Abstract Submission Deadline: 15th October 2023
The transformative nature of our world has been underscored once again, not only by the Covid-19 pandemic but also by the myriad challenges it has posed to humanity and the safeguarding of human rights. Amidst these challenges, the rapid evolution of artificial intelligence has significantly altered regulatory landscapes worldwide, demanding our attention. Concurrently, the urgent need for environmental protection and addressing climate change has remained a persistent topic of discussion and debate.
The conference welcomes submissions encompassing a range of sub-themes, which include, but are not restricted to: •The judicial function in adjudicating climate change matters
•The efficacy of the international rights framework in the aftermath of Covid-19
•The implications of technology, artificial intelligence, and human rights in future contexts
•Divergent interpretations concerning the intersection of health and rights
•The escalation of domestic abuse incidents during the Covid-19 pandemic
Note: Theaforementioned sub-themes serve as a starting pointand are not exhaustive.
Deadline for submission of abstract: 15thOctober 2023
• Notification of selection of abstract: 1stNovember 2023
• Last date for registration: 24thNovember 2023
Call for Abstracts
In order to ensure concise and focused presentations, it is requested that the abstracts for proposed contributions do not exceed 250 words. Abstracts should be accompanied by a brief biography, highlighting the relevant expertise and affiliations of the author. To streamline the submission process, all abstracts and biographies should be submitted via the dedicated submission portal. Access to the submission portal can be obtained by following the provided link. We appreciate your cooperation in adhering to these guidelines, which will assist us in efficiently reviewing and organizing the conference program.
To ensure your presentation slot and participation in the conference, authors of accepted submissions are required to complete the registration process.
:A nominal registration fee is applicable to cover the costs associated with organizing the conference and facilitating a seamless experience for all attendees.
Categories and Fees
:The registration fees are structured as follows:
Academics and Practitioners:
Single Authorship: Rs.1500/-(approximately 15 GBP)
Co-Authorship: Rs.2000/-(approximately 20 GBP)
Single Authorship: Rs.1000/-(approximately 10 GBP)
Co-Authorship: Rs.1500/-(approximately 15 GBP)
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