Thursday, September 29, 2016

Call for proposals @ RGNIYD

Call for proposals
YOUTH AT RISK: FACILITATING THE BEST PRACTICES AND LESSONS LEARNED
1ST TO 3RD FEBRUARY 2016

Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development(RGNIYD) invites academicians and research scholars to share their work and best practices in the form of papers at a national level seminar on youth at Risk. The themes in focus for the seminar are, 
Education and Employment: Out-of-School Youth, School Dropouts, Youth Neither in Education Employment or Training (NEET)
Gender, Youth and Social Inclusion: Disabled Youth, LGBT, Forced Migration, Refugees
Youth in Conflict with Law: Naxalism, Terrorism, Youth Delinquency, Youth living in Conflict Affected areas
Health and Well-being: Malnutrition, Substance Abuse, Human Trafficking. 
A workshop for the sharing of best practices and lessons learned by the Civil Society Organizations will also be organized during the seminar. Papers are invited from Non-governmental organisations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and other Civil Society Institutions, including media for the Workshop.
Dates to Remember
For Research Scholars/Academicians
Last Date for Submission of Extended Abstracts: 31 October, 2016
Communication about Acceptance of Extended Abstract: 10 November, 2016
Last Date for Submission of Full Paper: 15 December 2016
Last Date for Registration: 22 December, 2016
For Civil Society Organizations
Last date for submission of Papers: 31 October  2016
Communication of Acceptance: 15th November 2016
Last Date for Registration: 22 December, 2016
For further details/ clarifications, visit http://www.rgniyd.gov.in

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