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Hi There! 
 
Greetings from The Law Brigade Publishers!
 
We would like to inform you that we are coming up with the Google Scholar Indexed “Journal of Legal Studies and Research” (Vol. 5 Issue 4) in the month of August 2019. We have attached the Call For Paper Notification in this email. 
 
We would humbly request you to upload the Call For Paper Notification on your website. 
 
Detailed Submission Guidelines – http://bit.ly/JLSRcol
Google Scholar Link – http://bit.ly/JLSRscholar
Submission Deadline – July 31, 2019
Journal Release – August 16, 2019
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पिछली अधसदी और खासकर बीते तीन दशकों में सामजिकताओं के अनेककुछ प्रत्याशित और कुछ सर्वथा अप्रत्याशितसंस्करणों का जन्म और विकास भारत में हुआ है। इस दौर नेआदिवासी और दलित चेतना का उद्भव देखा है तो मध्य वर्ग का अपूर्व विस्तार और विराट स्वप्नभी।  हिन्दू सांस्कृतिक राष्ट्र का पुनर्विन्यास नेहरू युग के अवसान की घोषणा और गाँधी औरअंबेडकर को हासिल करने के प्रयास के साथ घटित होता है।  इन सामाजिकताओं के तनाव और उत्सव, विफलताओं और कुंठाओं, उल्लास और ऊर्जा से निर्मित होता यह भारत अपनी नियति से एक नवीन साक्षात्कार की दहलीज़ पर है। 
भारतीय उच्च अध्ययन संस्थानशिमलाकी पत्रिका चेतना‘ का आगामी अंक आकांक्षाओं और अंतर्विरोधों में रंगी इन सामाजिकताओं और इनके हाशियों पर केंद्रित है।  इस विषय पर 31 दिसम्बर 2019 तक निबंधों का स्वागत है:   
आशुतोष भारद्वाज (abharwdaj@gmail.com), 
राजेश कुमार (rajbhasha@iias.ac.in)

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In an ideal democracy, the State mechanism is designed to determine the problem areas for its people and resolve them through necessary policy action. People and their well being is thus at the core of an exemplary public policy mechanism, which is why proactive mass action can determine the fate of the policies that the State sets out to formulate. It is hence crucial that people demand policies on existing realities that require urgent attention of the State because unless such issues garner public attention, the State can’t recognise their expanse at a scale that deserves carefully crafted policies.

At LexQuest, we believe that in the world’s largest democracy, effective public participation can turn our policy making into a transparent, accountable and smooth process where the government can acknowledge issues that the people heed and demand to be resolved.

But how can people learn enough about issues that deserve attention? How can mass action and effective public participation be ensured? How can civilians come together to determine policy actions?

Through LexQuest Foundation’s new initiative- Civic Architects: The Policy Generation Group, we promise to answer all your questions as we invite you for comprehensive sessions which will:

  • Educate you about issues that need your attention.
  • Enable you to think of policy solutions to deal with the menace such issues cause.
  • Initiate you into the space of effective mass action.

Civic Architects will thus bring together civilians who will architect policy solutions to assist, aid and accentuate the necessary course of action required on issues that remain unnoticed even as they lurk on the fringes jeopardising the well being of many of our people. We call upon all those of you who intend to make a difference by changing the discourse of public participation and demystifying the idea of active citizenry.

 

Call For Action: Right to Menstrual Health

 

As soon as women attain the age of puberty, their bodies buck up for an ever evolving phase of the reproductive cycle. The biology behind menstruation isn’t that simple to explain, as different women face different symptoms, conditions and problems related to their monthly menstrual cycles. What remains uniform though, is the fact of bleeding every month and undergoing several physical, psychological and physiological changes of the most unavoidable and inconvenient (to say the least) kind, every single month.

 

While in nature, all females of the mammal class undergo menstruation, human beings make it worse for their females in how they treat, receive and perceive menstruation and menstruating women in the society.

