2nd National Seminar on Affordable Housing: Building Inclusive Society for the 21st Century India February 10-11, 2024 Jointly organised by: Centre for Law and Urban Development & Centre for Tax Laws National Law University Delhi
National Law University, Delhi, India
The National Law University, Delhi, established in 2008 by Act No.1 of 2008 of the National Capital Territory of Delhi, is one of the premier law universities in India. The primary mission of the University is to create lawyers who will be professionally competent, technically sound and socially relevant and will not only enter the Bar and the Bench but also be equipped to address the imperatives of the new millennium and uphold the Constitution of India. The University has very good infrastructure in its campus at Sector 14, Dwarka, New Delhi, with all facilities for the best learning and research. The University offers 5-year integrated B.A., LL.B. (Hons), LL.M., Ph.D. and PG Diploma Programmes.
Centre for Law & Urban Development
The Centre for Law & Urban Development (CLUD) at National Law University, Delhi, aims to bring together the students, industries and academia working towards enhancing the understanding and teaching of property, housing, urban development and other related laws. In doing so, the Centre has undertaken a variety of projects and activities, such as the Sustainable Development Goals Series, Research Projects and Publications on relevant topics of prime importance and awareness drives through proactive public initiatives and webinars, amongst a multitude of other projects. These projects are driven towards answering pertinent questions surrounding the existing system within today’s society, such as the needs, status and standing of the underprivileged in the urban structure and other such key issues that plague the societies in their current form. In an attempt to offer solutions that are not just viable but also sustainable, pragmatic and stakeholder friendly, CLUD has also undertaken projects in the area of affordable housing to ensure housing for all as a facet of urban planning. At CLUD, we understand that Urban Planning is an all-around and holistic field of study that requires the cooperation of professionals and scholars from diverse fields. This will further our aim to also delve into and attempt to tackle issues such as the impact of climate change on sustainable cities, the prospects of smart cities and the scope of Urban Development in its truest sense from the lens of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Centre for Tax Laws
The Centre for Tax Laws was established in 2018 under the aegis of National Law University, Delhi, to work in the area of tax laws. A robust taxation framework helps in mobilising revenue for governments’ welfare commitments and serves as the backbone of a sound economy. As it is only through constant analysis and conversation that civil society stays informed and involved in any area of law, we as academics have instituted this Centre especially for tax laws to bring the academia, industry and government together under a single platform. In the future, we will be interacting with all stakeholders by organising conferences, workshops, seminars, colloquiums, capacity development programs and publications on the current themes and debates reverberating for tax laws.
Affordable Housing and Inclusive Society: 21st Century India
2. Affordable Housing Fund in National Housing Bank
3. Affordable Housing in Smart Cities
4. Blockchain Technology and Transformation in Real Estate Sector
5. Budget 2023 and Affordable Housing
6. Building Inclusive Cities: Challenges and Opportunities
7. Delhi Land Pooling Policy: Issues and Challenges
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