First published on 4th July, 2017.
The world has seen an extraordinary proliferation of Human Rights in the 21st century. This brought into being the possibility that states could no longer take a refuge of sovereignty for violations committed against individuals.
The transformative potential of Human Rights is based on the assumption that the civilized world has moved forward in recognition of inherent rights of man. However the challenges for upholding these rights in the contemporary world is enormous.
As the study of human rights constitutes an integral part of law school curriculum, we call upon students and scholars to research and reflect upon the critical issues and challenges which lie in the implementation of human rights.
The Competition is open to students pursuing LL.B (3 year and 5 year)/LL.M courses from any recognized university across the country.
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