 

India is a country where attaining puberty calls for ceremonies celebrating fertility (in certain regions) but the routine affair of bleeding renders the woman impure, the act filthy and the subject embarrassing enough to acknowledge or talk about. There is enough literature on how menstruation is a taboo in India, and how that fact adversely affects women’s health in the country, but what has escaped our attention is how there are no policies in place to support this process.

 

Why aren’t sanitary pads easily accessible and affordable? Why is ensuring healthy menstrual cycles by establishing period friendly public spaces not a part of any government’s agenda? What does creating a period friendly space entail? Why is menstrual health not a part of reproductive rights? Why is the insensitivity rooted in unreasonable taboos around menstruation still widely prevalent? Is it only a woman’s problem and not the society’s? Do women need to miss their schools, colleges and offices when on their periods? Why isn’t “Period Leave” an option that all women can avail? Why should women made to feel guilty or embarrassed about their period? Is the inconvenience of menstruation about gender discrimination and patriarchy? Is demanding the Right to Menstrual Health an “over-sensitive feminist fantasy” or a basic Human Rights issue, in need of immediate attention?

 

These are some of the questions that we shall seek answers and policy solutions to, at the next chapter of Civic Architects: The Policy Generation Group. As we believe that every little act of sensitisation starts with acknowledgement of an existing reality as a problem, we intend to initiate a conversation that effectively addresses the lack of sensitivity and liberty that we as a  society, a culture and most importantly a democracy subject our menstruating women to.

 

Join us, as we enable acknowledgment, awareness and revelations surrounding menstrual health by putting an entire gamut of issues under a scanner, before we set out to demand and devise the much needed policies for the Right to Menstrual Health in India.

 

Deadline for Application: 23rd October, 2018

 

Event Date: 28th October, 2018

 

Takeaways:

  • Engage with civil society entrepreneurs, government personnel, grassroot workers and lawyers.
  • Elaborate discourse on issues that need urgent attention for empowered action from your end.
  • Knowledge dispensation through interactive pedagogical methodology.
  • Socratic Group Discussions for effective reflections.
  • Device efficacious policy solutions which will be collated and sent to the Government.
  • The Top 3 Civic Architects will get to work with us closely, on formulating and compiling the Policy Recommendations to be sent to the relevant Ministry. Their names will also be included in the Working Document.
  • Each participant will be eligible to receive a Certificate of Participation.
  • Each participant will be eligible to receive a Concession in Fees and First Preference for our successive events.

 

Fees: Rs 800 per Participant. [This is inclusive of Registration, Certificate, Architect’s Kit and Snacks].

 

Venue: Vasant Kunj, New Delhi

 

Method of Selection: Fill this form to be considered for selection. As the seat intake is limited, we will follow the ‘first come, first serve’ approach.

 

Contact Details:

Email ID: events.lexquest@gmail.com

Contact Numbers: +91-8448922751 | +91-7042068202 | +91-9929451140

 

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In an ideal democracy, the State mechanism is designed to determine the problem areas for its people and resolve them through necessary policy action. People and their well being is thus at the core of an exemplary public policy mechanism, which is why proactive mass action can determine the fate of the policies that the State sets out to formulate. It is hence crucial that people demand policies on existing realities that require urgent attention of the State because unless such issues garner public attention, the State can’t recognise their expanse at a scale that deserves carefully crafted policies.

At LexQuest, we believe that in the world’s largest democracy, effective public participation can turn our policy making into a transparent, accountable and smooth process where the government can acknowledge issues that the people heed and demand to be resolved.

But how can people learn enough about issues that deserve attention? How can mass action and effective public participation be ensured? How can civilians come together to determine policy actions?

Through LexQuest Foundation’s new initiative- Civic Architects: The Policy Generation Group, we promise to answer all your questions as we invite you for comprehensive sessions which will:

  • Educate you about issues that need your attention.
  • Enable you to think of policy solutions to deal with the menace such issues cause.
  • Initiate you into the space of effective mass action.

Civic Architects will thus bring together civilians who will architect policy solutions to assist, aid and accentuate the necessary course of action required on issues that remain unnoticed even as they lurk on the fringes jeopardising the well being of many of our people. We call upon all those of you who intend to make a difference by changing the discourse of public participation and demystifying the idea of active citizenry.

