ILS Law College’s Centre for International Law and Post Graduate Department in Law presents
TWO DAY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND FUTURE WARFARE
April 28 and 29, 2022 (Virtual)
The history of war is as old as mankind. This can be traced back to the human instinct of aggression and the will to dominate others. Although wars have been fought in many different ways and developments in military technology and warfare will continue to happen, the current developments have opened new arenas of conflict such as cyber space, outer space and mental space. These new battlefields have posed a variety of ethical and legal concerns for international humanitarian law, which is specifically designed to regulate the instances of armed conflict and protect the victims of armed conflict. This new era of warfare has challenged the traditional concepts of war, peace and security. With the emergence of new means and methods of warfare there is an urgent need to deliberate upon them.
Aims and Objectives of the Conference:
- To shed light on and understand the concept and phenomena of the ‘future warfare’
- To understand the ethical, legal concerns raised by new means and methods of warfare in the light of international humanitarian law.
- To deliberate upon the measures to mitigate risks associated with new battlefields and military technologies.
Registration Details :
Every person interested to participate in the conference must register by paying the registration fees. In the case of co-authors (maximum 2), each author would have to register and pay separately.
Registration Fees (including GST@18%)
|With Paper Presentation
|Without Paper Presentation
|Students outside ILS
|31st March 2022
|5th April 2022
|Communication of abstract acceptance or rejection
|20th April 2022
|Last day for Full Paper Submission
|25th April 2022
|Last date for Registration
Dr. Nitish Nawsagaray Ms. Divya Mittal Mr. Rohit Bokil
Contact details: firstname.lastname@example.org
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