International Seminar: Protection of Women and Children Rights: Issues and Challenges, 16th June

One Day International Seminar on Protection of Women and Children Rights: Issues and Challenges, 16th June, 2018 at The Indian Law Institute, New Delhi

About Law Mantra:

“Law Mantra” (headquarters New Delhi) (Registration No 150 in Book No.4 Vol
No 3, 603 0f 2018) is not for profit organization running for the purpose of
enhancing legal academics and legal awareness in the society and in the practice of
the same.
We at Law Mantra believes that, we live in a situation where close to 50% of our
population is in constant exposure to discrimination. Women and Children are
perhaps the largest section of society that faces such discrimination. Women and
children are two of the most vulnerable groups which need to be protected and
helped so as to achieve a more just and equitable society.
We at Law Mantra International enable people to take responsibility for the situation
of the deprived Indian women and children and so motivate them to seek resolution
through individual and collective action thereby enabling women and children to
realize their full potential.
Law Mantra runs under the Chairmanship of Hon’ble Mr. Justice. Deepak Verma,
Former Judge, Supreme Court of India, New Delhi and Journal runs under Advisory
Board of Chief Patron of Prof.(Dr.) Mool Chand Sharma, Founder and Former Vice-
Chancellor, Central University Haryana, Prof.(Dr.) M.P Singh, Chancellor, Central University,
Haryana, Prof. (Dr.) R. Venkata Rao, Vice-Chancellor, National Law School of India
University, Nagarbhavi, Bangalore, Prof.(Dr.) Ranvir Singh, Vice-Chancellor, National Law
University, Delhi, Prof.(Dr.) Faizan Mustaffa, Vice Chancellor, NALSAR University of Law,
Hyderabad, Prof.(Dr.) A. Lakshminath, Former Vice Chancellor, Chanakya National Law
University, Patna, Prof. (Dr.) Paramjit S. Jaswal, Vice-Chancellor, Rajiv Gandhi National
University of Law, Punjab, Prof.(Dr.) Vijender Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, National Law
University, Nagpur, Prof.(Dr.) Manoj Kumar Sinha, Director, Indian Institute of Law, New
Delhi, Prof.(Dr.) Bhavani Prasad Panda, Vice Chancellor, MNLU, Mumbai, Prof.(Dr.) Sukh
Pal, Vice Chancellor, HNLU, Raipur, Prof. Koh Kheng Lian, Emeritus Professor KOH
Kheng-Lian, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore; Member Advisory Committee,
Asia- Pacific Centre for Environmental Law, Prof.(Dr.) J.S Patil, Vice-Chancellor, National
Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam, Prof. (Dr.) V.Vijayakumar, Professor of Law,
N.L.S.I.U Bangalore, Prof. (Dr.) Rose Varghese, The National University of Advanced Legal
Studies (NUALS), Kochi, Prof. (Dr.) S.C. Raina , Vice Chancellor, Himachal Pradesh
National Law University, Shimla, Prof.(Dr.) Mukund Sarda, Principal & Dean, New Law
College, Pune, Prof.(Dr.) Naresh Kumar Vats, Professor of Law, National Law University,
Nagpur, Mr Tom Valenti, Intentional Arbitrator, Mr.Abhishek Mishra, Former Assistant
Professor at The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences and other luminaries from
the legal fraternity.

    Protection of Women and Children Rights: Issues and Challenges

Background:The twenty- first century increasingly marks the free movement of merchandise and
capital across national boundaries, with all countries bound together by global
markets. The rapid growth of private capital flows over the past decade, presents an
opportunity for poor and developing countries to access a global pool of savings,
technology and management skills; but at the same time it presents new policy
challenges in terms of securing sustainable development and poverty reduction.
Globalization has powerful economic, political, cultural and social dimensions as, on
one hand, it has opened up enormous opportunities; but on the other hand, it has
not been able to spread these opportunities equitably among all social strata. This
has resulted, in several cases and especially in developing countries, in a renunciation
of state responsibility or the retreat of the state from the provision of public service
towards the welfare of its disadvantaged citizens like women and children.
There is a clear need to examine globalization and its impact from a women and
child rights perspective. This special issue will critically re-examine the current
theory, law, policy and practice of women and child rights and the potential for
more women and child sensitive globalization. There is in particular the need to
consider the potential for concurrent action on domestic and international fronts,
comprising policy changes, specific child- focused programmes, and child sensitive
laws and initiatives. In this respect the Convention constitutes a benchmark, yet it is
also necessary to question whether the Convention and its implementation produce
social justice for children.

Procedure for Submission of Abstracts:
Abstract (of about 250 words) should be sent as an attachment in a word file.
Abstracts will be peer reviewed before they are accepted. The following information,
in the given format, should be send along with the Abstract:
• Name of the Participant
• Official Designation/Institution Details
• Address and Email id
• Title of Abstract
• Abstract

The subject line of Email should read as: “Abstract Submission for International
Seminar on Protection of Women and Children Rights: Issues and Challenges”.

Guidelines for Paper Submission
• The title of the paper should be followed by Name, Designation, Name of
the Organization / University / Institution and Email address. It is
mandatory to mention Email address as all future correspondence will be
through it.
• Name and details of Co-author, if any.
• The paper should be typed in MS WORD format (preferably 2007 or 2010).
• The paper must be in single column lay out with margins justified on both
• The sub heading should be in font size 12, bold and Times New Roman, left
• The main text should be in font size 12, Normal, Times New Roman, 1.5
spacing and Justified.
• The length of paper should not exceed 6,000 words (including footnotes).
Exceeding the word limit may lead to rejection of papers.
• All references must be in the form of footnotes with font size 10 and should
be according to the Bluebook 19th Edition.