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CfP: National Conference on Environmental Degradation, Social Change, Development and ‘The Youth’ at RGNUL Punjab [April 25-26]: Submit by March 15


The Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Punjab, was established by the State Legislature of Punjab to fulfill the need for a Centre of Excellence in legal education. The university has set up seventeen centers of research to undertake advanced study and research in various fields. It is a member of several professional organizations of national and international stature.

About the Conference

The proposed conference aims to explore the impact of social change and development on youth as a prominent community. It seeks to understand how the youth can contribute to the developmental processes and policies.

The conference invites experts from various social sciences and humanities to propose logically workable policy documents for the government. The goal is to address mental health concerns, education, politics, crime, health, religion, and culture related to youth empowerment and social change.

Sub-Themes for Authors

  • Moral Shifts and Legal Dynamics: Examining the Ripple Effect of Changing Moral Norms on the Legal Environment
  • Disease Burden and the Drastic Factor of ‘Age’ of Death
  • Agrarian Protests and the Role of Youth: Analysis of the Repercussions
  • Natural Environment and Youth: Exploring the Connections
  • Balancing the Scales of Youth Health: Unraveling the Interplay between Disease Burden, Climate Change, Environmental Degradation, and Heart Health
  • Fostering Sustainable Futures: The Interconnected Challenges of Disease Burden in Youth amidst Climate Change and Environmental Degradation
  • Adolescent Health at a Crossroads: Navigating the Intersection of Disease Burden in Youth and the Impacts of Climate Change
  • Green Spaces and Health (Physical as well as Mental) of the Young persons
  • Impact of Social Processes (Westernization, Urbanization, Modernization, and Globalization) on Youth and their Choices
  • Empowering Youth with Disabilities: Addressing Learning-Related Challenges in Academic Institutions and Exploring Solutions
  • Freelancing and Economic Development of Youth
  • Education Policy, Pedagogy, and Curriculum in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs)
  • Nurturing Constitutional Morality in Youth: A Prerequisite for Political and Institutional Advancement in a Diverse Society
  • Impact of the School Curriculum on Personality Building: Exploration and Resolution
  • Navigating the Policy Maze: Identifying and Rectifying Legal and Policy Lacunas Affecting Youth Welfare
  • Revamping Education: Integrating Psychological Well-being into Pedagogy for Holistic Youth Development
  • Empowering the Economic Future: Advancing Financial Literacy Programs to Equip Youth for Financial Success
  • Inclusive Education: Bridging Educational Disparities for Youth from Marginalized Backgrounds
  • Institutional Empowerment: Advancing Diversity and Inclusion through Youth Scholarship Programs Across Religious Sects
  • The Scholastic Significance of ChatGPT: A Double-Edged Sword in Student Academic Journeys?
  • Regulations on Aspects of Social Life of Youth in Secondary and Higher Education Institutions
  • Youth Empowerment and the POCSO Act: Protecting Minors and Ensuring Justice
  • Ragging, Bullying, Depression, and Student Suicides
  • Drug Abuse and Drug Addiction
  • Sex Crimes
  • Suicides in Youth
  • Racial Profiling by the Criminal Justice System and Its Perilous Consequences on Youth
  • Youth Unrest: Understanding Reasons and Proposing Resolutions
  • Unveiling the Dark Trade: Human Trafficking in the Bride Market
  • Hate Crimes and the Youth of India
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Lack of Patience, Rage, and Delinquency in Youth
  • Socio-Legal Matrix of Community Conflicts: Highlighting an Exigency for a Law Addressing Hate Crimes for Helping Implicated Youth
  • The Diminishing Realm of Privacy: Safeguarding Youth Privacy Amidst Rapid Technological Advancements
  • Terrorism and the Youth
  • Political Instability and Vote Banking
  • Political Will in the Context of the Pandemic and Infrastructural Changes in the Lives of Youth
  • Legal and Judicial Scenario in the Context of Privacy, Freedom, and Rights
  • Youth Politics in Educational Institutions: Students’ Unions, Capitalist Culture, and Nepotism
  • Radicalization of Youth
  • Role of Youth in Social Movements and Its Futuristic Impact
  • Roles of Religion, Spirituality, Culture, and Social Rubric in Youth Empowerment and Social Change

Submission Guidelines

The abstract submission deadline is 15th March, 2024. The final manuscript must be submitted by 25th March, 2024. The registration deadline is 17th April, 2024. Full-length research papers can be between 3000-7000 words, blogs should be 1500-2500 words, and all submissions should align with the central theme of the conference.

The manuscripts should be formatted with Times New Roman font, font size 12, and 1.5 line spacing. The reference and citation pattern should follow the Bluebook (21st Edition). Selected papers will be published in books with ISBN and in various peer-reviewed journals.

How to Submit?

All submissions and correspondence are to be directed /sent to the given email id:

Registration Fees

The registration fee is Rs. 708 for online participants and Rs. 1180 for offline participants. Co-authorship is limited to three authors per manuscript, and each author should pay the registration fee separately. Payment can be made through the provided online link.


The best papers will receive an award of Rs. 5000. One paper presentation from each session will be recognized, and one special paper chosen by experts will receive a Business Premium Linkedin pass worth Rs. 36000.


For further information or queries, please contact:
Convenor & Organizing Secretary – Dr. Jasleen Kewlani +91 95012 25855
Convenor – Aashish Gaur +91 80532 28805

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