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    • LawSocAssentio mentium Home About Us Contact Information MUN BoardFriday, November 26, 2010NotificationsEventsNov 24-28 2010 - The Hindu Music Festival. D1. Nov 26, 2010, 6 :30 pm - Lecture by Nilima Sheikh, "Each Night Put Kashmir In Your Dreams" atVenkatappa Art Gallery.2. Nov 26, 2010, 6:00 pm - Kathak recital by Smitha Srinivasan, at Yavanika Auditorium onNrupatunga Road.3. Nov 27, 2010, 6 30 pm - Carnatic music concert at MES College by the Karnataka Gana Parishat.Volunteering and Other Opportunities1. Enable India is looking for a volunteer to help with proof-reading a life skills manual. If youreinterested, please contact them directly with the contact information on their website.2. Dream A Dream is looking for people to volunteer as mentors to youth who are experiencing troubleor need encouragement and support. Volunteers are required from Jan 2011 onwards. If youreinterested, contact Jeeno Phillip Jacob at jeeno.jacob@dreamadream.org or on 080-65349980 /26579580 to schedule a meeting.3. Karmayog is looking for writers who can write humourous pieces on current issues. Contact themdirectly at info@karmayog.org.Conferences1. ACSEE - The Asian Conference on Sustainability, Energy and the Environment 2011 will be heldfrom 2 to 5 June 2011 inOsaka, Japan. The deadline for abstracts/proposals is 01 February 2011.2. 1st Global Conference Images of Whiteness - Exploring Critical Issues will be held on Tuesday 12th– Thursday 14th July 2011 at Mansfield College, Oxford, United Kingdom. 300 word abstracts shouldbe submitted by Friday 14th January 20113. The 5th Global Conference on Visual Literacies will be held from Friday 8th July – Sunday 10thJuly 2011 at Mansfield College, Oxford. 300 word abstracts should be submitted by Friday 14thJanuary 2011.4. The 10th Global Conference Environmental Justice and Global Citizenshipwill be held from Friday8th July – Sunday 10th July 2011 at Mansfield College, Oxford. 300 word abstracts should besubmitted by Friday 14th January 2011.Resources and Information1. A list of sources for information on NGOs, activism and development is available here.Posted by The Law and Society Committee NLSIU at 3:31 AM 0 commentsEmail ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Google BuzzSaturday, November 20, 2010
    • NotificationsConferences1. The 13 th International Conference on Defense of the Family: Family, Children and Culture will beheld in Bangkok, Thailand on June 16 - 20, 2011. Registration closes on May 30, 2011.2. The Peoples Convention on Energy will be held on Nov 30 and Dec 1 2010, at Nagpur. For detailscontact: Pravin Mote (09313879073)pravin.mote@gmail.com3. The International Conference On Rural Development And Enterpreneurship (ICORE 2011) will beheld from 28 to 30 May 2011 at Kuching, Malaysia. The deadline for abstracts/proposals is 15December 2010.4. The 4th Global Conference on Diasporas - Critical Issues will be held on Monday 4th July –Wednesday 6th July 2011 at Mansfield College, Oxford. 300 word abstracts should be submitted byFriday14th January 2011.5. A conference on "Assessing the Complexities of South Asian Migration" will be held at WilfridLaurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada May 19th-21st 2011.Abstracts are due on January 112011.6. The program chairs invite papers on the theme Gender Justice and Development, Local andGlobal for an international confernece to be held June 9-11, 2011 at Bryn Mawr College, Pennsylvania.Abstracts are due on December 17, 2010.7.The organizers invite papers on the theme Persistent Conflict in the 21st Century for a conference onGlobal Governance to be held at the London School of Economics & Political Science on June 25, 2011.Abstracts are due on 4 Jan, 2011.8. MAITRI, a humanitarian and developmental NGO based in New Delhi is organising Home is wherethe hurt is: A National Conference on Public Health Implications of Domestic Violence: Feb:10th-11th2011, New Delhi. For details contact Ms. Sonal Singh Wadhwa (Sonal.singh@maitriindia.org).9. Lawyers Collective is organising a conference on Staying Alive, Protection of Women fromDomestic Violence Act, 2005, at Gulmohar Hall, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi on Dec 19, 2010.Opportunities1. The Indian Social Institute and SICHREM