Archive for July, 2014


Rationale: “On the contrary I feel that the entry of religious persons to lawyering profession will only add lusture to the profession. The profession needs selfless dedicated persons to take up the causes of the downtrodden and of environmental protection, without being concerned with the fee paid.” (K. Balakrishnan Nair, J. in Mary Tresa P.J. @ Sr. Teena Jose Cmc vs. Bar Council of Kerala). Thus religious lawyers have a greater role to play in the justice administration system. It implies that we cannot sit back anymore but need to respond to the call of justice with renewed commitment and solidarity. The purpose of this workshop is to provide a platform for religious lawyers in India for networking and to plan out effective strategies for legal practice in various courts in the country.

Programme Details:
This workshop is meant for all the Catholic Religious Lawyers in India (including those who have done and pursuing legal studies and who are in practice)

Dates December 13 – 15, 2014
No. of seats 40
Medium English
Contribution Rs. 1000/-
Venue ISI, Delhi

Objectives: The main objectives of the programme are:
•To discuss and study various recent laws and amendments concerning women, children and marginalized sections of the society.
•To familiarize oneself with court practices and procedures especially criminal law
•To share and plan out strategies for effective collaboration among religious lawyers.

Topics: The main topics covered will be:
•Sharing of pleasant and unpleasant experiences and struggles and challenges in practice
•Criminal procedure aspects especially how the criminal courts function and evidentiary aspects in law
•Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2013
•Some specific legislations including Sexual Harassment at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act 2013, National Food Security Act 2013, Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 and Labor Laws etc

Expected Outcome:

Recognition of legal ministry as a prophetic call in today’s world
Create a network of religious lawyers in India

Link : http://www.isidelhi.org.in/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=18:training-programmes-workshops-seminars-consultations-&catid=22:training-programmes–workshops&Itemid=4



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Rationale: This course is intended for meant for social activists, NGO staff, social workers and leaders who are working with grassroots level organizations. The purpose of this course is to train and form social activists as para-legals with a view to educating them about the rights and benefits to which the poor are entitled. The training also will empower the participants with knowledge on how to apply law in real life situations.

Programme Details:

Participants are especially chosen from NGOs, CBOs and individuals who are working for the upliftment of socially and economically disadvantaged sections of the society.

Objectives: The main objectives of the program

Dates November 2 – 8, 2014
No. of participants 30
Medium Hindi
Registration fee Rs. 500/- (non-refundable)
Board & lodge Rs. 2000/-
Venue ISI, Delhi

gramme are:
•Creating leadership among the social activists
•Imparting legal knowledge so that they could be empowered to defend their rights

Methodology: The training programme will be conducted by qualified and eminent persons in the field of law and legal practice. The emphasis is on imparting knowledge through discussion, case study, documentary films, interactions and meetings with advocates, social activists, and visits to National Human Rights Commission, Family Courts, Consumer Courts, and Parliament House etc.

Topics: This course will cover the following topics:
•The Constitution of India with special focus on Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy.
•Criminal and Civil Procedure laws including fair trial, rights of victim, practical aspects of filing and following up a case.
•Protection of Human Rights Act 1993, Child Labour Issues & Child Labour (Prohibition and Regulation) Act1986, SC/ST issues & Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989.
•Women & Family Laws: Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace and Complaints Mechanism and Women trafficking in particular, laws of marriage, divorce, maintenance and succession,
•In addition Labour laws, Food Security Act 2013, Maternity Benefit Act etc.

Expected Outcome:

In-depth understanding about Human Rights and Law

Link :http://www.isidelhi.org.in/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=18:training-programmes-workshops-seminars-consultations-&catid=22:training-programmes–workshops&Itemid=4


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This workshop is organized for Heads of Institutions, Managers, Correspondents, Principals and Educationists from all over India. The main focus of this workshop is to enlighten the participants regarding appointment of the Head of the Institution, appointment of teachers, procedure for disciplinary action, criteria for admission policy according to Supreme Court directions, fee structure, procedure for obtaining minority status certificate, advantages of obtaining minority status, reservation whether applicable to minority institutions, their right to exercise minority rights, etc.

Programme Details:
Participants are heads of the minority educational institutions from all over India.

October 25 – 28, 2014

No. of seats 70
Medium English
Registration fee Rs. 1000/- (non-refundable)
Course fee Rs. 5000/- (including board & lodge)
Venue ISI, Delhi

Objectives: The main objectives of the programme are:
•Creating leadership among the heads of Institutions, Principals and Educationists.
•Imparting legal knowledge so that they could be empowered to know their rights.

Topics Covered: The topics covered under this programme are:

Fundamental rights, Directive principles, right to education, minority institutions, procedure for disciplinary action, criteria for admission policy according to Supreme Court directions, fee structure, procedure for obtaining minority status certificate, advantages of obtaining minority status, reservation whether applicable to minority institutions, their right to exercise minority rights, etc.

Expected Outcome:
The people will be empowered to know their rights pertaining to minority institutions.

Link : http://www.isidelhi.org.in/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=18:training-programmes-workshops-seminars-consultations-&catid=22:training-programmes–workshops&Itemid=4


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International Conference on Community Empowerment, Coping, Resilience and Hope

by mahak rathee

14th to 16th December 2014
Hyderabad, India

Thematic areas of the conference include, but are not limited to: 
-Best practices in Community Organisation and Women Empowerment through Self Help; 
-Coping and Resilience perspectives in Public Health & Nutrition, Strength Based Practices in Health and Nutri- tion Promotion; 
-Strengths based Interventions in child protection and child safety, elementary education- from early schooling to tertiary initiatives;
-re-schooling, mainstreaming of child labour; 
-Conflict Resolution & Peace Building, empowering communities facing crisis and disasters, coping patterns in migration; 
-Resettlement & Rehabilitation- coping patterns and resilience factors in involuntary resettlement, resilience of refugees

Completed abstracts and papers should be sub- mitted bharath.sbp2014@gmail.com in Word files attached to e-mails. Abstracts to reach by 15 August, 2014

Link :http://www.conferencealerts.com/show-event?id=133975


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International Conference on Public Mental Health & Neurosciences (ICPMN-2014)

18th to 19th December 2014
Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Website: http://sarvasumana.in/Events/
Contact person: Preenon Bagchi

Sarvasumana Association in collaboration with Azyme Biosciences Pvt. Ltd. conducts International Conference of Public Mental Health and Neurosciences. Call for research/review papers in of Public Health, Mental Health, Biosciences, Neurosciences.

Organized by: Sarvasumana Association
Deadline for abstracts/proposals: 15th September 2014

Check the event website for more details.

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Findings and Educational Implications of Empirical Research in the Multi-Religious Context of Tamil Nadu


11th to 11th August 2014
TIRUPATTUR, VELLORE District, Tamil Nadu, India

Website: http://www.dswshc-humanrights.in
Contact person: Dr. J.Henry Rozario

Post Graduate & Research Department of Social Work, (www.dswshc.in), Sacred Heart College, (Autonomous) in collaboration with Salesian Pontifical University, Rome, is organizing an International Seminar theme ‘RELIGIONS, CONFLICTS & HUMAN RIGHTS

Organized by: P.G.& Research Dept. of Social Work

Check the event website for more details.

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Educational Leadership Conference 2014

1st to 1st August 2014
New Delhi, India

Website: http://edtechnext.com/educational-leadership-conference-delhi
Contact person: Divya Prakash

ELC will be a great time and place for you to meet dynamic educators in person to celebrate their achievements and learn their secrets. India’s Leading Educators To Learn From Meet the Practical Innovators Who Make Today’s Schools Run Better.

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