Hoot Welfare Society’s Law Bloom is organising a National Essay Writing Competition, “EXPRESSAY 2.0” to spread awareness amongst the youth about social justice.
About Hoot Welfare Society
Hoot Welfare Society is a Non-Governmental Organisation dedicated to nurturing students for a better world. It aspires to facilitate students to harness their knowledge and intelligence in a smart way for the welfare of the society working in the field of nourishment. Seeking student’s nourishment is its main focus and students themselves do charity in a good & smart way with their knowledge and intelligence. Currently, Hoot Welfare Society is working in five
Smriti (Social Nourishment)
Jeev Sharan Grah (Animal Nourishment)
Heal (Medical Nourishment)
Swaraj (Student Nourishment)
Law Bloom (Legal Nourishment)
About Law Bloom
Under Law Bloom, we organize events; provide opportunities to students & stakeholders. Law Bloom is a group of committed people working selflessly for the welfare of the underprivileged.
The purpose of creating this domain is to serve society through the people in legal field. This is a non-profit organization; hence, you are a direct beneficiary. Law Bloom collectively and voluntarily work to serve-society and law at
large. It is all for a noble cause.
About the Event
Social justice is the view that everyone deserves equal economic, political and social rights and opportunities. Hooters, aim to open the doors of access and opportunity for everyone, particularly those in greatest need.”
Inequality takes many forms, and people are still waiting on their ability to live freely, safely, or, just to live.
How are social issues and conceptions of justice constructed through language? What can you do to reframe how you talk about equality and what it means to seek justice?
Public space is no longer just in person —build your on-line action community, too. Keeping the above views in mind, Law Bloom, Hoot Welfare Society is elated to organise this event.
Note: The last date of Registration & Submission has been extended to 10th March 2021. Please ignore the same in Poster & Brochure.
Students pursuing UG & PG courses enrolled in any approved institutions are eligible to participate.
Inequality and discrimination during the COVID-19 pandemic
Corporate policies and their effects on social justice
Are social injustices the root cause of employee riots?
Do non-profit organisations have any positive effect on society?
Principles of social justice and gender equality
Do current policies protect citizens from discrimination?
Deprivation of health care: Dealing with consequences
Economic differences and inequalities in the modern era
वैश्विक महामारी का संकट : स्वास्थ्य और सामाजिक न्याय के विभिन्न पहलू
मजदूरों का पलायन और सामाजिक, आर्थिक, सांस्कृतिक अस्मिता का संकट
किसान आंदोलन : विविध पहलू एवं सुप्रीम कोर्ट की भूमिका
कोरोना संकट का काल और मीडिया की भूमिका एवं सामाजिक न्याय के आयाम
Note (for Hindi): Students are free to write on any topic of their choice but within the ambit of the theme, Social Justice.
Essays in the range of 1200-1500 words shall be accepted.
The language of essay may be either English or Hindi.
The content must be original and must not be published anywhere else.
Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of 2 authors only.
The submission shall be made in .doc/.docx format only.
All the submissions shall be made to law.bloom[at]hoot.org.in with the subject “Submission – Essay Writing Competition.”
Essays exceeding plagiarism of more than 10% shall be rejected.
The author(s) shall follow OSCOLA (for English) mode of citation.
Body: Font: Times New Roman, Font Size: 12, Alignment: Justified, Margin: Normal (1” or 2.54 cm on all sides), Line Spacing: 1.5
Footnotes: Font: Times New Roman, Font Size: 10, Alignment: Justified, Line Spacing: 1
Deadlines: The last date of submission is 15th February 2021 at 11:59 PM.
There is a registration fee of Rs. 100 & Rs. 150 for Single Author & Co-author respectively (exclusive of taxes).
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