Centre for Human Rights and Subaltern Studies, National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi in collaboration with National Commission for Women, New Delhi is organising National Webinar on “Cyber-crime against Women: Precautions and Strategies” on the eve of ‘International Day of Elimination of Violence against Women’ 25th November 2020 (12:00 PM – 02:00 PM)
About National Commission for Women
The National Commission for Women (NCW) is the statutory body of the Government of India, generally concerned
with advising the government on all policy matters affecting women. It was established in 31 January 1992 under the
provisions of the Indian Constitution, as defined in the 1990 National Commission for Women Act.
Centre for Human Rights and Subaltern Studies (CHRSS) of NUSRL, Ranchi was created with an objective to work on
protection of Human Rights. The idea of Human Rights maintains that there are certain rights universal, Inherent and
inalienable in nature.
About the Webinar
The Webinar is being organized on the eve of ‘International Day of Elimination of Violence Against Women’ by Centre
for Human Rights and Subaltern Studies (NUSRL, Ranchi) in collaboration with National Commission for Women, New
Delhi. The title of the Webinar is ‘Cyber Crime against Women: Precautions and Strategies.’
The objective of this webinar is to address Gender-based violence and its multi-dimensional social expressions and implications and to suggest the necessary policy guidelines and frameworks around Internet governance for industry and service providers.
Note: Certificates will be provided to only those participants who have registered latest by 23rd November 2020. The link for the webinar will be shared in the respective email IDs of the participants, one day prior to the webinar.
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