The Panel Discussion on “Tracing the Spirit of Feminism” is organized by the University of Delhi on March 6, 2022 at 5:00 PM.
About the Organiser
Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi is a legal institution par excellence, representing a heterogeneous and diverse set of values, opinions, and ideas.
Established in 1924, CLC provides world-class legal education at a nominal cost. CLC took the lead in adorning our liberty with a self-sufficient legal education system by introducing a distinguished Tark-Vitark (Debate and Discussion) method of teaching, a time-tested teaching methodology prevalent in ancient India, through precedents themselves, with the goal of transforming students into budding lawyers.
CLC has proved its mettle by producing illustrious luminaries panning across Supreme Court and High Court judges, leading advocates, political leaders, policymakers, and trend-setters in all walks of life.
About the Programme
CLC Townhall hosts Panel Discussions on various Socio-Legal Issues which are often complex, multifaceted and not necessarily bi-polar.
On the occasion of this International Women’s Day, the Debate and Discussions Society, Campus Law Centre is honoured to host a panel discussion on “Tracing the spirit of Feminism”, under the aegis of CLC Townhall, to challenge the status quo, usher in new perspectives and break the gender bias.
- Mr. Vikramjit Banerjee,
Additional Solicitor General of India.
- Ms. Sinu Joseph,
Co-Founder & Managing Trustee,
Mythri Speaks Trust.
- Ms. Zakia Soman,
Bharatiya Muslim Mahila Andolan.
Everyone who is interested in the theme of the Discussion.
How to Attend?
Interested attendees can join the discussion through this link.
For any queries, feel free to email us at: dds.clc.du[at]gmail.com
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