The Human Rights, Family & Gender Think Tank Programme have invited Masters’ and PhD students researching on the theme of the Programme to present their work for 15 minutes. Our selected speakers will share one hour to present their work and respond to questions and comments from others that attend.
Shivani Dutta, The Rights Issue in the Borders of Assam and Bangladesh
Shivani is currently pursuing her doctoral studies from National Law School of India University, Bengaluru and is working as an Assistant Professor (Law) at IFIM Law School, Bengaluru. She has six years of teaching experience. Her areas of interests are human rights, consumer rights and family law.
Akanshi Vidyarthi, Childbirth, Gender and Caste in Colonial Awadh, 1885-1947
Akanshi is pursuing PhD at Centre for Historical Studies (CHS), Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. She did her MPhil from CHS, JNU. Her areas of research are medical history, reproductive health and education in colonial India.
Tripti Bhushan, Overview of International Law: Analysis of Women's Human Rights and their Violations in India’
Tripti is serving as a Teaching & Research for Intellectual Pursuit (TRIP) Fellow & Academic Tutor at O. P Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, India. She has also worked as an Assistant Professor at Kalinga University, Raipur. She is the recipient of International Award as Emerging Scientist in field of law & completed her LL.M in IPR from Hidayatullah National Law University & B.A.LL.B. (Honours.) from Amity Law School Lucknow.
Assad Burki, Money Laundering Abuses Human Rights
Assad is doing PhD in money laundering in terror financing at Swansea University, UK.
The Think Tank Programme on Human Rights, Family and Gender seeks to highlight the complexities of Human Rights from interdisciplinary perspectives that recognise the interconnectivity of global issues surrounding family and gender. The discourse on Human Rights is continuously being redefined as a result of diverse geographies, vocabularies, cultural, social and historical contestations. Our programme aims to act as a platform to highlight key challenges faced in the implementation of human rights globally, in particular as they impact and intersect with issues of gender and family. Our goal is to provide policy recommendations based on our common research interests and global network.
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