We are pleased to announce that Legal Desire International Journal on Law (LDIJL) ISSN: 2347-3525 is accepting submission for XIIth Edition (Dec, 2017). LDIJL is a peer reviewed journal published quarterly that publishes scholarly articles and commentaries on the law contributed by jurists, practitioners, law professors and students having immense informative value. The object behind the journal is to bring in the close insights of the various contemporary and current issues of law to the readers. Participation in this journal provides an opportunity to authors for concentrated study in specific areas of the law and enhances their skills in legal research writings and analysis. The articles published are also available for open access at ‘Article’ section of Legal Desire’s website with readership of millions. (www.legaldesire.com) Continue reading
Legal Desire Media & Publications in association with Unmukt Bharat is organising an essay writing competition on “NGOs as facilitator of Human Rights”. This competition is a part of Social Impact Summit, 2015.
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Legal Desire and Youth for Human Rights International jointly presents Online Course on ‘Human Rights.’ Human Rights are defined as the basic rights guaranteed to all people in all countries belonging to different cultures, simply because they are born as human beings. The doctrine of Human Rights aspires to provide a common framework for determining the basic civil, economic, political and social conditions required for all individuals to lead a minimally good life.
This Online Course will give exhaustive study on Human Rights. It has been divided into 5 Modules for better systematic understanding. Human Rights Information Kit including Booklet, Human Rights Videos in DVD, Poster and Course Outline will also be provided to all enrolled students for this course. Continue reading