Dear colleagues and friends,
You are still on time to register for our International Dialogue.
The Dialogue will take place in Delhi, India, and will be a remarkable opportunity to reflect on best practices for advancing human rights related to sexual orientation, gender identity or expression and sex characteristics (SOGIESC) using the tools of international law, domestic litigation, and apology/reparation.
The Dialogue will revolve around “Rising Through the Challenge: documenting and analysing best practices for advancing human rights related to sexual orientation, gender identity or expression and sex characteristics (SOGIESC) using the tools of international law, domestic litigation, and apology/reparation.”
The deadline for registration is November 7th. The form to do so is located here.
The registration fee is $300 USD.
The fee includes:
- access to conference venues, reception and social events
- nutrition breaks and lunches
- translation services
- best practice documents
Participants will be accommodated at O.P. Jindal Global University residence. Staying off-campus would likely result in a 45 minute commute, depending on traffic.
Those interested in registering for this event please consider that scholarship applications are closed, so you will be registering as self-funded participants. We also remind you that almost every person coming from abroad needs a visa to enter India. The University logistics team can help you with visa needs, but please begin looking into visa requirements.
We will communicate with you around logistics later.
This International Dialogue is co-organized by ARC International, in partnership with The Centre for Health Law, Ethics and Technology (CHLET) at Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University.