In contemporary world, the idea of freedom is not limited to single aspect. The colours of freedom have been constantly spreading across the different frontiers of law. The primacy and essentiality of right to freedom has been appreciated quintessentially in various international as well as national documents. The role played by the judiciary has been instrumental in moulding the right particularly for those countries where the contours and contents were undefined. The struggles and the resistance of people to fight back violations of freedom defined contemporaneity of freedom of right discourses all over the world. The changing nature of the state and its apparatuses redefined the legal discourses in right to freedom. Thus , the convergence of different ideals has shaped and moulded the right to freedom which is still in an
In this context, the School of Indian Legal Thought is organising an International Conference on the topic ‘Evolving Jurisprudence of Freedom as a Right in the Modern Era’. This seminar seeks to provide a platform for sharing and exchanging ideas, thoughts, perspectives
stimulating an intellectual, revitalised and knowledge-based discussion of the theme.
SELECTED THEME FOR THE CONFERENCE
“EVOLVING JURISPRUDENCE OF FREEDOM AS A RIGHT IN THE MODERN ERA”
Jurisprudence of Right vs. Freedom
State – Whether a Protector or Destroyer of Freedom?
Democracy and Freedom
Freedom in Family System
Religion and Freedom
Women and Reproductive Choice
Freedom as a Right in the Digital Era
Privacy vs. Freedom
Freedom & Choice of Labour
Free Trade in Globalised World
Freedom of marginalized and disadvantageous
Freedom of minors
The participants shall submit their abstract on or before 25th June 2023 through the mail firstname.lastname@example.org. The abstract shall not exceed 300 words including 3-5 keywords.