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Webinar on Consumerism and Disabilities by GNLU [Dec 3; e-Certificate]: Register Now!

GNLU is organizing a webinar on Consumerism and Disabilities to be held on December 3, 2022, through virtual platform.

About GNLU

Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar, is one of the premier national law
universities of India.

About GCDS

The University established GNLU Centre for Disability Studies (GCDS) with an aim to work for rights of disabled people and promotion of social justice through teaching and research in the interdisciplinary areas of sociology, social work, law and policy.

Through curriculum development, research projects and disability studies, the Centre aims to provide meaningful contribution in the areas of disability and human rights, disability and society, accessibility and reasonable accommodations, inclusive education, gender and disability, amongst.

About the Webinar

On the occasion of International Day of persons with Disabilities, 3rd December, 2022, GNLU Centre for Disability Studies is organizing an online session on the theme of ‘Consumerism and Disabilities’.

The aim of the session is to discuss the consumer rights of the persons with disabilities and their inclusion as a customer in the market.


  • Prof. (Dr.) Maheshwar Singh, Professor of Political Science, National Law University, Delhi
  • Kanchan Pamnani, Advocate and Solicitor, High Court of Bombay
  • Amar Jain, Advocate and Certified Professional in Web Accessibility
  • Vaibhav Kothari, Founder & CEO, OMVAI: You Belong!

How to Register?

Interested candidates may register for the webinar through the link provided at the end of this post.

Date and Time

December 3, 2022, from 10 A.M. to 12.30 P.M.


E-Certificate will be provided to all the registered attendees who fill the feedback form after 15 days of the Webinar.

Contact Information

In case of any queries, please contact gcds[at]gnlu.ac.in

Click here to register

Source: Lawctopus

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