To discuss various Social, Economic and Legal Challenges posed by Conflicts in National and International Perspective, Amity Law School, Amity University Haryana will be organizing the 5th Amity International Conference on Contemporary Social, Economic and Legal Challenges Posed by Conflicts: National and International Perspective from 24-25 November 2022 in OFFLINE mode.

To discuss various Social, Economic and Legal Challenges posed by Conflicts in National and International Perspective, Amity Law School, Amity University Haryana will be organizing the 5th Amity International Conference on Contemporary Social, Economic and Legal Challenges Posed by Conflicts: National and International Perspective from 24-25 November 2022 in OFFLINE mode.

About the Amity Law School, Amity University Haryana

Amity University Haryana was established in the year 2010, vide Haryana (Private Universities) Act, 2006, as amended vide the Act of 2010. Amity Law School, one of its faculties, commenced functioning in the year 2011. Today we are the fastest growing Law School in NCR and can boast of a handsome strength of nearly 600 Students. Amity Law School has been ranked 36th in MDRA-India Today Ranking and 27th in NIRF Ranking in year 2022. The Law School regularly conducts various Competitions (Moot Courts, Debates, Essay Writing, Legislation Drafting, Quiz etc. at National Level), Conferences and Seminars at both National and International Levels.

About the Theme: Contemporary Social, Economic and Legal Challenges Posed by Conflicts

A Conflict is a struggle and a clash of interest, opinion, or even principles. Conflict will always be found in society; as the basis of conflict may vary from personal, racial, class, caste, to political, national or international. Conflict may also be emotional, intellectual, and theoretical, in which case academic recognition may, or may not be significant. Intellectual Conflict is a subclass of Cultural Conflict, a Conflict that tends to grow over time due to different cultural values and beliefs. Traditionally, the term 'Conflict' referred to conflicts between different nations-states and conflicts between people and organizations in different nations. Increasingly, however, it also applies to inter-group conflicts within one country when one group is fighting for independence or increased social, political, or economic power.

National or International Conflicts are conflicts between individuals and/or businesses which just happen to come from two different countries, and conflicts between different National Governments. They are similar in nature to private, domestic, interpersonal or business conflicts except that they are further complicated by multiple factors and an ambiguity in laws which will be applied. As compared to National, International Conflicts tend to be much more difficult to resolve. While this term was originally limited to conflicts between sovereign nation-states, in the last two decades, an increasing number of so-called 'International Conflicts' have actually been inter-group or communal conflicts within one country. In most of these cases, the issue in dispute has been the sovereignty of a particular ethnic group or region, and/or the equality of those ethnic groups in the political, social, and economic structures of their own societies.

Until recently, the concept of sovereignty suggested that other nations should not become embroiled in such 'internal' disputes. However, the human costs and changing values have made international intervention in these 'Domestic Conflicts' increasingly common.

The International Conference aims to provide an interdisciplinary forum for world-class academicians, policymakers, professionals, research scholars, students and people from many different fields and interests to discuss and exchange ideas about Social, Economic and Legal aspects of Conflict, in a broad way, from both Internal and International perspectives. The Conference will provide an opportunity to discuss current and future ideas and directions, research and international developments in the concerned areas, facilitating cooperation between various professionals from different countries as well as cross-fertilizing diverse areas of interest.

The Conference shall be of Six (6) Sessions

  1. Inaugural Session
  2. Four (4) Technical Sessions, and
  3. Valedictory Session


1. Armed Conflicts And Conflict Resolution

Sub-Sub Themes

i. Contribution of ICC and ICJ in Armed Conflict Resolution

ii. Role of International Organizations in Armed Conflicts

iii. Protection of Human Rights in Times of Conflicts

iv. Displacement Issues: Refugees, Asylum and Extradition Policies • Economic Impact of Armed Conflicts