are conducting an essay competition on Human Rights inhonour of Human Rights Day. The date of submission is November 30 2010.2. The Society for Participatory Research is looking for interns for a period of 8 weeks inAugust/September.3. Dotahead, Goa is offering a two month, paid internship for work on the social media campaign for aCSR program for a leading bank in India.CVs should be sent to gnurpreet@gmail.com.4. The NIHR Essay Competition has been launched. Posters are up all around campus, with topics anddeadlines on them.Events1. Poetry Slam at the Goethe Institute, Max Mueller Bhavan (Bangalore), on 19th November 2010 at 5pm.2. YOURS TRULY THEATRE presents a play in English, Bhagwaan Dhoondo, on 21st November2010 at ADA ranga mandira, JC road, Bangalore.3. The Bangalore Book Fair is on at Palace Grounds, but it ends tomorrow!4. Bengaluru Pride and Karnataka Queer Habba 2010 has a series of fantastic events, including apoetry slam, a diversity fair and story narrations for the next week or so.5. Just Femme, an e-zine for women, in collaboration with Bangalore Film Society and NationalGallery of Modern Art (NGMA) announces the inaugural edition of the event pEtE maatu. The three-day festival will comprise a film festival of short films and documentaries, photo exhibition, paneldiscussion and blogathon on the theme Women and the City. It will be held from Dec 17-19 at theNGMA Bangalore.Posted by The Law and Society Committee NLSIU at 3:50 AM 0 commentsEmail ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Google BuzzMonday, November 15, 2010Notifications
    • Conferences1. The 2011 International Conference on Future Environment and Energy(ICFEE2011) will be held from 25 to 27 March 2011 in Sanya, China. Papers are due byNovember 25th 2010.2. The Department of Middle East, South Asia, and African Studies at Columbia isoffering an University Graduate Student Conference on "Imaginary Geographies"from February 17th & 18th, 2011. Students who are interested in participating in theconference should submit a one-page (300 word) proposal and one page CVto MESAASgradconference2011@gmail.com by December 5, 20103. The Bharatidasan University at Trichy is organising a National Level Conferenceon Social Development in India; New Vistas and Challenges on Jan 10-11 2011 atTrichy. Guidelines for authors are here.4. The First Indian Biodiversity Conference 2010 will be held from 28-30 Dec.Abstracts are due on the 20th November.5. INTED2011 (5th International Technology, Education and DevelopmentConference) will be held on 7th-9th March 2011 in Valencia, Spain. Abstracts are dueon the 25th of November.6.The 2011 International Conference on Future Environment and Energy (ICFEE2011) will be held on 25 to 27 March 2011 in Sanya, China. Abstracts are due on the25th of November.Opportunities1. The EAERE-FEEM-VIU European Summer School in Resource andEnvironmental Economics will be held from July 3rd-9th, 2011 in Venice, Italy. It isonly open to doctoral and postdoctoral students.2. Applications are invited for the Kinship conservation fellowship, which is a month-long in-residence program at Western Washington University (June 28-July 29,2011). Eighteen Fellows are selected each year and become part of a global Fellowscommunity now numbering 154 Fellows in 40 countries. The Fellowship includes a$6,000 stipend award; lodging is also provided. Online applications must besubmitted by 24 January 2011.3. State Bank of India is accepting applications for their Youth for India Program, afellowship for students who want to work for social change through rural outreachand finance. Details are on their website.4. Samvada announces a *Youth Activists Fellowship Programme* for individualswho are working with disadvantaged and excluded youth in India.Detailsare here.Events1. The Bangalore Queer Habba will be on, all of this month, with plays, and musicand discussions. For a schedule, go here.2. The Kabir Project will be presenting a two-day festival on Sindhi Sufi poetry, onthe 20-21 November, 2010. They will focus on the work of Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai,performed by folk singers. Details will be released later, but they can be contactedat thekabirproject@gmail.com.Resources1. The Indian Streets Beta Blog has been launched, an interesting venture on urbanroads.
