In the spirit of Vijay Dashmi, symbolizing the victory of good over evil, the Center for Child Rights (CCR), is embarking on a new blog series that addresses juvenile justice.
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About the Opportunity
There goal is to shed light on the issues surrounding child abuse and provide solutions, including legislative amendments and critiques of court judgments.
They are inviting submissions from research scholars, academicians, and students from diverse fields who share our empathy and passion for this cause to contribute to the series.
Sub Themes for Blog Submission
- Child Pornography: Legal Implications and Safeguards
- Digital Rape: A Critical Examination within Legal Frameworks
- Child as a Ground for Divorce in Matrimonial Disputes: A Comprehensive Legal Analysis
- Children as Parents’ Property: Legal Perspectives and Contemporary Discourse
- Corporal Punishment for Children: Legal Aspects and Ethical Concerns
- Rights of Queer Children: A Jurisprudential Exploration
- Implementation & Infringement of the Right to Education: A Reality Check
- Child Beggary: A Socio-Legal Perspective
- Aaganwadis as Constitutional Obligation: Evaluating Legal Frameworks
- Child Rights Gram Sabhas: A Status Report on Implementation and Challenges
- Fee Defaulters and Right to Education: The Imperative for Stringent Legislation
- Legality of Employing Children Below 14 years as Priests in Temples & Govindas during Festivals: Legal Scrutiny and Societal Impact
Note: The sub-themes are merely suggestive, and the authors are free to choose any relevant field of study under the umbrella of juvenile justice.
- Explore contemporary Juvenile Justice Law.
- Formats: Articles, opinions, case comments, short notes, and critiques.
- Length: 1000-2500 words.
- Originality is key: no simultaneous submissions or extensive plagiarism.
- AI-generated content will be summarily rejected.
- Co-authorship (max 2 authors).
- Formatting Guidelines: Times New Roman, font size 12, line spacing 1.5.
- Use hyperlinks within the text for citations. For offline sources or sources behind a paywall, use Bluebook 20th Edition format for endnotes.
- Share your LinkedIn handle for social media acknowledgements.
- The centre is accepting submissions on Rolling basis via our Google Form: Click Here to Submit!
- 3-4 weeks for review and notification.
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