 

Call For Action: Right to Menstrual Health

 

As soon as women attain the age of puberty, their bodies buck up for an ever evolving phase of the reproductive cycle. The biology behind menstruation isn’t that simple to explain, as different women face different symptoms, conditions and problems related to their monthly menstrual cycles. What remains uniform though, is the fact of bleeding every month and undergoing several physical, psychological and physiological changes of the most unavoidable and inconvenient (to say the least) kind, every single month.

 

While in nature, all females of the mammal class undergo menstruation, human beings make it worse for their females in how they treat, receive and perceive menstruation and menstruating women in the society.

 

India is a country where attaining puberty calls for ceremonies celebrating fertility (in certain regions) but the routine affair of bleeding renders the woman impure, the act filthy and the subject embarrassing enough to acknowledge or talk about. There is enough literature on how menstruation is a taboo in India, and how that fact adversely affects women’s health in the country, but what has escaped our attention is how there are no policies in place to support this process.

 

Why aren’t sanitary pads easily accessible and affordable? Why is ensuring healthy menstrual cycles by establishing period friendly public spaces not a part of any government’s agenda? What does creating a period friendly space entail? Why is menstrual health not a part of reproductive rights? Why is the insensitivity rooted in unreasonable taboos around menstruation still widely prevalent? Is it only a woman’s problem and not the society’s? Do women need to miss their schools, colleges and offices when on their periods? Why isn’t “Period Leave” an option that all women can avail? Why should women made to feel guilty or embarrassed about their period? Is the inconvenience of menstruation about gender discrimination and patriarchy? Is demanding the Right to Menstrual Health an “over-sensitive feminist fantasy” or a basic Human Rights issue, in need of immediate attention?

 

These are some of the questions that we shall seek answers and policy solutions to, at the next chapter of Civic Architects: The Policy Generation Group. As we believe that every little act of sensitisation starts with acknowledgement of an existing reality as a problem, we intend to initiate a conversation that effectively addresses the lack of sensitivity and liberty that we as a  society, a culture and most importantly a democracy subject our menstruating women to.

 

Join us, as we enable acknowledgment, awareness and revelations surrounding menstrual health by putting an entire gamut of issues under a scanner, before we set out to demand and devise the much needed policies for the Right to Menstrual Health in India.

 

Deadline for Application: 23rd October, 2018

 

Event Date: 28th October, 2018

 

Takeaways:

  • Engage with civil society entrepreneurs, government personnel, grassroot workers and lawyers.
  • Elaborate discourse on issues that need urgent attention for empowered action from your end.
  • Knowledge dispensation through interactive pedagogical methodology.
  • Socratic Group Discussions for effective reflections.
  • Device efficacious policy solutions which will be collated and sent to the Government.
  • The Top 3 Civic Architects will get to work with us closely, on formulating and compiling the Policy Recommendations to be sent to the relevant Ministry. Their names will also be included in the Working Document.
  • Each participant will be eligible to receive a Certificate of Participation.
  • Each participant will be eligible to receive a Concession in Fees and First Preference for our successive events.

 

Fees: Rs 800 per Participant. [This is inclusive of Registration, Certificate, Architect’s Kit and Snacks].

 

Venue: Vasant Kunj, New Delhi

 

Method of Selection: Fill this form to be considered for selection. As the seat intake is limited, we will follow the ‘first come, first serve’ approach.

 

Contact Details:

Email ID: events.lexquest@gmail.com

Contact Numbers: +91-8448922751 | +91-7042068202 | +91-9929451140

 

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CALL FOR PAPERS

JOURNAL OF LEGAL STUDIES AND RESEARCH

VOLUME 4 ISSUE 5 – OCTOBER 2018

Journal of Legal Studies and Research [JLSR] is delighted to announce a call for papers for its Volume 4 Issue 5, which will focus on contemporary issues of law in the field of Contemporary Law (National & International).