    • Posted by The Law and Society Committee NLSIU at 8:38 AM 0 commentsEmail ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Google BuzzLabels: notificationsMonday, October 25, 2010NotificationsSeminars and Conferences1. The M.S.University of Baroda will be holding an international seminar on " HigherEducation for Knowledge Based Society: Global Reforms" on 20-21 December,2010. Papers are invited. 2. Abstracts are invited for the subtheme, Body Talk: Interrogating Boundaries andHierarchies in Feminist Discourse, which is part of the upcoming conference of theIndian Association of Womens Studies, which is scheduled for January 21-24th2011, at the Mahatma Gandhi Antarrashtriya Hindi Vishwavidhalaya in Wardha. Theconference this year centers around Resisting Marginalisations, ChallengingHegemonies. The deadline for abstracts is Oct 31.3. Takshashila Academia of Economic Research (TAER) Limited, Mumbai, and theIndia Society for Ecological Economics (INSEE), call for papers for a one-dayseminar on “Climate Change and Markets: Opportunities, Challenges, and PolicyConcerns” at India International Centre, New Delhi, on January 28, 2011.4. York University, Toronto, Canada, and XIMB, Orissa, India will be holdingaConference on “Rural Labourers in Neo-liberal India”, 18-19 December 2010atXIMB (Xavier Institute of Management – Bhubaneswar), Orissa, India.Papers areinvited. The deadline is December 5th.5.The Centre for Water and Land Resources is organizing a „Two Days‟ NationalWorkshop on “Impacts of Watershed on Poverty Alleviation” during January 20-21,2011 at National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad 500030.Papers areinvited by November 24, 2010.6. The 2nd Global Conference on The Gothic - Exploring Critical Issues, will be heldfrom 16th May - Wednesday 18th May 2011 in Warsaw, Poland. The deadline forabstracts is 26 November.7. The 2nd Global Conference on "Experiencing Prison" will be held on Thursday19th May – Saturday 21st May 2011 inWarsaw, Poland. The deadline for abstracts is 26 November.8. The 1st Global Conference on Femininity and Masculinity will be held from 16 to18 May 2011 in Warsaw, Poland. The deadline for abstracts is 26 November. 9. The 5th Global Conference on Ethics, Evil, Law and the State will be held from 19to 21 May 2011 inWarsaw, Poland. The deadline for abstracts is 26 November.10. The Jean Monnet International Conference on Human Security and SecurityStrategy: Institutions and Policies in a European Perspective, will be held 26-29May 2011 in Kiev, Ukraine. The deadline for abstracts is Jan 15, 2011. aFellowships and Opportunities1. The Unreasonable Institute is inviting applications for the 2010 UnreasonableFellows Program. The deadline for applications is November 10, 2010.2. The Acumen Fund is offering a fellowship program focusing on leadership skills.The deadline for applications is Nov 15 2010.
    • 3. ActionAid Denmark has opened up a new category of personnel calledInspirators, who will work on development across nations. Applications areinvited from people who have experience with voluntary work.4. d.ust.bin, a webzine, invites entries in the form of short stories. Please go throughtheir submission guidelines first.5. Applications are invited for Tatas Jagriti Yatra, an annual train journey that takesselected candidates across India to meet unsung heroes. Apply at the earliest.6. Nether, a quarterly fiction magazine, invites submissions for its next issue.7. The North East Development Foundation is organising the Scholl ResearchAward for research papers on governance and development in the north-east. Nominations are open till November 15 2010.8. The University of Sydney is offering a Masters of Human Rights andDemocratisation program this year. Scholarships are available for Indian students.Applications are due on December 10 2010.9. Applications for the Conservation Leadership Program are open. The deadline isNovember 15.10. Pratilipi is bringing out a special issue on Kashmir. Submissions in the form of artand fiction are invited by November 20, 2010.TalksAs part of the Goethe Institutes CoLab-Goethe Lecture Series on Practices inContemporary Art & Architecture, Mysore-based artist N.S. Harsha will deliver alecture on his artistic practice titled "1969", on October 27 at 6 pm, at Max MuellerBhavan.Exhibitions, Festivals and Events1. The Nigah Queer Fest will take place in Delhi from 26th November to 5thDecember, 2010. Entries in any form of visual media are invited, by November 10,2010.2. Bangalore Pride will be meeting at ALF on 27 October as part of the BangaloreQueer Habba. There will also be the Bangalore Pride march on 28 October, 2010.News1. October 25-29 is the Youth LGBTQ awareness week.2. Bookworm Goa wants to start an online book discussion forum. If youreinterested, drop them a word.Posted by The Law and Society Committee NLSIU at 1:48 PM 2 commentsEmail ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Google BuzzLabels: notificationsSunday, October 10, 2010NotificationsConferences and Calls for Papers1. Materiality, Memory and Cultural Heritage, 25 to 29 May 2011 (Istanbul, Turkey). The deadline forabstracts/proposals is 17 December 2010.2. 1st Global Conference on Queer Sexualities (13th to 15th May 2011, Warsaw, Poland). The deadlinefor abstracts is 26th November 2010.3. The Bhopal 2011 group has called for student papers and participants for their InternationalStudents Workshop & Symposium.(January 23 - February 04, 2011, Bhopal). The last date forregistration is December 1 2010. The last date for abstracts is November 15 2010.
