Amity University, Lucknow Campus is a part of India’s leading educational group with a legacy of excellence spanning over two decades and campuses spread across the world.
ABOUT THE SEMINAR
The interface between religion, law and governance is increasingly coming under critical scrutiny today. It has always occupied a prominent position in the development of human society.
Religion and law are like two facets of governance both having different specifications but serving the common end. In order to debate and deliberate on the relevance, usefulness and importance of law, religion and governance Amity Law School, Lucknow Campus is organising a two-day International Seminar on Law, Religion & Governance: Issues & Challenges on 13th February-14th February 2020
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Academicians, Professionals, Research Scholars and Students
The Seminar will open avenues for interactive sessions and focused group discussions. Each session will be chaired by eminent resource persons and the mode of presentation by the participants should be oral/powerpoint presentation.
Law, Religion and Liberties – International Scenario
The Israel-Palestine Issue: Influence of Religion as a Constitutional Disruption
Democratic backsliding, Politics of Misinformation and Binary Politics in Europe
The Moral Complex of Religious Issues in the United States
The Foundations of Indian and Western Secularism
International practices with respect to governance
Secularism in India – Binary effect with Judiciary and Constitution
The Inclusive Nature and Structure of Indian Secularism: The Ayodhya Dispute
Constitutional Redemption on Issues of Religious Liberties
Constitutional Controversies over Religious Liberty
Judicial intervention in religious affairs
Secularism in the era of globalization
Trans- Religious and Political Governance in India – A Social Insight
Role of identity politics to shape cyber governance
The impact of Judicial Activism and Constraint over Religious Issues
Changing the paradigm of governance & religion
Law, religion and liberty of Conscience
Religion & Politics
Any other relevant topics.
GUIDELINES FOR PAPER SUBMISSIONS
The abstract should not be more than 300 words and a maximum of 5 (five) relevant keywords.
Full paper –3000 words minimum excluding references and footnoting (Descriptive footnotes and substantive text in the footnotes is not permitted).
Footnotes must follow The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (Harvard, Latest Edition).
Abstract & Full Paper is to be submitted as soft copy only in MS Word format (Typed in Times New Roman, 14-point Heading and 12-point normal text with 1.5 spacing & 10 points with 1.0 spacing for footnotes).
A separate MS Word file should be submitted containing the article title, followed by author’s name, affiliation, communication address, E-mail and phone details.
A declaration waiving the copyright by the author and stating that all submissions are original and bona fide work of the author.
No part of the submitted paper should contain any form of identification of the author or any such information if found would lead to disqualification.
Only 1 (one) co-author is permitted.
In co-authorship, respective authors have to pay the registration fee individually.
In-absentia only for foreign delegates (co-authorship not allowed).
All papers (abstract and full) must be submitted to amityinternationalseminar[at]gmail.com under the subject name: “AMITY LKO 2019 SEMINAR – TITLE OF PAPER – AUTHOR’S NAME”.
Papers will be submitted to: amityinternationalseminar[at]gmail.com
Last date for Registration: 31st January 2020
Receipt of Abstract & Author’s details via e-mail till 20th January 2020 (23:59 hrs.) to amityinternationalseminar[at]gmail.com.
Last date for full paper submission via e-mail: 30th January 2020(23:59 hrs.)
The registration fee for:
Professional participants: Rs. 2,000 /-
Research Scholars/ Students participants: Rs. 1,500 /-
Students Participants/ Research Scholars of Amity University, Lucknow Campus: Rs. 1,000 /-
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