The PG College of Law, Osmania University, Basheerbagh, Hyderabad, is organising a National Workshop on “ROLE OF SUPREME COURT AS A PROTECTOR OF HUMAN RIGHTS – A REFLECTION ON RECENT TRENDS” on 22 December 2018.
About the Workshop
Human rights are the basic rights available to every person. These rights are enshrined as the fundamental rights in our constitution. The Supreme Court is the protector of human rights in our country. Among the fundamental rights, two of the most important rights are equality and liberty.
With the recent landmark judgements of the Supreme Court, the concept of human rights is gaining momentum. In the recent Judgements, it is evident that the Supreme Court is keen on the protection of human rights and providing justice in cases of violation. At this juncture, the workshop aims at highlighting the key issues in relation to the protection of human rights and the role of the Supreme Court in providing justice with special reference to recent judgements.
The Sub-Themes of the workshop include the following areas:
Human Rights and Conceptual Analysis
The Human Rights and Gender Justice: Recent Responses of Supreme Court
Impact of Judicial Action Vs. Social Reaction: Emerging issues
Seminar Hall, Nizam College Basheerbagh, Hyderabad.
Professionals / Academicians / Students / Ph.d. Scholars: Rs. 500/-
The Registration fee shall be paid at the registration counter on the day of the workshop.
The participants are requested to confirm their th participation well in advance on or before 10 December 2018 by registering at this link or sending their confirmation to firstname.lastname@example.org which helps the organisers to make the arrangements accordingly.
Faculty Coordinator: Mr A. Sridhar (M) 9989394290
Student Co-ordinators: Mr T. Yasaswi Goud (M) 9959745039
Mr G. Manish (M) 9493983776
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