Policy drafting –

The LHSS (Law, Humanities & Social Sciences) Collective is coming out with its first edition of Policy Drafting Competition. As unscrupulous digital data collection poses a threat to our privacy and erodes trust in an ever intrusive digital healthcare system, a policy addressing digital healthcare privacy becomes critical. One that safeguards personal data, ensures informed consent, mandates robust security measures, and upholds legal compliance, all of which are essential for ethical and secure digital healthcare practices.
This competition offers a valuable opportunity for individuals to learn the nuances of policy drafting and hone their skills in that respect. Participants will gain insights into the entire drafting process, from identifying issues to striking a balance between idealism and pragmatism. Policy drafting enhances the capacity to observe current legal issues, propose solutions, and broaden their knowledge, analytical skills, and interpretation of the law. This event aims to provide a platform to tackle the pressing concern of privacy in the current digital healthcare framework. The competition seeks innovative policy solutions to address existing issues and aims to instil the importance and understanding of policy drafting among them. It encourages critical and creative thinking and inspires participants to develop innovative policies and contribute to overcoming challenges.

Symposium 2024 –

The LHSS International Symposium is a two-day virtual event that brings together scholars, students, and legal professionals to explore the dynamic interplay between law and social sciences. Building on the success of the first edition, this edition of the competition, being held on 11 – 12 May 2024, aims to foster a deeper understanding of crises faced by law. Over the period of two days, this symposium would feature some of the prominent voices in the field.  

Symposium 2023 – 

After three days of invigorating discourse (12 May -14 May), the LHSS Collective’s symposium on the intersection of law and humanities and social sciences has drawn to a close, leaving participants inspired and enlightened. From thought-provoking abstracts to engaging discussions, the event provided a platform for scholars and practitioners to delve into the complex interplay between legal frameworks and societal dynamics. Throughout the symposium, attendees were privileged to hear from some of the most eminent voices in the field, whose expertise illuminated new perspectives and avenues for exploration. As the curtains fall on this enlightening gathering, the reverberations of collaborative inquiry and interdisciplinary exchange are sure to resonate far beyond its conclusion, shaping the future discourse at the nexus of law, humanities, and social science.

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