    • 4. The University of Western Sydney is holding a conference on "Educating for Human Rights, Peaceand Intercultural Dialogue"Early bird registration closes on Oct 1 2010.5. FOSS.in is holding its annual conference on free and open source software. The deadline forabstracts is October 10 2010.6. 3rd Global Conference Evil, Women and the Feminine (13th to 15th May 2011, Warsaw, Poland).The deadline for abstracts is 6 Nov 2010.7.CIES 2011 Montréal invites individual proposals for Panel Presentations, Round Tables, or PosterSessions, as well as proposals for Group Panels consisting of up to four, pre-arranged individual panelpresentations. CIES 2011 Montréal has as its theme "Education is that which Liberates" and willhighlight education as a vehicle for liberation. To proceed to the proposal submission site, goto http://cies2011.mcgill.caand click on "Call For Papers" in the navigation menu.Online registrationwill close at 11:59pm EST on April 17, 2011.Volunteering, Fellowships and Other Opportunities1. Visions Global Empowerment is a non-profit NGO serving youth and communities througheducation. They began work with war orphans in Sri Lanka in 2003 and later expanded to schools andcommunities in South India. They are currently looking for volunteers.2.Dhaaran Productions Bangalore (www.dhaaran.com) is looking for actors for its upcoming play andactivities.To register for the audition , with a brief introduction, please writeto:dhaaran.productions@yahoo.com . The requirements are for four Male actors (Age group: 20-35 yrs), Two Female actors (Age group: 20-35yrs), Actors required to come prepared with a 3-5 minmonologue/act. and actors should be very versatile and have the capability to play various agegroups in the same act. Auditions will be held on 9th and 10th October.3. The Asia Pacific Leadership Program is a nine-month program (August to mid-May) with aminimum five-month residency requirement. The APLP empowers future leaders with the knowledge,skills, experiences and supportive community needed to successfully navigate personal and regionalchange in the 21st century. Applications for the Fall Session are invited.4. The World Forestry Institute is offering a six to twelve month fellowship program. The deadline forapplications is December 1 for the program starting Feb 1st.5. The 10th NCCR Climate Summer School will be held from 4-9 September 2011 in Geneva. Thedeadline for applications is December 17th 2010.6. Applications are invited for the Fred H Bixby Fellowship program on health, population and AIDSrelated issues. The deadline for applications is January 15, 2011.7. The RBI is launching the RBI Young Scholars Award to raise awareness about the banking sector inIndia. Successful candidates get to intern with the RBI. The deadline for applications is Oct 22 2010.The written test will be held on Jan 9 2011.Posted by The Law and Society Committee NLSIU at 5:36 AM 0 commentsEmail ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Google BuzzMonday, September 27, 2010NotificationsConferences and Calls for Papers1. The Journal of International Law and International Relations (JILIR) invites submissions fromscholars of both International Law and International Relations for its Fall 2010 issue. For details,visit the journals website here:
    • 2. The Perelman Centre for Legal Philosophy at the Faculty of Law of the Université Libre de Bruxelles willhost a conference on "Jus Post Bellum and Transitional Justice," October 21-22, 2010, in Brussels. The programis here.3. The McGill University Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism will host a conference on "HumanRights and Diverse Societies," October 7-9, 2010, in Montreal. The program is here.4. The European Society of International Law will conductthe 4th ESIL Research Forum, to be held on27-28 May 2011 in Tallinn, Estonia. The call for papers is here. The deadline for the submission ofabstracts for the forums 15 panels is 15 December 20105. Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, is organizing an International Conference on thetheme Education for Peace, Social Inclusion and Sustainable Development: Towards a ParadigmShift during 8-10 December 2010. For online registration and further details, pleasevisit www.icmgukerala2010.in.6. The Chinese (Taiwan) Society of International Law is seeking papers for presentationat Contemporary International Law Issues in the Asia Pacific: Opportunities and Challenges, theInternational Law Association Asia-Pacific Regional Conference to be held May 29-June 1, 2011, inTaipei, Taiwan.Proposals of no more than 300 words, including the authors name and full contact information,should be e-mailed no later than December 20, 2010, to ila@nccu.edu.tw.7. The Georgetown Journal of Law & Modern Critical Race Perspectives seeks submissions for itssymposium, The Disparate Impact of Natural Disasters on Marginalized Communities Worldwide .The Journal reviews submissions on a rolling basis.8. The AsianSIL has a call for papers for its Third Biennial Conference which will be held August 27-28, 2011 in Beijing. The conference theme is Asia and International Law: A New Era.In order toapply, please fill in the online submission form by Wednesday, 1 December 2010, 2300 hrs, BeijingTime.9. The Editors of the Pace Law Review invite proposals from scholars and practitioners for our thirdannual issue on New York law that is slated for publication in Spring 2011,. Please submitproposals of no more than 500 words to plr [at] law.pace.edu by October 15, 2010.News and Resources1. The School Choice Campaign has recently released Student First! a new magazine on education lawand policy in India. To view it online, visit:http://schoolchoice.in/publications/studentfirst.phpResearch Projects1. The Privatisation in Higher Education Initiative (PERI) of the Open Society Institution invitesexpressions of interest for a research project that seeks to that seeks to contribute to a betterunderstanding on whether, through what mechanisms, with what outcomes, and for whom theincreasing adoption of a widening range educational service regulation and delivery mechanismsmight lead to more effective and equitable education systems. For more information,visit: http://www.periglobal.org/Volunteering Opportunities1. Janaagraha, a Bangalore based NGO is looking for volunteers to assist with a citizenship educationprogram for children. For more information visit:http://janaagraha.org/node/2149Posted by The Law and Society Committee NLSIU at 12:44 AM 0 commentsEmail ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Google BuzzLabels: notificationsMonday, September 20, 2010
    • NotificationsConferences and Calls for Papers1. The Fourth World Universities Forum invites panel and paper proposals, by October 14, 2010. For moredetails please visit:http://ontheuniversity.com/conference-2011/2. The Fourth Gender Politics in International Governance Conference will be held from October 6-8, 2010 inGeneva. The conference takes the establishment of the new UN Entity for Gender Equality and theEmpowerment of Women – to be known as UN Women – as an opportunity to reflect on existing internationalgender equality policy and to think about strategies for the new entity. Those who are interested in attendingshould register via email. Theres no registration fee, and all sessions will be in English. For more details visit:http://graduateinstitute.ch/Jahia/site/iheid/cache/offonce/lang/en/resources/calendarofevents;jsessionid=08EC92449C5D06237A8CB799D9BC8A29?evenementId=954403. Prof. Sarasu Esther Thomas at NLSIU is co-ordinating and bringing out a series of publications on gender andthe judiciary The deadline is October 31 2010. The call for submissions may be viewed athttps://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=1yQcu8xrC7WpizR4Oi0ltJRn7BIgA8aY0mSGeto9I-rg&hl=en&authkey=CL7w_JAF#4. The Raoul Dandurand Chair at the University of Quebec along with the Association for Borderland Studieswill be holding a conference on "Fences, Walls and Borders: States of Insecurity?". The deadline for abstracts isOctober 15 2010. For details go here: http://www.dandurand.uqam.ca/evenements/appels-de-communications/670-fences-walls-and-borders-state-of-insecurity.html5. Varta, the journal from the Bharathiya Arthik Shodh Sansthan, has called for submissions on "Globalisationand Inclusive Growth: The Indian Experience". Last date for submissions is September 30th. For detailsincluding the style sheet, length and so on please contactme.varta@rediffmail.com6. Submissions are invited by the Bharathiya Arthik Shodh Sansthan for a conference on ""Recent Poverty Debate in India: Measurement, Issues and Relevance". The themes of the conference are (1) Globalization-growth and its transmission process, (2) Growth and poverty nexus, (3) Institutional andstructural mechanism of poverty alleviation, (4) Issues of methodology and measurement of poverty indices, (5)Relevance and appraisal of poverty alleviation programmes in India and International experiences. The last datefor abstracts is Sep 30, and for papers, Oct 30. The conference will be held on Nov. 20-21 2010. For registrationand details