Call For Chapters For Edited Book On “Rights Of Indigenous Peoples In The Era Of Globalization”: Submit Full Paper By 31 October 2023

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Globalization has brought new opportunities to indigenous peoples. With the emerging connectivity provided by technology and technology-based services, there is now better and more extensive access to programs and services that may have been unavailable before due to isolation or low populace. Globalization has created employment opportunities in previously economically challenged regions. The internet has opened up new possibilities for indigenous groups to preserve and share their cultural heritage as well as their traditional languages. In some cases, indigenous groups have found new venues to share culturally significant stories and practices with the non-indigenous world and with each other. Therefore, this is a little effort to discuss and analyse the impact of globalization upon the lives and society of indigenous peoples.

What Are The Details Of The Opportunity?

  • Theme: Rights Of Indigenous Peoples In The Era Of Globalization
  • Sub Theme: The above mentioned sub themes are not exhaustive but only illustrative.- Authors are open to research on any topic related to the above mentioned themes introspecting their own scholarly interests on this igniting area.
    • Globalization and Indigenous Peoples Identity Crisis
    • Globalization Threats to Land and Resources
    • Globalization and Its Impact on Indigenous Economic System
    • Impact of Globalization on Indigenous Peoples Intellectual Property
    • Cultural Conflict and Future of Indigenous Peoples
    • Globalization’s Impact on Health of Indigenous Peoples
    • Globalization and Indigenous Women
    • Globalization, Tourism and Indigenous Peoples
    • Climate Change and Environmental Degradation and Indigenous Peoples
    • Access to Education
    • Poverty Human Dignity and Human Rights
    • Redefining Indigenous Rights
    • Displacement, Conflict and Reprisals
    • Any other Relevant Topics
  • Full Paper Submission Deadline: 30th October 2023
  • Co-authorship: Co-authorship is allowed. The maximum number of co-authors for a submission shall only be one.
  • Submission Guidelines:
    • The themes are broadly suggestive. The author may write on any topic relevant to the theme of the book.
    • All the contributions should be the original work of the contributors. All submissions will undergo the plagiarism test.
    • The contributions should be ideally above 3500 words and not above 7000 words.
    • All articles, notes and comments should provide a brief abstract of 250-300 words.
    • Submissions should be in:
      • Times New Roman, 12 fonts with 1.5 line spacing, justified text and 1-inch margins on all sides of an A4 sheet.
      • Footnotes should be in Times New Roman, 10-font size with 1.0 line spacing.
      • Endnotes and/or Bibliography and in-text citations are not allowed.
      • Headings should follow the following standard:
        • TITLE OF THE SUBMISSION: Upper-case, bold, font size 14 b. HEADINGS: Upper-case, bold, font size 14
        • Sub-Headings: Title-case, bold, font size 12
        • Sub-Sub-Heading: Title-case, italics, font size 12
    • The submission must be the original work of the author and must not been submitted elsewhere or pending review.
    • Kindly use footnotes only, Footnotes should confirm to the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi Citation Style of Footnoting.
    • Kindly use footnotes only, Footnotes should confirm to the Indian Law Institute, New Delhi Citation Style of Footnoting.
    • Submission must be in .doc file only
    • All submitted papers will go through a peer review process.
    • The Law Mantra Trust retain all copyright.
    • The manuscript should be accompanied with the author’s name, designation, name of institute, contact number and e-mail for future reference and correspondence.
    • There is no registration fee, and a soft copy of the book will be provided to all authors free of cost, however, if they wish to purchase a hard copy they need to pay a charge as decided by the publisher.
    • All submissions are to be made through the following email address: [email protected] cc [email protected]
    • The book will be published by Reputed Publisher with ISBN.
  • Editors:
    • Prof. Diptimoni Boruah: She is working as a Professor of Law and is presently associated with the teaching of Post- Graduation Course.
    • Dr. Shailendra Kumar: He is an Assistant Professor of Law at National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam
    • Mr.  Aditya Mishra: He is Founder and Managing Trustee of Law Mantra (Trust). 

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