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Virtual National Conference on ‘Human Rights of Slum Dwellers and Forced Eviction’ by NLSIU: Register by 20th Nov 2022

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NLSIU, Bangalore is organizing a Two-Day National Conference on the theme of Human Rights of Slum Dwellers and Forced Eviction: A Legal Mandate along with Symbiosis Law School, Pune and CMR School of Legal Studies, Bengaluru.

This National Conference is being organized under the aegis of the Chair on Urban Poor and the Law instituted by a Memorandum of Understanding between the Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation (MoHUPA) and NLSIU.

Details regarding the Conference: NLSIU

Dates – December 15-16, 2022

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Mode – Virtual Mode (Zoom Online)

Venue – Virtual Space

Important Dates:

§  Last date for submission of Registration & Submission of AbstractNovember 20, 2022

§  Last date to complete registration and make final payment: November 20, 2022

§  Last date for submission of videos: November 28, 2022

§  Submission of full-length Essays/Articles: December 31, 2022

Registration Details:

§  Please fill out the Google form at the earliest, since we have limited seats. The registration link for the National Conference can be accessed HERE. Kindly reserve your seat at the earliest.

§  The ‘Bank Account Details’ are provided in page no. 8 of the brochure attached below for your perusal.

§  Registration Fees:

§  Observer Participant: INR 750/- (Rupees Seven Hundred and Fifty only)

§  Single Author: INR 750/- (Rupees Seven Hundred and Fifty only)

§  For Participating in Video Making Competition: INR 750/- (Rupees Seven Hundred and Fifty only)

§  Two/Co-Authors: INR 1,500/- (Rupees Fifteen Hundred only)

In this regard we warmly invite you to participate in this National Conference and present a paper or submit your videos on any of the following four broad themes:

1.         Land, Property and Governance;

2.         Health, Poverty & Social Inclusion;

3.         Case Studies of Slum Development Boards;

VIDEO MAKING COMPETITION THEMES:

§  Urban poor, migration and resettlement;

§  Impact of health and mental well-being of people affected by forced eviction; or

§  On any of the indicated themes/sub-themes as given above.

Note: The maximum length of the video should be 20 minutes and minimum 15 minutes.

Registration Link: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER   

Further, please find attached the detailed brochure of the Conference along with the poster for more information

The sub-themes, registration link, important dates, payment modes, guidelines, etc. are broadly explained and given in the same.

This Conference is open to:

§  Representatives of Government and Regulatory Bodies.

§  Lawyers, Legal Professionals, Consultants, Practitioners.

§  Academicians, Students, Research Scholars from the disciplines of Law, Finance, Business Management, Commerce, and Public Policy.  

§  Members of Research Institutes, Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), Civil Society Organizations (CSO).

§  Representatives from Companies or other Institutions.

Lastly, for any further assistance or queries please feel free to contact Ms. Jaibatruka Mohanta, Research Fellow, CEERA, NLSIU (Email: [email protected]Contact No.: +91 90825 10813).

We eagerly look forward to your active participation, involvement and paper presentation in the International Conference.

BROCHURE: CLICK HERE


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