The International Law and Policy Society of NLUO was founded to provide a platform for intellectual discourse on contemporary challenges of international law through research, publishing, seminars, conferences, initiatives, and involvement. This society focuses on public international law and international affairs. Scholars, universities, policymakers, think tanks, legal firms, and intergovernmental organisations are among the groups the society hopes to work with.
The Human Rights Law Network is a section of the Socio-Legal Information Centre (SLIC), a registered society and trust that was founded to engage with coalitions and social movements in India to provide free legal aid and legal literacy programmes.
This coalition is made up of NGOs, social movements, academics, students, activists, researchers, judges, and lawyers from 24 Indian states who are committed to using the legal system to enhance human rights, combat violations, and ensure that everyone has access to justice.
The Webinar Series: From October 16 to October 31, 2021, ILPS, in partnership with the Human Rights Law Network, will host a Webinar Series on “Contemporary Developments in Human Rights.”
The Webinar Series was created in order to increase awareness about human rights issues during and after the pandemic. The Series seeks to cover most of the current developments in the spheres of social security, gender justice, and women’s rights in the country over the course of six lectures, with a specific focus on cases of violation and non-implementation of existing Human Rights Laws.
Date of Starting: October 16, 2021
Date of Conclusion: October 31, 2021
Timings are tentative: every weekend from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
Available certifications include: Students can also take a certification exam, after which they will be given certificates if they pass.
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