Call for Papers! International Conference-Criminal Jurisprudence on Death PenaltyDate – 15th and 16th September, 2023!

Call for Papers! International Conference-Criminal Jurisprudence on Death PenaltyDate – 15th and 16th September, 2023!

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International Conference-Criminal Jurisprudence on Death Penalty
Date – 15th and 16th September, 2023
About the Conference :

The conference on the death penalty in India will address social, ethical, and legal issues surrounding its imposition. It aims to engage all stakeholders of the criminal justice system, including accused individuals, victims, police, prosecution, defense counsel, courts, correctional authorities, and academicians associated with death penalty laws. The primary objective is to explore the challenges and opportunities presented by the death penalty regime in India.

Themes of Presentation

  1. Theories of Punishment on Death Penalty / Deterrence and Crime Prevention.
  2. Sentencing reforms on Death Penalty / Alternatives to Capital Punishment.
  3. Constitutional Validity and Judicial Review.
  4. Ethical Dilemmas and Moral Justifications
  5. Impact on Victims and Families
  6. Global Perspectives on Capital Punishment
  7. Role of Media and Public Opinion
  8. Capital Punishment and Mental Health
  9. Death Row Conditions and Human Rights
  10. The Death Penalty and Racial Disparities
  11. International Abolition Efforts
  12. Power of Pardon and Constitutional provisions for Death row prisoners.
  13. Delay in Execution of Sentence of Death.

Research Paper – Guidelines :

    1.1. Margin: Set the paper size to A4.
    1.2. Fonts: The font type to be used is Times new Roman with font size of 12. Headings -16 and subheadings-14. Please use BOLD letters for paper title
    1.3. Major and secondary headings must be BOLD.
    1.4. Spacing: The body of the papers should be single spaced.
    1.5. Length of the Paper: The paper length should not exceed 30 pages maximum including figures,
    tables, references and appendices.

2.1. Covering page: The front page of the manuscript must be organized as follows:
2.1.1. Title of the Article –Paper title to be centered , BOLD with CAPITAL Letters .
2.1.2. Author(s) name(s) and their Organization’s associated name – Both should be centered.
2.1.3. Email addresses of all the author(s)

4.1. Manuscript should be written in English and should be submitted electronically via email as an
attachment to: icc[email protected] Submission by any other mode will not be accepted.
4.2. Manuscripts are to be submitted as Microsoft Word document format for Windows. Other
formats will not be accepted.
4.3. No Manuscript will be accepted without the required Format. All Manuscripts Should Be
professionally proofread Before the Submission

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