Call for Chapters: Edited Book on Crimes Against Children in India by Thomson Reuters: Submit by Aug 20

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About the Organisation

Thomson Reuters history in India dates back to 1851 with the office set up in Mumbai. The business has grown steadily over the years, with offerings in Financial, Risk, Corporate Enterprise, Government, and Legal, and most recently the addition of the Tax & Accounting business. Thomson Reuters offers comprehensive legal resources for a wide range of topics, including law books and software applications.

About the Book

Crime against a child is not an offense against an individual only but against the whole society. This Book will take stock of the current context and aims to bring greater clarity as to how children are victims and vulnerable to various crimes in India. This book will assess the administration of the Juvenile Justice System in India.

This Book will also focus that children have a right to respect for their evolving capacities and that respecting this right would re-direct the criminal justice system towards a normative framework better equipped to accommodate the realities of childhood; one which contains a clear foregrounding of the child’s experiences and the reality of their daily lives and in which the child’s experience of powerlessness and vulnerability is embedded throughout.

Title of the Book: “Crimes against Children in India: Preventive and Protective Laws”.

About the Authors

  • Dr. Govind Singh Rajpurohit, Head & Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.
  • Mr. Abhimanyu Singh, Research Scholar, Faculty of Law, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.


Chapter 1: Child Rights and International Framework

  • Provisions contained in the international law for the welfare and prevention of crimes against a child.
  • The U.N. Covenants/Conventions/Declarations on Children.
  • Conventions, declarations, guidelines of the League of Nations, the United Nations, WHO, UNESCO, OHCHR, UNICEF, etc.
  • Regional Conventions entered into by the African, European Union, American, Arab, Council of Europe, European Union, SAARC and ASEAN.
  • The U.N. Specialized Agencies on Protection and Welfare of Children.

Chapter 2: Crimes against children in India: Protective and Preventive Laws

  • Welfare provisions for children under the constitution and national policies of India.
  • Fundamental Rights and Children.
  • The Directive Principles of the State Policy and Children.
  • Schedules of the Constitution and Provisions Relating to Children.
  • Welfare of Children under National Policies of India.
  • Crimes against children which are punishable under the IPC.

Chapter 3: Protection and Welfare of a child under Special and Local Laws

  • Crime against children punishable under ‘special and local laws’.
  • Special Laws Defining and Preventing Crimes against Children.

Chapter 4: Role of Governmental and Non- Governmental Organization in Protecting the Rights of the children

Notifications, advisories, codes, reports, bills, guidelines, and recommendations issued by the governmental and non-governmental organizations for welfare and protection of rights of the child in India.

Chapter 5: Judicial and administrative approach for children in India

  • Role of judiciary and administration towards the welfare and prevention of children in India.
  • Role of Supreme Court of India and respective High Courts through their innovative judgments regarding the protection and welfare of children.
  • Aspects related to the administration of justice for the protection and welfare of the children in India.


Research Scholars, Academicians (not below the rank of Assistant Professor), Judges, Advocates, Policymakers, NGOs, Social Workers, etc. can send their entries.


  • Co-Authorship is allowed. However, there can be a maximum of three co-authors in one chapter.
  • The title of the chapter should be appropriate and relevant to the topic.
  • The paper shall be ORIGINAL and UNPUBLISHED. Any plagiarized work will be out-rightly rejected. The paper should not be the repetition of any published work.
  • The word limit should be between 4000-10,000 words including footnotes.
  • Every research paper should be accompanied by an abstract of 200 to 300 words. The abstract should mention the novelty of the idea which the author wishes to put forth. It should also mention the outcome of the research paper.
  • The submission should be accompanied with a covering letter specifying the author’s name, designation, institution, contact number, and e-mail ID.
  • Citation Format: Please use footnotes rather than endnotes. Footnotes should conform to ILI Style.
  • The body of the paper shall be in Times New Roman, font size 12, 1.5 line spacing. Footnotes should be in Times New Roman, size 10 single line spacing.
  • A margin of 4 centimeters shall be left on all sides of the paper.
  • Page borders, headers, footers shall not be used.
  • The paper shall be in MS Word Format.
  • Copyright: The contributions presented to and accepted for publication and the copyrights therein shall be the intellectual property of the publisher.
  • All entries will be reviewed by the editors before publication.


Entries may be emailed to [email protected], under the subject heading “Submission of Chapter for the Book”.


Contributors are requested to submit the full paper explaining the topic, methodology, and objectives of the writing on or before 20th August 2020.


Mr. Abhimanyu Singh

E-mail ID: [email protected]

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