SUBMISSION ARE INVITED IN FORM OF

  1. 1. Articles
  2. 2. Research Work/ Academic Projects
  3. 3. Case Comments/ Case Analysis
  4. 4. Case Review
  5. 5. Book Review
  6. 6. Translations
  7. 7. Essay
  8. 8. Short Notes
  9. 9. Critiques

GUIDELINES

  • • Authors should not mention their name or any kind of identification mark in the manuscript. Any manuscript found to have any details of authors shall be rejected upfrontly. 
  • • Article shall be of 2500-10000 words, book reviews: 1000-1500 words, short comment: 1000-1500 words.
  • • All submissions have to be made in MS Word format with Font size 12 and 1.5 line space.
  • • Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of 3 Authors. 3 separate certificates will be provided to each author. 
  • • The piece should not be overly technical, but practical and engaging.
  • • Papers must be written solely by the candidate, in English, and may not have been submitted for publication elsewhere.
  • • All the claims of the authors, in the body of the manuscript, are expected to be backed by reasons along with proper citations [any uniform citation will do] and shall not be merely an assertion.
  • • Submission should also mandatorily include the author’s view, in the conclusion, taking into considerations the aspects/contentions discussed throughout the manuscript.
  • • Plagiarism is strictly prohibited and shall lead to immediate rejection.

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

  • The deadline for submissions is 11:59 PM Indian Standard Time on October 5, 2018
  • • Authors should send their papers using the “Submit Article” link on the website i.e. www.jlsr.thelawbrigade.com   
  • • For any queries, contact us using the link on the website. 

THE REVIEW PROCESS & OTHER INFORMATION:-

  • • It is the author’s responsibility to ensure that all references and citations are correct, and the submissions do not contain any material that infringes copyright or is defamatory, obscene or otherwise unlawful or litigious.
  • • The copyright of the manuscript will vest with The Law Brigade Group. Due accreditation will be given to the authors.
  • • For the purpose of anonymity, the author/s shall not disclose their identities anywhere in the body of the manuscript.
  • • The submissions will undergo a double blind peer-review process.
  • • The Editorial Board reserves the right for modification of the manuscript to maintain the standard and quality of the submission. The board will notify its decision and other relevant information through email.

PUBLICATION FEES [TO BE PAID AFTER THE PAPER IS ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION]

The author/s are expected to deposit publication fee, once the research paper is accepted for publication. The mode of payment will be intimated to the author/s via email.

Single Author Rs. 1200 [30 USD for International author]
Co-Authorship for 2 Authors Rs. 1600 [40 USD for International author]
Co-Authorship for 3 Authors Rs. 2100 [51 USD for International author]

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission Deadline: Oct 5, 2018

Intimation of Acceptance: Oct 10, 2018

Date of Publication of Volume 4 Issue 5: Oct 20, 2018

Websitewww.jlsr.thelawbrigade.com 

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Call for papers/chapters/ book reviews for Edited Book (with ISBN)  “Understanding Sri Aurobindo: Rethinking Indian Thought in 21st Century ”
Department/Institute: “Think and Transform”- a new blog (coming soon)
Contact person with Address: Email: thinkandtransform18@gmail.com
Website: Coming soon
new-call for Edited Book (with ISBN) new

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CALL FOR PAPERS

International Journal of Legal Insight (IJLI) (ISSN: 2456-3595)

IJLI is a blind peer reviewed quarterly publication which focuses on all aspects of Law and a multiple variety of disciplines ranging from Articles, Notes & Comments and Legislative Briefs on contemporary issues related to the fields of economics, social and legal sciences from Students, Research Scholars, Academicians and other Professionals to all other types and forms of academic writings. IJLI takes pride to announce that we are the first online law journal in India which has been indexed in 13 internationally recognized indexing platforms which let your manuscripts to be indexed and accessed globally. We believe that authors deserve the best output for their hard-work and therefore they must gain the value of their publication that they deserve. IJLI has a high impact factor of 1.6. IJLI is delighted to announce its upcoming issue, Issue 1 of Volume II which is to be published in April, 2018. Manuscripts should be submitted via e-mail to the Editor-in-Chief of IJLI at editor@ijli.in latest by March 30, 2018.

