate and postgraduate students.
We have decided to dedicate the first volume of the journal to domestic laws on human rights in our country.
The tentative theme for this Issue shall focus on “Root cause of human rights abuse in India”. The submissions must aim to examine the existing legal framework and further provide a critical analysis of the same.
How to submit:
All entries should be submitted in .doc or .docx formats along with a pdf copy of the same.
The Manuscripts must be e-mailed to editorialboardj[at]yahoo.com.
The author(s) bear sole responsibility for the accuracy of facts, opinions or view stated in the submitted Manuscript.
All manuscripts would be subject to plagiarism check and if the content is found to be plagiarized, the submission shall be liable rejection.
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