Revitalizing Social Institutions For Peace, 
Justice And Environmental Protection, RSIPJEP-20222

Revitalizing Social Institutions For Peace, Justice And Environmental Protection, RSIPJEP-20222
https://conferences.lpu.in/rsipjep/

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Revitalizing Social Institutions For Peace, Justice And Environmental Protection, RSIPJEP-20222
https://conferences.lpu.in/rsipjep/

Editors:
Dr. Meenu Chopra, Professor and Associate Dean, School of Law, Lovely Professional University
Prof. Dr. Gaurav Kataria, Professor, School of Law, Lovely Professional University
Ms. Ankit Paul Kaur, Assistant Professor, School of Law, Lovely Professional University
Dr. Chander Prakash, Professor, Lovely Professional University

e-ISBN: 9788770040075

Available: April 2023

doi: https://doi.org/10.13052/rp-9788770040075


Revitalizing Social Institutions for Peace, Justice, and Environmental Protection is a compilation of research papers presented at the One-day International Conference held on 16th April, 2022, organized by the School of Law, Lovely Professional University, Punjab, India. The conference aimed to bring together leading academicians, students, research scholars, advocates, judges, NGOs, journalists, and social activists to exchange ideas and share their experiences and research results on a premier interdisciplinary platform.

The book covers a wide range of topics related to social institutions, governance, transparency, justice, gender equality, environmental issues, disaster management, and international relations. It is a comprehensive guide for policymakers, academics, students, researchers, NGOs, and social activists to identify legal issues and gaps in legal mandates, analyze the implementation of law and policy in society, explore contemporary policy narratives and practices, and evaluate the role of voluntary organizations and social activists.

This book is an essential reference for anyone seeking to understand the challenges facing social institutions and the strategies required to address them to promote peaceful, just, and inclusive societies for sustainable development.

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