WEBINAR ON MENSTRUAL LEAVE BILL and MATERNAL LEAVE BILL. DO THEY AFFECT HUMAN RIGHTS AND EQUALITY?

ABOUT THE WEBINAR:

The Unfiltered Journal is organizing a webinar on 4th December, 2020 addressing topics such as Menstrual Leave Bill, Maternal Leave Bill and how it all affects human rights and equality.
In this webinar, speaker Ms. Afrin Khan, Assistant Professor at Kirti P. Mehta School of Law, will be enlightening us about said bills and discuss if these bills should be made mandatory to be applied in all manner of occupation or if it depends on the nature of an occupation.
We will also be touching on if these bills really help women or if they are a way to undermine them, as well as, look into if these bills are being implemented correctly. We will also be touching base on if paternity leaves should also be implemented to balance the scales.
Note: This webinar will be held virtually and has a registration fee.

ELIGIBILITY:

Anyone with an acute interest in the debate going around the Menstrual leave bill, Maternal leave bill can join the webinar.

Ms. Afrin Khan is an Assistant Professor at Kirti P. Mehta School of Law. She has a specialization in Human Rights, International Humanitarian Laws, Refugee Law and Law of Crime. LL.M (Human Rights). Ms. Khan has done her LL.M from Symbiosis Law School, Pune and P.G. Diploma in Media Laws from NALSAR Pro. Her area of research interests are Human Rights, International Humanitarian Laws, Refugee Law and International Criminal Law.

Before joining Kirit P. Mehta School of Law as an assistant professor, she was a faculty at Symbiosis Law School, Symbiosis International University, Pune. She is also a research scholar at Christ University, Bangalore, conducting a research in Victimology. She teaches courses such as Constitutional Law, Case Studies Interlinking and Hyperlinking, Law of Crimes, Law of Torts, Human Rights and Law and Medicine.

 

REGISTRATION DETAILS

DATE & TIME – 4th  December, 2020 at 12pm IST

CONTACT DETAILS

For queries related to payment or any other aspect of the event, please feel free to Contact us at, [email protected]

or contact 9199662577, Rashi Priya (Event Head)

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