Panel Discussion on Telling Feminism by Quest Socio-Legal Review [Sep 6, 1 PM]: Register Now!

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About the Quest Sociolegal Review

The Quest Socio-Legal Review is an initiative by law students. As the name of the blog suggests, it is a continuous search of new ideas, opinions and contributing towards an informed citizenry.

Taking the example of the Constitution of India, which in itself is an amalgamation of law with various other aspects of social sciences. The Quest Socio-legal Review is an effort to explore law and interdisciplinary approaches to law by drawing on insights from various disciplines- history, economics, and social sciences.

About the Event

The Quest Sociolegal Review is organizing a Panel Discussion on Telling Feminism through theory, experiences, and judgment writing in India in association with the Centre for Human Rights, Symbiosis Hyderabad, and Oxfam India.

The objective of the panel discussion is to understand the current feminist approach. The session is divided into three parts:

  1. Theory of Feminism
  2. Judgement Analysis
  3. Contemporary Issues

Date and time of the event: 6th September, Sunday 1 PM onwards.

Each and every registered attendee will get an E-certificate.

Speakers

  • Professor Aakash Singh Rathore: Author of the AAmbedkar’s Preamble
  • Ms. Flavia Ages: Advocate and Human Right Activist
  • Ms. Ranu Bhogal: Director of Oxfam India
  • Professor Jhuma Sen: Associate Professor at O.P Jindal Law School
  • Ms. Nabeela Siddqui: Research and Teaching Assistant at National Law University Jabalpur.

Contact Information

E-mail ID: [email protected]

For registration and full details of the Panel Discussion on Telling Feminism by Quest Socio-Legal Review, click here


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