We learned of a call for papers for a conference in the field of law, human rights and religion at Nottingham Trent University. Here the call:
On Monday 16th December 2019, for the fourth year running, Nottingham Law School’s Centre for Rights and Justice will be holding its one day Flashpoints conference exploring themes which ignite debate in the field of Law, Human Rights and Religion.
The year 1620 saw the voyage of the Mayflower, an event which has come to have iconic significance. At the cusp of the four-hundredth anniversary, issues of religious intolerance, displacement, emigration and persecution continue to be extremely prominent in legal and public discourse. With this in mind, proposals are particularly welcomed on the following themes:
- Conscientious objection
- Freedom of religious expression
- Emigration, displacement and asylum on the grounds of conscience and religion
- Historical Papers
As always however, we will be pleased to receive proposed papers relating to the wider theme of Law, Human Rights and Religion. For further details, please follow this link to our website, or email email@example.com.
Guidance for Submissions
- Submissions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
- The following information must be contained within your submission email: Your name, the proposed title and an abstract of no more than 200 words.
- You are not required to submit a paper with your presentation.
- Submissions must be received by 5pm on Friday 1st November 2019.
Format for Presentations and Papers
- Presentations should be approximately 20 minutes in length.
- You are very welcome to use Powerpoint slides if you wish, but there is no requirement to do so.
- Please note that only PowerPoint presentations can be accommodated. For technical reasons, we regret that alternative software (such as Prezi) cannot be used.
More info here