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National Webinar On Global Health Crisis And Human Rights

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As we are facing a global crisis unlike any in the 75 year history of United Nations and this is leading to human suerings, upending people’s lives and damaging the global economy. A global recession perhaps of record dimensions is a near certainty. The International Labour Organization(ILO) has reported that workers around the world could lose as much as 3.4 trillion US Dollars of income by the end of this year. Above all, this is a human crisis that ardently calls for solidarity. The humankind is gravely stressed which is damaging the rich social fabric. People are wrecked, terried and scared. It seems that the current response made at the global level will not successfully cater the global scaled complex crisis well. This is the moment that demands coordinated action in implementing innovate policies by the leading economies of the world. We must recognize that the poorest and the most vulnerable section of the society, especially women, children and old age people will be the most aected. Due to pressure, even the strong and wealthy countries of the world are not able to provide needed healthcare. There is an urgent need to scale up the health spending, and to surge in demand expanding testing, bolstering facilities, supporting healthcare workers, so as to provide adequate supplies to the people without any stigma.

Covid-19 is likely to aect every single aspect of the society. We seek submissions on this issue which are not only innovative but provide practical insights for youths, policy makers, organizations and society at large. All submissions should be impeccable concerning the issues faced by the society during these challenging times.

Sub Themes :

Amenability of Stakeholders in the COVID-19 Crisis

Role of Youth and NGOs at the time of global pandemic
State Response to economic consequences of COVID-19 and how will they aect population subgroups dierentially? Best practices during the times of COVID-19
Fundamental Duties and COVID-19

International Community and its Responses

Global Health crisis and International law response Economic impact in international trade
National legislation and global pandemic International cooperation and COVID-19

Role of Media

Fake News and Global Pandemic
What factors explain regional and country dierentials in population vulnerability to the COVID-19 pandemic? What are the contributions of demographic factors such as age structure, spatial distribution, social stratication and migration, and social factors such as norms in explaining the vulnerability and responses to COVID-19?
What are the demographic consequences of COVID-19 e.g. on fertility and partnership, mortality, health and migration? Impact of COVID-19 on educational institutions, problems and perspectives

Note: The above list is not exhaustive and session proposals on any title related to COVID-19 and pandemics can be submitted.

Submission Guidelines Full Paper

The length of full paper including tables, diagrams, illustrations, references, etc. should be 3000-8000 words. The paper should be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing and justied format.
The footnotes must be typed in Times New Roman, font size 10 with single spacing. The margin of 1.5 inch on all sides must be maintained throughout the paper.

Bluebook 20th Edition/APA shall be followed for Footnoting/ referencing.
The full paper should be submitted in soft copy and shall be sent to with the subject line “Full Paper –NYCI Webinar” along with the title of the paper, keywords, the presenter’s name, designation, institutional aliation, mailing address, contact number , watsup contact also and e-mail ID. All submissions should be sent in .doc/.docx format only. Intimation for acceptance/improvisation will be provided within 1-2 working days from the last date of the submission of paper.
All are requested to download zoom app for the seminar

Submission Deadlines

Full Paper Submission Deadline: 22nd April, 2020

Paper Presentation Guidelines It is suggested to make paper presentations through PPT although it is not mandatory. The number of slides can be limited to 5-6.
Presentations should be of 5-6 minutes which shall be inclusive of minutes for questions. It is suggested for presenter(s)/ attendee(s) to dress professionally.
Registration Details: There is no registration fee.
Convener : Dr. Datchana Moorthy Ramu (President SDC) Co-convener: Mr Niteesh Kumar Upadhyay, Swati Kaushal, Dr. Asheesh Kuma
Student Coordinators Shruti Gupta Lakshya Jauhari Madhav Singh Bagga
Contact Details: Email us at:
Lakshya Jauhari: +91-99184-53392
Madhav Singh Bagga: +91-82798-23564