Note: The event date has been postponed to Sep 16 from the originally stated date of Sep 15.

The updated documents are as given below.

AIL Seminar Information

AIL Seminar Brochure

AIL Seminar Registration Form

*** Originally posted on Aug 9.***

ABOUT

Army Institute of Law, Mohali, will be hosting a One Day National Seminar on “Challenges to Human Security in 21st Century”.

DATE & TIME OF THE SEMINAR

September 15 , 2017 (9am – 4:30 pm)

OBJECTIVE

Human security – broadly defined by the United Nations as “the right of people to live in freedom and dignity, free from poverty and despair”.

The main objective behind organizing this seminar is to provide a new way of thinking about the range of 21st century challenges in regard to human security and how to respond to them.

The Seminar intends to focus on the challenges, strategies and reforms in providing people-centred approach as it is vital for ensuring sustainable development for all.

We at AIL, Mohali, are striving to provide a forum to speakers to come up with innovative and practical models, discuss challenges, latest developments and reformative solutions that can contribute further in the area of research.

We look forward to your ideas how the underlying principles of human security can be applied to the 21st century developmental agendas.

THEME AND SUB-THEMES

Theme: Challenges to Human Security in 21st Century

Sub-Themes

• Wars and Conflicts Of States

• Terrorism and Cyber Terrorism

• Human Security and Drug Abuse

• HIV AIDS and other Communicable Diseases

• Human security and natural disasters

• Poverty and Underdevelopment

• Public security politics management

• Agriculture and food security

• Intellectual Property Rights on Plant Genetic Resources & Sustainable Development

• Environmental Threats and Human security

• Soil and human security

• Any Other Relevant Sub-Theme

CALL FOR PAPERS

Papers are invited from the academicians, practitioners, researchers, scholars and students on the issues related to the above said themes.

Only one co-author shall be allowed.

The Institute also looks forward to publish the papers selected by the Committee in the form of an edited book with ISBN Number. Email shall be send to selected papers for complete uniform formatting and any update if any.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

• Abstract and Full Paper

An abstract of 250 – 300 words accompanied by details of the author containing his/her email ID, contact number and postal address should be sent.

The Paper should not be of more than 5000 words.

Mention of the sub-theme is mandatory.

Only one co-author shall be allowed.

It must be typed in Times New Roman Font Size 12 on A4 size paper with 1.5” margin on all sides with 1.5 line spacing using MS Word. A uniform system of citation must be strictly adhered to while submitting the abstracts and full paper.

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

All the abstracts and full length papers shall be sent to [email protected]

REGISTRATION FEE

Students/ Research Scholars – Rs. 1000/-

Academicians/ Practitioners – Rs. 1,500/-

Only one co-author shall be allowed

In case of co-authored papers, each author will have to pay the registration fee amount individually/independently.

Registration fees must be sent via demand draft in the name of Army Institute of

Law payable at SAS Nagar Mohali/Chandigarh.

REGISTRATION FORM

Click HERE.

IMPORTANT DATES

Last date of submission of abstract: August 25, 2017

Date of intimation in of acceptance of abstract on or before: August 28 , 2017

Last date for submission of full paper along with registration form and fee: September 2, 2017

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Seminar Director: Dr. Tejinder Kaur, Offg. Principal, Army Institute of Law, Mohali

Mob. 9872651240

Seminar Coordinator: Dr. Puja Jaiswal, Asst. Professor, Army Institute of Law, Mohali

Mob: 09416932267,

Email: [email protected]

Student Coordinators:

Ms. Navneet Dhanjal: 9780817943

Mr. Vaibhav Lutiyan: 7529839664

For further details, click HERE.

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