Resolving Contemporary Issues

ABOUT THE EVENT: The Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University, is organising a Three days International Seminar On “Exploring The Role Of International Institutions In Resolving Contemporary Issues” to be held from March 1-3, 2024

(Papers are invited for presentation in the seminar. )


VENUE: Mahamana Sabhagar, Faculty Of Law, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India, Pin: 221005


  1. International Law and Politics

    ✓ Globalisation versus nationalistic tendencies

    ✓ Role of the United Nations in establishing and maintaining peace

    ✓ International law: Peace, Order and Justice.

    ✓ Human Rights and the Issue of food security during conflict

    ✓ Mutual Legal Assistance among States for extradition

  2. Law and International Trade

    ✓ Food Security, Investment, Investors, and the issue of national security

    ✓ The politics of selling crude oil

    ✓ Dispute settlement mechanism in international trade

    ✓ Bilateral and regional trade organisation and challenges to multilateral structures

    ✓ European Regime of Corporate Sustainability and its impact

  3. International Law and Environmental Protection

    ✓ Paris Agreement/CoP 27/CoP 28 and its relevance

    ✓ Pollution, carbon credits, and the responsibility to control greenhouse gases.

    ✓ Interplay of national and international legal regimes in the conservation of the environment

    ✓ Indigenous population, industrial development, regulatory agencies and law

    ✓ R&D on Genome Science and legal framework to regulate and facilitate it.

  4. International law and Health

    ✓ International institutions and the task of health crisis management

    ✓ Evolving contemporary medical jurisprudence

    ✓ Sustainable Development and technological support for hunger eradication

    ✓ Organ transplant: Between legality and illegality

    ✓ International organizations and global food supply chain

  5. International law and the vulnerable sections of society

    ✓ Challenges faced by women during the time of conflict

    ✓ Rights of children and threats posed by 3 C’s

    ✓ Balancing the rights of labour and economic development

    ✓ Challenges faced by labour and the role of international law.

    ✓ International Responsibility to protect local cultures


  • Only one submission is allowed per author.

  • Co-authorship to a maximum of three authors is permitted. (Co-authors must register separately)

  • Only original papers will be considered for the conference.

  • No part of it should have been published earlier anywhere else, nor should it be under consideration for publication or a contest elsewhere.

  • Any form of plagiarism will result in disqualification.

  • Identification mark of the author, or the affiliated institution (if any) should not be found in any part of the article.

  • Abstracts of not more than 300 words. The full-length research paper should be within 3000 words (including footnotes).

  • The paper shall be in Microsoft word format.

  • Potential contributors are required to adhere to a uniform mode of citation (4th edition of OSCOLA style of Citation is recommended).

  • All abstracts/papers must be written in Times New Roman with font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing. Footnote font size 10 without spacing.


Last date of Paper Submission: 31st January, 2024

Acceptance / Rejection of Paper: Within One Week of Paper Submission.

Last date of Registration: 20th February, 2024

Date of Seminar: 1-3 March, 2024


The Paper shall be submitted through email:

For Registration:




    • Academicians/ Professionals: 2500

    • Research Scholars: 1500**

    • Indian Students: 1000**

    • Foreign Delegates: USD 100

    • Foreign Students@: USD 75


    • Academicians/Professionals: 1500

    • Research Scholars: 800

    • Indian Students: 500

    • Foreign Delegates: USD 50

    • Foreign Students: USD 25

@ Select Foreign Students may be provided a Complete fee Waiver Subject to Application and Selection.

** Research Scholar and Students of Faculty of Law, BHU will be provided an additional fee waiver of 500 Rupees.

# Attendees are those who shall be participating but not presenting paper in the seminar.

NOTE: Certificates will be provided to all the Attendees



  • Academicians/Professional: 2500

  • Research Scholars: 1000

  • Indian Students: 1000

  • Foreign Delegates: USD 80

  • Foreign Students: USD 25

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