ISLR’s 1st Virtual Summer School on International Legal System in the Age of Pandemic [Aug 17-21]: Register by Aug 10

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About the Organizer

Indian Society for Legal Research (ISLR) is a rapidly growing community of niche academicians, thinkers, activists, lawyers, professors, legal volunteers, paralegals and legal entrepreneurs who stand apart from the rest of the community with their zeal for deep thinking, leadership skills, and dedication for bringing innovation to the legal field.

About the Summer School

The World has witnessed an unprecedented pandemic due to COVID-19. This is probably the first time that most of the countries around the world were forced to implement complete or partial lockdown for a shorter or longer period in order to prevent the spread of novel Coronavirus.

Soon after the lockdown was implemented, several media houses reported the increased cases of violence against women and children. India has witnessed one of the biggest internal migration of workers from cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai etc. Countries hosting a large number of refugees have been facing a structural problem of governance in preventing COVID-19 in refugee camps.

This first Virtual Summer Course, 2020 organised by Indian Society for Legal Research (ISRL) will endeavour to explore a range of issue on COVID-19 and International Legal System such as the responsibility of States, international trade, refugee crisis and migration problems.

This summer course will also explore the global practices and how different States have been maintaining law and order and protecting the human rights of its people during the lockdown. All the issue will be discussed with reference to the current situation of the pandemic.

Theme

International Legal System in the Age of Pandemic

Sub-themes

  • Preventing Violence Against Women & Children: National and Global Perspective.
  • International Migration and Refugee Law in Conflict Settings.
  • State Responsibility during a pandemic.
  • The legal value of decision making by WHO in the cases of a pandemic.
  • The effect of the pandemic on the execution of the international administrative contract.
  • Effect of COVID-19 on International Investment Law.
  • Exploring the responses of the global north and global south to COVID-19 from TWAIL perspective.
  • State response to the protection of human rights during a pandemic.

Eligibility

UG and PG students, researchers, academicians, and lawyers.

Methodology

Two online lectures of 60 minutes daily followed by questions and answers. Submission of offline assignment by participants at the end of the programme.

Fee Details

US & PG Students: Rs. 999/-

Others: Rs. 1499/-

The registration link of the summer school is here.

Payment of fee must be made only on receipt of confirmation Email from organizers.

Note: Limited Scholarships Available for Foreign Students.

Schedule

Date: 17th August 2020 to 21 August 2020

Timing: 1100-1300 hrs IST.

The Last date of registration: 10th August 2020

Contact Information

Avantika Banerjee: Co-Founder: ISLR

Email: [email protected]

Mobil Number: +91-8670403742

Important Links

The website link of ISLR is here.

The list of speakers for the summer school is here.

For the brochure of the summer school, click here.


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