RGNUL’s Centre for Advanced Studies in Human Rights (CASIHR) undertakes activities to promote advanced study and research in the emerging trends in Human Rights.
About the Webinar
Centre for Advanced Studies in Human Rights (CASIHR) of the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab (RGNUL) is organizing a one day International Webinar on ‘Debunking Rape Myths and Stereotypes: Safeguarding Human Rights’, scheduled on 30th of August, at 11.00 am.
The objective of the webinar is:
To raise awareness on the issues rape myths and stereotypes surrounding adjudication.
To identify educational and social strategies to address the issue.
To collect, share and develop innovative responses and best practices for the elimination of such rape stereotypes in order to make the criminal justice system more victim-centred.
To give recommendations and concrete proposals for action for the elimination of inadequacies and ambiguities in rape legislations.
All students, professionals, scholars, policy enthusiasts as well interested persons are encouraged to apply.
Details for the Webinar
Date and Time of the event: 30th August 2020 at 11.00 AM.
Digital Platform for the event: WebEx.
There is no registration fee for the webinar.
Participants shall be given e-certificates on the completion of the webinar.
11:45 AM-12:05 PM: Professor (Dr.) G.S. Bajpai, (Registrar, National Law University, Delhi)
12:05 PM-12:25 PM: Hon’ble Mr. Justice Mohan Peiris
12:25 PM-12:55 PM: Question/Answer Round
12:55 PM-1:00 PM: Vote of Thanks/Valedictory
E-mail ID: casihrwebinar[at]gmail.com
Priya Agrawal: +91– 8146416788
Shristi Sharma: +91– 9717087422
Swantika Kumar Rajvanshi: +91– 7347394856
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