Call for Papers: SLC’s Conference on Rights and Dignity of Women in Digital Era.

ORGANIZED BY :-

Karnataka State Commission for Women, Government of Karnataka, Bangalore in association with Seshadripuram Law College, Bangalore.

VENUE & DATE OF CONFERENCE :-

Seshadripuram Law College, Bangalore & 29th July, 2017.

PURPOSE OF CONFERENCE:-

The purpose of the Conference is to develop new strategies to evoke courage in women to fight for their rights & dignity. Let us hope that women get their rightful status and make the eternal line ‘Yatra Naryastu Pujyante Ramante Tatra Devta‘ come true.

Sub-themes

 Role of Constitution in upliftment of women

 Rights of women under personal laws

 Role of State Commission for Women in protection of dignity of women

 Empowerment of women through technology

 New age crimes against women

 Role of social welfare legislations in providing amenities to women

 Challenges to women entrepreneurs – work life balance

 Role of institutional mechanisms for protection of women

 Status of women in live-in relationship

Call for Papers

Last date for registration with DD for Paper Presentation along with full paper is 10th July, 2017.

Separate registration is required for co-authors.

Conference proceeding will be published with ISBN.

Submission Procedure

Paper should be sent to cprdw2017@gmail.com .

NOTE :- No Registration Fee.Publication Charges Rs.500/per author

FOR FUTHER DETAILS :-    http://www.spmlawcollege.ac.in/news/photos/CONFERENCE-BROCHURE-min.pdf.

 

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