About the Organisation
The Centre for Advanced Studies in Human Rights (‘CASIHR’) is a research centre under the aegis of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab (‘RGNUL’). The Centre’s primary objective is to undertake, support and promote advanced study and interdisciplinary research on the emerging trends in human rights and its allied fields.
The CASIHR stating its aims and objectives posits–
“In full recognition of the complex national and international issues involved, the CASIHR intends to approach any study and research from a multi-level and multi-actor perspective. Besides such studies and independent applied research, it ambitiously aims-
The Human Rights Blog is an egalitarian space welcoming original contributions involving critical interdisciplinary research on human rights developments across the world. It aims to initiate and promote dialogue, discussion and discourse between various actors and stakeholders in the field of human rights. It intends to provide an accessible forum for timely, relevant, well-researched, and edited scholarly articles. It is based on a contributor-based model.
The Human Rights Blog seeks submission on a rolling basis on contemporary human rights issues. Under exceptional circumstances, the editorial board may accept pieces which revisit important issues which may have gone dormant, if they provide a unique and novel perspective or have renewed scope for discussion. The contributions must include niche, high-quality interdisciplinary and legal analysis of human rights issues, case laws, legislation and policy making, and activism. High quality and adherence to guidelines are necessary requirements for acceptance.
WORD LIMIT-800 TO 1200 words
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For submission guidelines and more details visit official website.
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