Seminar on Exploring Disability Rights Paradigm in India @ Indian Law Institute, Delhi [Sep 29]: Register by Sep 20

About the Organiser

The Indian Law Institute is a Deemed University and socio-legal research institute, founded in 1956. Established in New Delhi, primarily with the objective of promoting and conducting legal research, education and training.

About the Event

The Indian Law Institute is organizing a One day National Seminar on “Exploring Disability Rights Paradigm in India” on 28th September 2019.

This seminar seeks to stir up conversations about the promotion of full realization of economic, social and cultural rights of persons with disability.

Submission Registration and Application Details

The registration form is here.

Applications are invited from teachers, advocates, PhD scholars, LLM students, MA/MPhil students in Social Work or Social Sciences and Policy Makers.

Seats available for the Seminar are limited; the intake of the participants shall be on first come first serve basis on the payment of registration fees of Rs. 500/-.

Participation Certificate, working lunch & tea in between the sessions would be provided to the registered participants.

The last date for receipt of applications, in the prescribed format, is 20th September 2019. Please send your applications to the ILI Registrar, Mr. Shreenibas Chandra Prusty (academic[at]

Contact Details

For the seminar related details, please contact the Seminar Coordinator, Dr. Jyoti Dogra Sood at disabilityandhumanrights[at]

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