Journal of Human Rights Law and practice: This Journal aims to throw light on the fundamental rights of a human being. In order to live with dignity, certain basic rights and freedom are necessary, which all human beings are entitled to. These basic rights are called Human Rights. Human rights belong to everyone, everywhere, regardless of nationality, sexuality, gender, race, religion or age.
Type of Publication:Peer-reviewed Journal (Refreed Journal)
Language:English
ISSN:2581-8155
Journal DOI:10.37591/JHRLP
Indexing:Google Scholar, LOCKSS, CLOCKSS, Cross-Ref
SJIF:5.545
Type of Access:Subscription Based, Hybrid Open Access
Started Since:2018
Country of Origin:India
Issues Per Year:2 Issues
Publisher:STM Journals, Consortium e-Learning Network Pvt. Ltd.

Focus and Scope:


  • Basic Concept of Human values & Rights
  • Introduction to terminology of various Legal Instruments
  • Social Status of women & Children in International & National Perspectives
  • Status of Social and Economically disadvantaged people
  • Human Rights in Indian Context
  • Human Rights- Enforcement Mechanism
  • Human Rights violation & Indian policy
  • Role of Advocacy Groups
  • Key Words


    Human Rights
    Article 14
    Inheritance Rights
    Violation
    Legal Right
    Equality
    Diversity

    Indexing


    Submission of Paper:


    All contributions to the journal are rigorously refereed and are selected on the basis of quality and originality of the work. The journal publishes the most significant new research papers or any other original contribution in the form of reviews and reports on new concepts in all areas pertaining to its scope and research being done in the world, thus ensuring its scientific priority and significance.


    Manuscripts are invited from academicians, students, research scholars and faculties for publication consideration. Papers are accepted for editorial consideration through mail at [email protected].


    Plagiarism: All the articles will be check through Plagiarism Software before publication.  

    Subject: Law