Internationalism is a research organization based in Prayagraj, India, focusing on research and entrepreneurial initiatives related to International Law and its allied fields. The organization is founded by Abhivardhan, an Intrapreneur at Alexis Group.
Internationalism, started its first project on a research perspective related to Legal Theory and International Law, with the due name of Jurisprudential Entrepreneurship.
About the Conference
Presenting #AaiyegaZaroor with Ideas, a special opportunity competition by the Organizing Team of The Juris En Conference on International Law, 2020.
In the maiden edition of The Juris En Conference on International Law, 2020, they are opening opportunities for people to ask special questions to our esteemed panellists on the cutting-edge issues of International Law and Relations in accordance with the proposed topics for our panel.
They are accepting Questions from students, researchers and academics on various issues of International Law and Relations.
Seminar on Sustainable Development at Modern Law College, Pune, Maharashtra, India
You can ask questions on the following issues decided for the Panel:
Multilateralism, Multipolarity and Populism in International Relations;
The Jaishankar Doctrine: India’s Foreign Relations under Subramanyam Jaishankar;
The Scope of Non-International Armed Conflicts and Geopolitics;
Introducing Virtual Dispute Resolution to Resolve Transnational Commercial Issues: The Indo-Asian Context;
India’s Space Policy: The Economic Perspective of Space Entrepreneurs in New India;
Creating Jobs To Combat Climate Change and Maintain Ecological Human Rights;
The Ethical Perspective of Artificial Intelligence in Asia;
Note: Ask at most 4 questions based on any of the topics above. Best topics will be appreciated during the Conference and all the attending Delegates shall be given Appreciation Certificates. Also, an overview of the best questions will be published after the Conference.
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