INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
HUMAN RIGHTS STUDIES
MARCH 2-3, 2018
Orazio Riminaldi, Cain and Abel, 17th century
CALL FOR PAPERS
HUMAN RIGHTS '18 / International Interdisciplinary Conference on Human Rights will be held at Nippon Meeting Halls in Istanbul. The conference is coordinated by DAKAM (Eastern Mediterranean Academic Research Center) and will be organized by BILSAS (Science, Art, Sport Productions).
All abstracts are going to be selected according to double blind reviews and accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings E-Book with an ISBN number that will be given to you in a DVD box during conference registration.
Selected papers will be published in DAKAM's International Journal of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies. (http://www.dakam.org/ijssis)
We invite you to join us at the event in Istanbul and would like to emphasize that proposals from different parts of the world are welcomed.
For the publication opportunities, registration conditions and presentation instructions, please visit the REGISTRATION INFO page. For accommodation opportunities and city tours, please read the ACCOMMODATION & TOURS page.
OPEN TO SUBMISSION
FEBRUARY 23, 2018
Full papers submission:
FEBRUARY 23, 2018
Freedom of Speech
Race and Ethnicity
Development and Poverty
History of Human Rights
Arts and Human Rights
The Concept of Justice
The Concept of Crime
Law, Economics and Politics
Law of Human Rights, Social Justice, Civil Liberty
Public Law and Policy
Dispute Resolution: Contemporary Approaches
Law of Information and New Technologies
Laws of Health and Medicine
Civil Law and the Court
Intellectual Property (IP) Law
Trademarks and Copyright Law
Labour and Employment Law
International Economics and Trade Law
Corporate Finance and Taxation Law
Banking, Securities and Finance Law
Public Law Fundamentals
Immigration and Refugees Law
Law of International Regulations
Transparency and Accountability in Law Making
Regulations & Public Policy
Legal Theory, Methodology and Ideology
NIPPON Meeting Halls in Istanbul
Nippon Hotel, Taksim, Topçu Caddesi No:6, Taksim, Beyoğlu, Turkey. Nippon Meeting Halls are located in the heart of Taksim, the cultural center of Istanbul and it is easily accessible by metro, taxi or bus.
You can easily reach Nippon Conference Halls by walking from Taksim Square, which can be regarded one of the most central places in Istanbul.
From the airport you can directly reach Taksim by taking the white HAVATAŞ Buses. Taksim
is also accessible by many bus lines, yellow minibus lines or two different metro lines.
Here are some useful links for public transportation in Istanbul.
Click here for the Istanbul metro network map.
Click here for the transportation fares and cards.
Click here for general information on public transportation in Istanbul.
List of Accepted Abstracts until January 5 (in submission order)
James Okolie-Osemene / The Resurgence of Secessionist Agitations in Igboland: Patterns, Human Rights Implications and Lessons for a Peaceful Nigeria
MOHAMMAD KHAN / Ending the Culture of Impunity in Myanmar - An ‘Agency’ Approach to the ‘Atrocity Crimes’
Hulya Dincer / The Right to Truth: A Case Study for a Socio-historical Conception of Human Rights
Risti Wijaya Kurniasari, Silviani Bilqis / THE RECRUITMENT OF CHILD SOLDIERS IN MYANMAR
Kai-Li Wang, Yi-Pei Huang / Is it public law or private law that governs the broadcasting rights to games played by student-athletes? — A Re-investigation in the Era of New Media
Muge Yerdenler / Verbal Identity Construction in the Istanbul Pride Parades: An examination of the discursive strategies of the community in the Pride Parades
HALA SHAAT / The detention of Palestinian children is a legal and humanitarian violation of Zionism
Ayman Bakr / Human Rights under Predatory Identities in the Middle East
Ivan Kucherkov, Irina Belozerova, Natalya Selezneva / Extradition: international standards and national practices.
Renu Kumari / Responsibility to Protect And State Sovereignty: A Case of Syria
Renu Kumari / Countering Maritime Piracy in Indian Ocean: Analyzing the Bilateral and Multilateral Efforts by China and India
Merve Ozkan Borsa / Critiques to Human Rights from Different Aspects and Various Approaches
Syeda Sitwat Shahed, Sharin Naomi / Role of NGOs in Legal Empowerment of poor: An analysis of BRAC’s Human rights and Legal Aid services in Bangladesh
Peter Orji / Reality courtroom shows – Armchair Pedagogy?
Seid Mekonnen / Recent global Trends in Challenging Arbitral Awards: Comparative studies from UNCITRAL Model Arbitration Law, English Arbitration Act and Ethiopian Arbitration Law
Seid Mekonnen / THE TREATMENT OF MUSLIMS UNDER THE ETHIOPIAN JUSTICE SYSTEM: AN APPRAISAL OF THE LAW MAKING AND HUMAN RIGHTS MATTERS
Beyza OZTURANLI SANDA / EMERGING OBLIGATION TO COOPERATE UNDER INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE LAW IN THAT SITUATION OF THE TURKEY UNDER THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR HOSTING THE SYRIAN REFUGEES
Shaista Tabassum / Denial of The Right to Live to female: Study of India, China and Pakistani society
Usha Sharma / The "T" Classroom -Creating Trans leaders
Veljko Turanjanin, Milica Kolakovic-Bojovic / THE IMPACT OF EU LAW ON JUSTICE SYSTEM REFORM IN SERBIA
Aleksandra Szczerba-Zawada / FROM PROHIBITION OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT TO EQUALITY BETWEEN WOMEN AND MEN IN FAMILY LIFE? AN ANALYSIS OF THE EVOLUTION OF THE EU LEGISLATION ON PARENTAL RIGHTS FROM AN ANTI-DISCRIMINATORY PERSPECTIVE
10:30 OPENING REMARKS
10:35 THE IMPACT OF EU LAW ON JUSTICE SYSTEM REFORM IN SERBIA
VELJKO TURANJANIN, MILICA KOLAKOVIĆ-BOJOVIĆ
10:55 IS IT PUBLIC LAW OR PRIVATE LAW THAT GOVERNS THE BROADCASTING RIGHTS TO GAMES PLAYED BY STUDENT-ATHLETES? — A RE-INVESTIGATION IN THE ERA OF NEW MEDIA
KAI-LI WANG, YI-PEI HUANG
11:15 HUMAN RIGHTS UNDER PREDATORY IDENTITIES IN THE MIDDLE EAST
11:50 COFFEE BREAK
12:05 HOW AND WHY OF HUMAN RIGHTS: THINKING THROUGH DIFFERENT VOICES
12: 25 THE IMPACT OF CURRENT AND EMERGING US IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEE LAW ON HUMAN RIGHTS, SOCIAL JUSTICE, AND CIVIL LIBERTY
W. JOHN THOMAS
CLOSING REMARKS AND CERTIFICATE HAND-OUT