please contact Prof P N Mehrotra at confpoverty.eco@rediffmail.com.Events1. Attakalari Centre for Movement Arts will be holding Attakalari Biennial, a festival to celebrateindividual and fresh voices in contemporary movement arts and to serve as a forum for the exchange ofexpertise in dance, design and research. It is a showcase of global movement arts with a special focus on worksthat incorporate new and emerging technologies in digital arts and interactivity. It will be held in January andFebruary at venues across Bangalore. Theyre also inviting applications for various performances. For moredetails, please visithttp://www.attakkalaribiennial.org/2. The Building Livable Cities Symposium is a pan-India event focusing on sustainable urban living, and willtake place in five cities in India over Oct 18-22 2010. For details and registration, please visit:http://www.meraevents.com/event/Building-Livable--Cities-2010-Bangalore-October-18th-3. Mmhonlumo Kikon is an Human Rights Activist from Nagaland - in the Northeast - opposed to inhumanwrong. He will be speaking on "Disordering Durable Democracies in Indias North-East", on 21 September at 5-7 pm at the offices of The Environment Support Group, Bangalore. If you intend to go, please confirm yourattendance by email to bhargavi@esgindia.org in advance so they can make arrangements. For the address anddirections, go here: http://www.esgindia.org/contact/contact.htmlCompetitions and Other Opportunities
    • 1. The Jerome Cohen prize Essay in International Law and East Asia is open for submissions. The deadline isSeptember 24, 2010. More details are available here: http://ilreports.blogspot.com/2010/05/call-for-submissions-jerome-cohen-prize.html2. The Young Urban Leaders Competition and Fellowship Program for 2010 is open for participation. Fordetails and deadline please visit: http://theurbanvision.com/yul/3. Chicken Soup for the Teenage Indian Soul invites stories on love and friendship.The last date is 15th October2010. If your entry is selected, they will pay you. Previously blogged/published work is accepted so long asprior permissions are taken. Poems are also accepted. Authors retain copyright. You dont have to be a teenager.Email entries to rakshabharadia@gmail.com4. Ivolunteer has launched its overseas volunteering program. For more details pleasevisit: http://www.ivoindia.org/5. The St Andrews Prize for the Environment has launched its latest edition. For details on entries, registrationand deadlines please visit: http://www.thestandrewsprize.com/awards/submission.htm6. Vibgyor Entertainment is looking for actors for a play/production that will be staged from 13-19 December inBangalore. Contact Anil Ramachandra, Artistic Director at Vibgyor at +91 98456 02265, with your name, dateof birth, experience with theatre and available timings for rehearsals.7. Sutradhar, NLS own amateur theatre group is looking for actors to fill in several roles, preferring people whoare below the age of 25 and have time to attend rehearsals regularly. For details, pleasevisit: https://docs.google.com/document/edit?id=1Yd8GOxPOLAV_dIiuXoPkUTM4HaEDuormR5jvZD9qZfw&hl=en&authkey=CJKdg-sDWorkshops1. Toto Foundation for the Arts will be conducting a theatre workshop along with the Attakalari Project onOctober 3 2010. For details, please contact: Toto Funds the Arts, by ordinary post, to TFA, H-301 AdarshGardens, 47th Cross, 8th Block, Jayanagar,Bangalore 560082.or totofundsthearts@yahoo.comNews and Resources1. The Centre for Womens Global Leadership has made its 2010 Take Action kit available online, for free. Thekit has been developed to encourage all campaign participants to plan a peace vigil or peace march for Monday,November 29th in a show of visible, global solidarity against militarism & violence against women. It can beaccessed here: http://www.cwgl.rutgers.edu/16days/kit10/kit.htmlVolunteering1. A group of parents of differently-abled children are meeting to discuss the new proposed disability law andput together recommendations for the drafting committee. They need volunteers to play with the kids and keepthem entertained for a couple of hours. Those interested in helping out may contact Kavitha at 98807 42028.Posted by The Law and Society Committee NLSIU at 12:52 AM 0 commentsEmail ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Google Buzz Older PostsHomeSubscribe to: Posts (Atom)The Committee for 2010-11Raeesa Vakil (Convenor)Reeba MuthalalyShalini IyengarDeva PrasadBodhisatta BiswasShweta KumarVrinda BhandariSearch This Blog
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