Journal of Human Rights Law and Practice
Type of Publication:
2348-7895 (Print), 2249-4707 (Online)
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The foundation of modern human rights is the Universal Declation of Human Rights (UDHR). This Journal of Human Rights Law and Practice invites research scholars, Practitioners, Professors and delegates who are interested in research work to have an eye view on both national and international perspectives related to Human Rights Law and the Declarations that were adopted in 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly which have been integrated into national laws and international treaties in due course of time. The core values of the UDHR - human dignity, fairness, equality, non-discrimination - apply to everyone and everywhere.
The Journal of Human Rights Law and Practice is peer review Journal which focuses on both national and international perspectives. It also focuses on the fundamental rights of The Constitution and Universal Declaration of Human Rights.We welcome the scholarly fraternity to make efforts and contribute the multidisciplinary facets of knowledge on Human Rights to the globe.
Type of Publication: Peer-reviewed Journal
ISSN: 2348-7895 (Print), 2249-4707 (Online)
Journal DOI: 10.37591/CTIT
Started Since: 2011
2022 Volume: 12, Issues Per Year: 3
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Impact Factor/Ranking: SJIF 7.069
Type of Access: Subscription Based, Open Access
Mode of Subscription: Print, Online and Print+Online Journals
Publisher: STM Journals, Consortium e-Learning Network Pvt. Ltd.
Online Publishing Platform: Open Journal Systems
Country of Origin: India
Focus and Scope Covers
The Journal of Human Rights Law & Practice is a national journal focused towards the following areas
- 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
We are pleased to invite you to send original research, review articles & case studies for rapid peer reviewed, online & print publication.
- Can Human Rights be universal?
- Mentally ill women in India: Physically and Legally Abandoned women mental illness and law
- Property Inheritance and Empowerment: An Econometric Analysis of the Effect of the Hindu Succession Law Reform on Married Women Decision Making
- Raising Awareness of Women’s Legal Rights and their Role in Society
- Empowerment of Women through the participation in MGNREGA during post Covid-19 period
- Human Rights Perspectives of Surrogacy
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