2. Environmental Conflicts And Challenges

Sub-Sub Themes

i. Role of Judiciary in Curbing Environmental Challenges

ii. Efforts of International Organizations for Environment Protection

iii. Dispute Resolution in International Environment Conflicts

iv. Sustainable Development: Shift in National and International Policies

v. Climate Change: Current and Future Impediments

3. Social Inequalities Across Nations

Sub-Sub Themes

i. International Laws and Policies to Achieve Social Equality

ii. Judicial Bodies in Promoting Non-Discrimination

iii. Rights of Vulnerable and Marginalized Groups

iv. Role of Media in Reforming the Social Landscape

v. Corporate Responsibility for Social Reformation

4. Economic Instability And Legal Solutions

Sub-Sub Themes

i. Contribution of International Organizations in Protecting Economic Stability

ii. International Policies on Financial Industry to Maintain Stability

iii. International Commercial Arbitration for Dispute Resolution

iv. Advancement of Consumer Protection Regime

v. Economic Repercussions of Covid-19 and other Pandemic Scenario

Rules and Regulations


We cordially invite Research Papers on Theme, Sub-Themes and Sub-Sub Themes from Academicians, Researchers, Advocates, Students pursuing Law or any other Academic Degree as well as Professionals to contribute towards shaping the International Conference by their submissions.


  1. All submitted Conference Papers would be peer-reviewed by Review Committee and the selected Papers would be published in an Edited Book with ISBN.
  2. The Certificate of Presentation and Participation will be distributed to Participants.


a. The Participants are required to fill the Abstract Registration Form before sending the Abstract. Link for registration-

b. After selection of the Abstract, Participants have to fill the Participation Form (to be provided after selection) and send a scanned copy of the same to AUH at

c. The Registration shall be confirmed and communicated only after the receipt of the scanned copy of the duly filled Registration Form along with the payment of the Registration Fee.

d. The Abstract and Full Paper for the Conference should be submitted at

e. The subject of the E-mail must be "Submission for International Conference"

Submission Guidelines

a. Co-authorship is permissible (subject to an upper limit of 2 Authors per submission).

b. The main Author and/or presenting Author shall register separately. Abstract: 1. The maximum word limit must not exceed 350 words, including Keywords. 2. The Author(s) shall specify the Title of the Paper, name(s) of the Author(s), professional titles, e-mail address(es) and contact number.

c. All Abstracts should be submitted through e-mail only.

d. Relevant Keywords are to be mentioned in Abstracts.

e. The Author(s) should indicate the theme on which the Abstract is based. Note: The Abstracts shall be screened by the Review Committee. The Authors of the shortlisted Abstracts shall be intimated accordingly.

f. Paper: The maximum word limit must not exceed 7000 words (excluding footnotes). The Paper must be accompanied by a Cover Letter which shall include the following details:

i. Full Paper must have a cover page containing the following: A. Full name(s) of the Author(s) B. Institution/Organization/University C. Professional/Educational Details D. Email address(es) E. Contact number(s) F. Title of the Paper

ii. The Paper must be sent in MS Word format (.doc/.docx.) and PDF format.

iii. The Paper must be in Times New Roman, Font size 12 with 1.5 spacing.

iv. Alignment -Justified, No page borders, Margin 1 inch on each side.

v. The Paper must conform to the Bluebook style of citation, 20th edition.

vi. All submissions must be the original work of the Author(s), and must not have been submitted for publication/published elsewhere in any form. All the Papers will be subjected to strict plagiarism checks and any unattributed work is liable to be rejected.

Registration Fee


Indian Nationals

Foreign Nationals

Academicians and Professionals (Other than AUH)

Rs. 3000/

$ 70/- (USD)

Students and Research Scholars (Other than AUH)

Rs. 2500/-

$ 50/- (USD)

AUH Faculty

Rs. 2000/-

AUH Students

Rs. 1500/-

Note: In the case of Co-Authorship, both Authors are required to register individually.

Mode Of Payment

The method of payment shall be notified once the Abstracts are selected for the submission of the Full Paper.

Important Dates

Date of Official Notification: 30 August 2022

Last Date for Submission of Abstracts: 30 September 2022

Notification of Selection of Abstracts: 9 October 2022

Last date of Registration & Fee Payment: 21 October2022

Submission of Full Paper Date of Conference: 1 November 2022 24-25 November 2022

For Any Further Queries: E-mail us at:

Contact us:

Faculty Conveners:

Dr Monica Yadav- 9810706394

Mr Pranshul Pathak- 9717791230

Organising Secretaries:

Dr Ankita Sharma- 8739852596

Dr Archna Sehrawat- 9560135912

Student Conveners:

Ms Shambhavi Pandey- 9109414007

Mr Vaibhav Vats- 9833763993

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