CONTRIBUTION GUIDELINES Author(s) may submit under any of the following categories: 1. Articles (4000 to 6000 words) – An article must completely analyse the issue that the author seeks to highlight. We intend to incorporate critical analysis and original assertions on the said issue. 2. Notes (2500 to 4000 words) – A note should include condensed study in the contemporary legal issue. The nature of the writing should preferably include descriptive analysis and informed comments on any new ideas and perspectives. 3. Case Commentaries (1000 to 3000 words) – A Case comment should include interpretation of any landmark judicial pronouncement in any contemporary legal issue. 4. Legislative Briefs (1000 to 2500 words) – A Legislative brief seek to determine the implication of any existing or proposed Indian legislation (both Central/State). One can also focus on any specific section/s or present an overview of the legislation. All the word limits mentioned above are inclusive of footnotes. Please note that the word limits will be strictly enforced.

Manuscript Guidelines 1. All manuscript must be accompanied by an abstract not exceeding 200 words explaining the aim and object of the manuscript. The abstract should contain a minimum of three keywords arranged alphabetically. 2. The body of the manuscript should be in Times New Roman, Font Size 12 and in 1.5 line spacing. 3. The text should be justified and a margin of 2.54 centimetres shall be left on all sides of the paper. 4. The footnotes should be in Times New Roman, Font Size 10 and in single line spacing. End notes are not to be used. 5. The Harvard Bluebook, 19th edition is the style which is to be strictly adhered to for citations. 6. Submissions must be made in the MS Word (.doc/.docx) format. 7. Co-authorship is permissible up to a maximum of two authors and two separate certificates shall be issued. 8. Submissions must be made via e-mail to Editor-in-Chief of IJLI at editor@ijli.in 9. The subject of the e-mail should be “Submission_Articles/Notes/Case Commentaries/ Legislative Briefs.” 10. The submission shall also contain a separate Cover Letter as an attachment enumerating the following details:  Submission Category – (Example: Articles/Notes/Case Commentaries/Legislative Briefs).  Title of the Manuscript.  Name of the Author(s).  Name of the Institution.  E-mail Address.  Postal Address.  Contact Number. 11. The submissions will undergo a blind peer-review process, therefore the author(s) shall not disclose their identities anywhere in the body of the manuscript. 12. All manuscripts submitted will be checked for plagiarism. The author(s) are strictly expected to acknowledge the references made use of. 13. The manuscript must be an original and unpublished work. The author(s) must also confirm that the manuscript is not being considered for publication elsewhere. 14. The Editorial Board holds the power to disqualify any author(s) work which is in non-compliance to these guidelines and also retains complete discretion over acceptance/rejection of manuscripts. Theme While there are no rigid thematic constraints, we expect contributions to be largely within the rubric of legal studies and allied interdisciplinary scholarship. Pre-Publishing Formalities The author(s) are kindly expected to submit a scanned copy of the Copyright Agreement Form, Processing and Publication Fee, once the manuscript is accepted for publication. For the convenience of the author(s) we offer a payment gateway of INSTAMOJO on the website itself and author(s) can also use Paytm wallet transfer. Apart from this the author(s) interested in alternate payment methods would be notified via e-mail regarding the payment option. Single Authored Manuscript – INR 1300 Co-Authored Manuscript – INR 1800 The fee includes e-copy of the journal issue on their e-mail id and a Certificate of Publication to the author(s) through speed post/courier. The interested author(s) can also procure a printed copy of the journal by an additional payment of INR 600. For Foreign Nationals Single Authored Manuscript – USD 60 Co-Authored Manuscript – USD 90 The fee includes e-copy of the journal issue on their e-mail id and a Certificate of Publication to the author(s) through speed post/courier. The interested author(s) can also procure a printed copy of the journal by an additional payment of USD 80.

HELP DESK For any further queries feel free to:  E-mail us at: support@ijli.in  Or Contact us at:  Aman Aditya – (+91) 9958907715 / 9643226762  Website: http://www.ijli.in  Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ijli.in

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