CfP: International Conference on “The Reformist Approaches to Human Rights” by Shoolini University, Solan [Offline; Nov 11-12]: Submit by Sept 15

Shoolini University is organising International Conference on The Reformist Approaches To Human Rights and launching an edited book on the same.

About Shoolini University

Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences is a private university in India located in the hill state of Himachal Pradesh.

School of law is the youngest department at Shoolini University founded in the year 2017.

About the Conference

Every day we live a dignified life within the sphere of human rights protection. This sphere includes and is not limited to socioeconomic, civil, political, and cultural rights; a peaceful environment; education; work; and better living standards.

The International Convention, Constitution, Policies, and Statutory Laws and Reformists ensure the protection of human rights. Human rights include and are not limited. A human right has two important facets; it is not an absolute right but a restricted right in the interest of public peace, social decency, and security.

The major causes of human rights violations are government actions, structured armed conflict, economic factors, sociological factors, technological factors, and psychological factors. Due to the constant attack and apprehension of the distortion of the human rights sphere, the judiciary has repeatedly played a prime role in ensuring the human rights sphere for humans remains undistorted by the violations.

The human rights sphere stands secure due to the reformative measures adopted by the reformists. Reformists include individuals, universities, institutions, society, and a country. The urgent need is to articulate and address human rights causes and issues in a reformist manner that results in significant change and strengthens the human rights sphere.

The aims and objectives of the conference are:

  • To learn and address human rights issues through reformists and their approaches
  • To articulate multidisciplinary reformist measures
  • To invite the stakeholders and beneficiaries to present appropriate solutions to human rights issues.
  • To launch an EDITED BOOK ON THE REFORMIST APPROACHES during the valedictory session of the conference
  • To collate the top 15 papers presented during the conference on Reformist Approaches on Human rights proposed to be published by Lexis Nexis.


The Reformist Approaches to Human Rights


  1. Civic space and democracy
    • Democracy, right to participate, and the electoral process
    • Digital space and human rights
    • Freedom of assembly and association
    • Freedom of expression and opinion
  2. Development and Dignity of life
    • Business and human rights
    • Climate change and the environment
    • Coercive measures
    • Educational and cultural rights
    • Health
    • Land and housing
    • Poverty, the right to food, and social protection
    • Sustainable development through human rights
  3. Equality and non-discrimination
    • Children and youth
    • Freedom of religion
    • LGBTQ+ people
    • Migration
    • Minorities
    • Aged persons
    • Persons with disabilities
    • Gender equality and women’s rights
  4. Rule of law and Justice
    • Law enforcement mechanism
    • Death penalty
    • Slavery and trafficking
    • Terrorism and violence

Submission Guidelines

Your submission should include the following:

  • Fill the Registration form given at the end of this post.
  • The body of the Manuscript should be in Times New Roman, Font size 12, and in 1.5 line spacing.
  • End Notes/ References must conform to APA and should be in TIMES New ROMAN font size 10 and in single line spacing.
  • Word Limit: 2500 to 5000 including endnote/ references and abstract.
  • Abstract: All submission must be accompanied by an Abstract not exceeding 150 to 300 words.
  • Joint submission of two co-authors is allowed.
  • All submissions should be accompanied by a Cover letter mentioning; Title, Abstract, Full name of author/authors, email address, and mobile number.
  • Email the manuscript to the editor at
  • The subject of the email should be SUBMISSION REFORMATIVE APPROACH


  • Cash Award and certificate for best paper
  • Cash Award and certificate for best presenter
  • Participation Certificate

Selection Process

  • The manuscript should have zero Plagiarism.
  • Plagiarism check through Turnitin and peer-reviewed
  • Number of Articles accepted for publication (Maximum number 25 and minimum number 10)
  • Decisions on acceptance and rejection will be communicated by the Assistant Editors within 2 days of the submission.

Fee Details

  • Students:
    • With Publication: INR 1200
    • Without Publication: INR 800
  • Academicians:
    • With Publication: INR 1400
    • Without Publication: INR 1000
  • Early bird submission:
    • With Publication: INR 1000
    • Without Publication: INR 600

Early Bird Submissions: Last Date 31st August 2022

Hard copies of the Edited book will be provided to the contributors at discounted rates.

Payment Details

  • The registration fee is to be paid by cash or demand draft in favor of Shoolini University payable at Solan. The fee may be credited into account by funds transfer:
    • Account Name: Shoolini University, Solan
    • Account Number: 0433000100728136
    • Bank Name: Punjab National Bank
    • IFSC code: PUNB0043300
  • Google pay is also available on +91 94181 57436 (Dr. Nandan Sharma)

Important Dates

  • Early bird submission: August 31, 2022.
  • Last date of Submission: September 15, 2022
  • Date of the Conference: November 11 and 12, 2022

Mode & Location

The conference will be held in offline mode at the University campus in Solan, H.P.

Contact Information

  • Ms. Mukul Rani Parajuli: +91 83718 51969
  • Mr. Vineet Thakur: +91 78767 92514
  • Ms. Ishani Vaidya: +91 98051 69261
  • Ms. Palak Sharma: +91 98167 79935

Click here to register for the Conference