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Call for Papers: International Gender Justice Conference on the occasion of International Women's Day, March 17

The Patel Law College, Bengaluru, Karnataka in collaboration with Aequitas Victoria Research Centre, Bihar as part of the celebration of International Women's Day is organizing International Conference (Hybrid) on the topic "Prospects and Challenges in Enforcing Gender Justice in the Contemporary New World Order: A Multidisciplinary Approach" at Patel Law College, Kariyammana Agrahara, Bellandur PO, Bengaluru, Karnataka-560103 on March 17.


As Ban Ki-moon stated, “Achieving gender equality requires the engagement of women and men, girls and boys. It is everyone’s responsibility.” Recognizing this responsibility, efforts by way of this Conference have been made to reconcile academic discussion in the process of theory building and analyzing the transformations that the concept of gender justice has undergone over the last few decades at the global level. The concept of gender justice ensures gender equality in all aspects related to human development within society. However, the parameters for ensuring gender justice and their significance in the contemporary phase of sustainable development have evolved through different phases and across different sections of ideologies. It has become of utmost importance to analyze such evolutionary and transforming developments to understand the different dimensions of gender-based ideologies to promote gender justice. Therefore, ways for addressing the conflicts between the divergent analogies of gender-based concepts and the gap that exists between policies aiming for gender equality and the achievement of their objective, in reality, are required to be identified. In addition, the diversity of cultural attributes across different societies has given different meanings to the concepts of gender and gender justice as a result of which a uniform understanding of such concepts becomes necessary for adopting a holistic and consolidated approach to counter the multidimensional issues of gender-based inequalities. Considering all these requirements, this Conference is expected to provide a platform for academic discussions on the various aspects of gender justice in the contemporary world.


  • Date of Release of Call for Papers: January 03, 2024

  • Last Date for Abstract Submission: March 01, 2024

  • Last Date of Submission of Full Paper: March 11, 2024

  • Date for Early Bird Registration: February 10, 2024

  • Last Date of Registration: March 13, 2024

  • Conference Date: March 17, 2024


All participants including Paper Presenters are required to register and Paper Presenters shall separately submit their papers through the submit button.

The Registration shall be through Google Form.

Payment Details

  • Students/Research Scholar  (Offline)– Rs. 500

  • Students/Research Scholar (Early Bird Registration)- Rs. 400

  • Students/Research Scholar (Online)– Rs. 300

  • Academicians/Practitioners (Offline)– Rs. 750

  • Academicians/Practitioners (Early Bird Registration)- Rs. 600

  • Academicians/Practitioners (Online)– Rs. 400

One can also avail On-spot Registrations (falling under any of the above categories) at the last moment. The Registration fees for the same will be  Rs. 1,000

Account Details:


  • ACCOUNT NO: 37031006945

  • IFSC CODE: SBIN0017040



Registration Here

Link for Submission:


The Conference is multidisciplinary.

The Judges, Advocates, Academicians irrespective of any discipline, Research Scholars, Students, or any other professionals who have done any research or any activities in the field of Gender Justice or Gender Studies can participate in this Conference.


  • All submitted Abstracts shall be published in a Book of Abstracts.

  • Suggestions and inputs from Experienced and Learned Panelists;

  • All the Paper Presenters shall be provided with a Certificate of Presentation

  • Selected papers shall be published in an Indexed ISSN Journal named Annual International Journal on Analysis of Contemporary Legal Affairs (AIJACLA), e-ISSN: 2583-1437, Volume 4, 2024, with no Article Processing Charges, and a Soft Copy of the Book shall be made available for free;

  • All participants will be provided with a participation certificate;


The Conference aims at achieving the following objectives:

  • The conference is intended to offer an opportunity to share insight with experts and participants from various sectors covering aspects related to Gender Justice.

  • To enhance new ideas that could help presenters advance their research and forge new professional relationships.


At the end of the conference, the following outcomes are expected to outline:

  • Acquaint with the current issues of justice delivery systems in the contemporary world.

  • Innovations and applications of advanced ideas for promoting gender justice.

  • Socio-economic benefits through strong and enforced gender justice protection measures.


  1. Gender justice or gender studies from a historical perspective;

  2. Theoretical understanding of gender justice in the contemporary era;

  3. Human rights and gender justice;

  4. Traditional and modern developments in the concept of feminism and patriarchy;

  5. Ecofeminism and its influence in modern literature;

  6. Constitutional measures for securing gender justice with a comparative analysis;

  7. Role of Civil Society, Non-Governmental Agencies, Intergovernmental agencies, and other institutions in promoting gender justice;

  8. Role of technology in transforming the concept of gender justice;

  9. Role of education or educational institutions in promoting gender justice;

  10. Promotion of gender justice for the marginalized sections of society including sex workers, bonded laborers, Differently-abled Persons, etc;

  11. International organizations and their role in addressing gender-based injustice in domestic affairs;

  12. Gender justice and humanitarian law;

  13. Social, Political, Economic, Cultural, and Environmental implications of gender justice;

  14. Literature and Feminism

  15. Shifts in the socio-cultural perspectives and ideologies of gender from the ancient to the modern era;

  16. Implications of Free Legal Aid and the role of Legal Service Authorities in securing gender justice;

  17. Gender justice for refugees, illegal immigrants, stateless etc;

  18. Gender justice in prison administration;

  19. Gender sensitization in the justice delivery system;

  20. Gender-based connotations and their reflections on the economic reforms and socio-welfare policies;

  21. Gender justice and sustainable development

All the above themes are not exhaustive. Participants are free to choose any other topic that falls within the domain of the main theme of the Conference.


  • The participants shall strictly adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Co-authorship for each paper is allowed for up to two authors;

  • No single author can submit more than one abstract;

  • The abstract shall be separately typed in, or pasted into the Google Form:

  • After acceptance of the abstract, the authors are required to register by paying the registration fees.

  • Note: A provision for Early Bird Registration has been provided.

  • After the process of registration is completed, final papers are to be submitted.

  • All submissions shall be made within the due date.


  • The research papers shall adhere to the following formatting guidelines:

  • The length of the paper shall not be less than 3,000 words and more than 5,000 words;

  • The paper shall have an abstract of a maximum of 250 words with four to six keywords;

  • The Heading of the paper shall be typed in Capital, Bold, Font Size 16, Times New Roman, Central Aligned;

  • The main body shall be in Times New Roman, Font Size 12, Line Spacing 1.5, Justified Aligned;

  • Sub-headings shall be in Bold but shall not be in the capital with Font Size 12, Line Spacing 1.5, Justified Aligned;

  • Sub-Sub Headings shall be in italics with Font Size 12, Line Spacing 1.5, Justified Aligned,

  • Sub-sub-sub-Headings shall be numbered with roman numerical;

  • Images shall be Central Aligned and with clarity and authorities shall be duly cited wherein case if images are self-created then such images shall be mentioned in the Footnote Section;

  • All charts and tables shall be center-aligned and the authorities shall be duly cited;

  • OSCOLA 4th Edition shall be used for citation and footnotes shall be in Times New Roman, Font Size 10, Justified aligned, and Single Line Spacing.

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