CfP: Seminar on Trafficking of Women @ Shahaji Law College, Kolhapur, Maharashtra [March 30]: Submit by March 25

Seminar on Trafficking of WomenAbout the organiser and seminar:

Shahaji Law College, Kolhapur, Maharashtra, is organizing a One Day National Seminar on “Trafficking of Women: Causes, Consequences AND Socio-Legal Responses” on 30 March 2019. The said seminar is sponsored by National Commission for Women.

Trafficking of women for the purpose of sexual exploitation, prostitution, forced labour, slavery and servitude is a worldwide phenomenon unfolding by leaps and bounds every day. Many International Conventions supported by National Legislations and Policies are put in place by the national and international communities to curb this ever-growing menace.

However, the ground realities narrate different stories. Of the agencies tasked to ameliorate the conditions of women, the National Commission for Women.

Location:

Shahaji Law College, 1090, ‘E’ Ward, Shahupuri, Kolhapur – 416 001 Maharashtra, India (Phone: (0231) 25238).

Registration procedure and fee details:

For registration, click here.

Without paper: 

  • Faculty: 500
  • Research Scholars other delegates: 400
  • Students: 100

With paper:

  • Faculty: 700
  • Research Scholars other delegates: 700
  • Students: 100

* only qualified papers in peer review will be published

The registration fees may be deposited or DD drawn in favour of Principal, Shahaji Law College, Kolhapur. Spot registration is available subject to availability of seats.

Online registration can be done at the college website and fees can be deposited on the spot.

Bank details:

Principal Shahaji Law College,

Kolhapur Bank of Baroda Shivaji Chowk,

Kolhapur A/C: 04340100005260

IFSC: BARB0SHIKOL (the fifth character is ZERO).

Deadlines:

Last date to submit abstracts: 25th March 2019

Last date to submit full papers: 29th March 2019

The paper will be published after the seminar.

For full information, click here.

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This post was first published on: 12 Mar 2019

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