As is well known, all human societies face certain unprecedented challenges in the 21st century. These include climate change, growing inequalities, both within and among countries, mass human mobility across national and regional boundaries, rapidly increasing urban populations and rise of mega cities, increasing social and political conflicts and growing competition for resources and economic opportunities and most important is health and human rights challenges. Understanding these complexities is necessary to come up with global and local strategies to address them. Role of education at all levels in promoting such an understanding cannot be overemphasized, particularly to prepare and empower humans to face the challenges arising from the above issues. On the other hand, resolving such pressing issues through appropriate interventions is critically important to improve the life chances and well being of human being.

This conference is devoted to an exploration of how youth can be prepared to face the emerging challenges through multi-pronged action on the part of a range of stakeholders such as governments, educational institutions, media, civil society, international agencies, scientific bodies and others.

The vulnerable groups are disadvantaged as compare to other, mainly on account of their reduced access to sustainable life like medical services and the underlying determinants of health such as safe and portable drinking water, nutrition, sanitation etc. For example, person with disabilities often don’t get employment or adequate treatment or people living with HIV/AID, various forms of discrimination that affect their life. The process of identifying disadvantaged groups with the health and human right generated from the pressing reality on the ground that steamed from the fact there are certain groups who are vulnerable and marginalized lacking full enjoyment of a wide range of human rights, including right to political participation, health and education. Certain groups in the society often encounter discriminatory treatment and needs special attention to avoid potential exploitation. This population constitutes what is referred as to disadvantaged group. We can reduce vulnerability by protecting certain rights, right to health, right to education, right to food and nutrition, freedom from discrimination, right to house, sanitation and quality water etc.

This conference is calling papers for the the current and emerging issues in human rights law. The conference will aim to provide those working in this area with a substantive look at the current trends to help them tackle the increasingly complex and sophisticated issues in this area of practice.


Youth for Human Rights International (YHRI) is a nonprofit organization founded in 2001 by Dr. Mary Shuttleworth, an educator born and raised in apartheid South Africa, where she witnessed firsthand the devastating effects of discrimination and the lack of basic human rights. The purpose of YHRI is to teach youth about human rights, specifically the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and inspire them to become advocates for tolerance and peace. YHRI has now grown into a global movement, including hundreds of groups, clubs and chapters around the world.

  • Human Rights of Women and Children
  • Status of Indigenous People and Minorities with special reference to the violations of their Human Rights
  • Human Rights and Terrorism
  • Human Rights violation of Migrant Workers
  • Human Rights of Aged and Disabled
  • Human Rights violation faced by HIV/ AIDS Positive Tested people
  • Violation of Human Rights as a result of Environment Deterioration
  • Human Trafficking and Bride Trafficking
  • Freedom, Justice, Peace, and Human Rights Today
  • Women in Conflict, Refugee Crisis and Gender Justice
  • Gender sensitivity of the justice delivery mechanisms
  • State responsibility to protect gender discrimination
  • Women’s property and inheritance rights
  • Gender discrimination in marriage and divorce
  • Gender-based violence
  • Role of society in curbing gender injustice
  • Gender Injustice on social media
  • Women’s representation and participation in politics/justice
  • Challenges to Legal aid for gender protection
  • Challenges to Legal protection of third gender
  • Role of NGOs in advocacy of Human Rights
  • Constitutional Rights and Safeguards Provided to the Vulnerable Groups in India
  • Legal services for under-trial prisoners, women/child victim of trafficking and juveniles in juvenile justice system
  • Role of NGOs in advocacy for Human Rights
  • Enforcement Mechanism and Protective Laws: National Perspective
  • Constitutional Rights and Safeguards provided to the vulnerable groups in India
  • Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and LGBTQ Rights
  • Religion, Culture and Human Dignity
  • Protection of Children from Sexual Offences: A Socio-Legal
  • Analysis with Special Reference to POCSO Act and Protection of Human Rights
  • Gender Diversity in corporate Governance
  • Migration crises and human rights
  • Climate change, Environmental justice and Human Rights
  • Persistent poverty, Rising inequality, and Human rights
  • Corporate capture of the regulatory state: Implications for human rights and International law
  • Business and Human Rights

Kindly note: – The above list is not exhaustive and the sessionproposals can be on any title related to Human Rights.

Submit the soft copy of the Session Proposal/ Abstract at


Kindly note: – The above list is not exhaustive and the session proposals can be on any title related to Human Rights.
Submit the soft copy of the Session Proposal/ Abstract at
1. Word limit for the Session Proposal: 400-500 words
2. The length of full paper including tables, diagrams, illustrations, references, etc. should be 2500-8000 words. The paper should be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12 with 1.5 linespacing.
3. The footnotes must be typed in Times New Roman, font size 10 with single spacing. The margin of 1 inch on all sides must be maintained throughout the paper.
4. Bluebook 20th Edition/APA shall be strictly followed for Footnoting and referencing.
5. The session proposal and the full paper should be submitted in soft copy and shall be sent to with the subject line “Full Paper – International Conference”.
6. All submissions should be sent in .doc/.docx format only.


Submission of Session Proposal: 30th April 2020
Acceptance of Session Proposal: 2-3 days of submission
Full Paper submission Deadline: 8th May 2020
Conference Date: 17th May 2020


Students and research scholars: 600 INR
For academicians and professional: 800 INR
For international participant: 30 USD
Mode of payment will be mailed to the participants after selection of their session proposal/Abstract.
Certificates will be awarded to all people including non-presenters but attendees.
Co-Authors have to register separately (Maximum of two coauthors are allowed).


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Convenor: Avi Vatsa
Co- Convenor: Mahak Rathee
Student Convenor: Aastha Chahal (Ph: +91-9953847915 )

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