GLC Mumbai organising a Three Days International Conference on the Theme: World Constitution: A New Horizon of Human Rights on 7th, 8th and 9th January, 2022.


Government Law College, Mumbai, established in 1855, has the distinction of being the oldest Law College in Asia, dating even prior to the University of Mumbai. It enjoys a pre-eminent reputation for excellence in the field of legal education with a seemingly endless list of eminent alumni like Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, Lokmanya Tilak, Justice M. C. Chagla, Sir Motilal Setalvad (first Attorney General of India), and several others who have adorned benches of the Supreme Court of India and the Bombay High Court. Having humbly begun as evening classes in a borrowed premises, this college that first lit the candle of legal education in India stands tall amongst all its contemporaries.

Recognizing the utmost need and urgency of having world order for establishing peace and harmony, United Nations, the Charter of 1945 and the blueprint of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights put forth the central idea of a World Constitution.
The need to address various issues including the protection of Human values and lives through the universal recognition and uniform practice of human rights pave the way for having one universal approach. GLC takes this opportunity to have a deliberation on the need of having the World Constitution. The present international conference is an attempt to focus on various components and parameters constituting the main framework of the World Constitution.
The objective of the International Conference is to encourage the participants to share their notions and ideas on the subject of the World Constitution and make their contributions in shaping the new world document benefitting the universal citizens irrespective of nationality and gender.


GLC invites research scholars, academicians, advocates, students, among others, to submit quality research papers.

Main Theme: World Constitution: A new Horizon of Human Rights
Session – I 

  • The Concept of Welfare State and World Constitution
  • World Constitution and challenges to National security and State sovereignty 
  • World Constitution: A step towards withering away state sovereignty and individuality 

Session – II 

  • World Constitution: A grim reality
  • Role of civilized states in the making of the World Constitution
  • World Constitution: A threat to Nation-State theory
  • World Constitution: Overcoming barriers of Nationalism and Individualism
  • Problems and Challenges on enforcement of World Constitution

Session – III 

  • World Constitution and future of Human Rights
  • The need of World Constitution in the wake of Liberalization, Privatization, Globalization and Protection of Human Rights

Session – IV 

  • Capitalism and World Constitution 
  • Communism and World Constitution 
  • The philosophy of Universalization of Mankind under the umbrella of World Constitution. 
  • World Constitution and the Continental Thrust in the light of Religious Ideologies and Practices. 

The listed themes are merely indicative. Any other topic may be covered within the ambit of the main theme.

Each applicant must submit the paper along with 5 keywords and an abstract not exceeding 300 words providing an overview of the proposed paper by e-mail to on or before 30th December, 2021.
The participants should register for the event through the following link: HERE

The participants are requested to join the Telegram Group using the following link: HERE

All Authors of the papers shall declare that the manuscript submitted does not infringe any copyright of any other person or persons and are requested to submit the undertaking of original work along with the papers.


Foreign Delegates: Rs 2,000/-
Academician/Advocate: Rs 1,000/-
Research Scholar: Rs 500/-
Students: Rs 200/- 

The payment can be made via NEFT/Google pay/Net banking by using the details: 
Name of Account – Principal, Government Law College, Mumbai 
Bank Name – Bank of India, Church gate, Mumbai-20 
Bank Account Number – 001020110000873 
IFSC Code – BKID0000010 

Last date to publish the paper and abstract: 30th December 2021
Last date to register and pay fees: 5th January 2022
Date of Conference: 7th, 8th, 9th January 2022


The main text should be in Time New Roman with font size 12 and line spacing of 1.5.
The endnotes should be in Times New Roman, font size 10 with a line spacing of 1.0 and a one-inch margin should be maintained on all four sides.
Citation style: Bluebook, 21st Edition.
The maximum length of the paper shall not exceed 3000 words.
The page limit for a single research paper is 6 pages.
Co-authorship is allowed up to 2 authors. 
All submissions are to be made in Microsoft word.
A certificate of participation will be provided to the participants and selected quality research papers will be published after peer-review in an ISBN E-Book.


For any further queries and information, you may contact:
Office: 02222041707
Ms. Krutika Tembhurnikar – Mobile No.: +91 92253 19166 

Mrs. Shaikh Nuzhat Afroz – Mobile No.: +91 84509 24541
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