Debate & Discussions Society, CLC, DU is organising Lecture Series “ABHIGYAAN” on the topic “Migrants & Refugees- Challenges for International Law & Policy”. Professor Ved P. Nanda will be delivering lecture in the session.
Abhigyaan is the Lecture Series by Debate and Discussions Society. Professor Ved P. Nanda will be delivering the Lecture in this session of ABHIGYAAN.
Topic of Lecture
“Migrants & Refugees- Challenges for International Law & Policy”
The Lecture will be followed by a moderated Q&A session.
About the Speaker
The event will be graced by the presence of Padma Bhushan Professor Ved P. Nanda. He is a John Evans Distinguished University Professor along with being Thompson G. Marsh Professor of Law, University of Denver. He also holds some key positions like being the
- Honorary President, World Jurist Association,
- President, World Association of Law Professors,
- Director, American Society of Comparative Law,
- Honorary Vice-President, International Law Association (American Branch).
He is also the proud recipient of –
- Padma Bhushan
- Louis B. Sohn Award for Public International Law from the American Bar Association
- Gandhi, King, Ikeda Award for Community Peace Building
- “World Legal Scholar” Award by the World Jurist Association
- United Nations Association Human Rights Award
- Hiroshima Peace Award
Date and Time
Tuesday, 6th of April, 2021 at 6:00 PM
The event will be streamed live at facebook.com/ddsclc
Mr. Vijay Pujari: +91-79817 78079
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Reported by: Debate and Discussions Society, Campus Law Centre Faculty of Law, University of Delhi