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Transdisciplinary International Conference by Amity Law School, Noida

Register by September 07, 2023.

Transdisciplinary International Conference on Navigating and Fostering the Equitable World: Rebuilding Resilience for G20

 12th & 13th September 2023 – Hybrid Mode


Concept Note

The culmination of G20 proceedings along with ‘University Connect’ aims to harbour an all-inclusive outcome of the G-20 summit. In a time where multilateralism has taken a beating around the world through the isolationist policies of few leaders, India is rapidly filling the gap to bring agreements to a table without conflict, directing to solve global problems that need collective effort. At this point in time, with increasing global temperatures, terrorism, border aggression, market volatilities, all tied to the impending and major crisis of Climate Change, India is taking the charge by launching major global initiatives like the International Solar alliance (ISA) and Coalition for Disaster Resilient Infrastructure (CDRI).

India realizes that Multilateralism is needed more than ever before however with its conspicuous decline being replaced by self- interest policy making obstructing interconnected supply chains and information channels. The G20 is an opportunity at an opportune time to bring consensus between major countries to strengthen the global agenda and solve development challenges, climate, and energy and security challenges

G20 – University Connect

India assumed the G20 presidency on December 1, 2022, with this the G-20 forum under the Indian leadership, will witness the largest-ever participation with 43 Heads of Delegations in the final New Delhi Summit in September 2023. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas (Leave no one behind) is fused in with India’s execution of its G-20 presidency. G20 is a unique grouping accounting for 85 percent of the global GDP, 75 percent of global trade, and 65 percent of the world’s population. As the leader of the Global South; India with its indispensable role in multilateral forums like the G20 is championing the cause of being the articulate voice of the unheard nations.

Internally, the G20 Indian presidency has received unprecedented national acceptance with the help of the government’s massive outreach campaigns, educating people about India’s role in the Global order and seeking suggestions from the public to form an inclusive G-20 Agenda from India to the world. In the aftermath of the COVID pandemic; the role of specialized international forums has increased to focus on urgent development agendas; including Sustainable development, Health, Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Climate change, and Anti-corruption. Subsequently, India’s theme for its presidency is enshrined in the civilisational value system of ‘Vasudeva Kutumbakam’: One Earth, One Family, One future, with an emphasis to recalibrate the much-needed global governance for a hyper-connected world.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has ensnared the nation to prepare for the G 20 summit subsequently, increasing its efficacy to solve the challenges that lie ahead for all of us. Government institutions are working tirelessly to merge their existing goals with the G20 agenda to have a comprehensive impact on the proceedings of the year-long high-level consultations and meetings being indiscriminately organised around the country. These meetings cover a wide agenda specific to development challenges in high GDP countries; Business community (B20), Civil society (C20), Labor unions (L20), Scientists (S20), Think tanks (T20), Urban cities (U20), Women (W20) and Youth (Y20) from the G20 and with recent addition by India Startups (S20). Besides the engagement groups of high-level professionals deliberating on synergies for cohesive outcomes with the G20 members’ countries, Prime Minister has also initiated a campaign to engage with students from 75 universities in approximately 56 locations across India. The intended purpose of this marathon of lectures across the nation is to engage with the youth in the G-20 process and sensitise them to the deliberation during the presidency and the impact it bears for them.

About the Organizers

Amity Law School, Noida, AUUP

Amity University is a leading research private university established in 2005 under a State Act. It is recognised by the University Grants Commission (UGC) and accredited by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with an “A+” grade. The University has twenty-one campuses in India and eight international locations. It provides higher education in diverse disciplines, including an excellent law program through Amity Law School. Amity Law School, Noida, has been conferred the South Asia Legal Excellence Award, the best emerging Law school award by SILF and MILAT, and the “Promising Law School‟ award by Legal Desire. The Law School is committed to preparing the next generation of fully equipped legal professionals to face the profession’s demands. It is focused on the student experience and aims to provide an intellectually stimulating learning environment for its nearly five thousand students. The Law School’s curriculum integrates learning about legal concepts with practical training, and its legal academics work collaboratively toward achieving these goals. The Law School presently offers three undergraduate five-year LLB programmes: BA LLB (H), BBA LLB (H) and B.Com LLB (H). It also provides a three-year LLB along with an LLM and PhD.

About the Conference

Transdisciplinary studies are a reflection of the changing patterns of knowledge production. Ubiquity of transdisciplinary approach is indicative of an important intellectual shift, and it represents cognitivity. To understand and formulate better laws at present and in future, a holistic approach in acquainting with other disciplines becomes indispensable. Transdisciplinary concepts have become necessary because differentiation and specialization of knowledge in discrete categories have become a law of being in the 21st century. It is time we expand our horizon beyond reductive views of the law and identify and resonate its significance in other disciplines. Legal studies must acknowledge transformation of ideas and genres both within their own discipline and beyond its borders. Transdisciplinary approach promotes the capacity to integrate knowledge and modes of thinking drawn from two or more disciplines to produce a cognitive advancement.

This International Transdisciplinary Conference is the 6th edition to the previous successful International Transdisciplinary Conferences organized since 2017.


The conference will aim to provide comprehensive overview of the current state of these themes and their significance in accelerating India’s economic growth in the coming years. The conference will also aim to identify new avenues of research and provide recommendations for future initiatives to further enhance India’s economic growth while ensuring sustainability and social inclusiveness.


This international conference platform dealing with experts and scholars will certainly led their insights and findings on the themes relating to India’s economic growth towards G20- Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ leading to One Earth- One Family- One Future.


  1. Legal dimensions of Sustainability
  2. Green inclusive growth and climate-green financing in sustainable development
  3. Interplay of law, governance, and economic development
  4. Bridging the gender gap in labour force
  5. Fostering sustainability and resilience in attaining food security
  6. Anti-corruption initiatives for achieving transparency and integrity of public and private sector
  7. Challenges to zero hunger sustainability
  8. Culture, cultural heritage and creative economy by streamlining economic, social and environmental dimensions of development
  9. Digital transformation (futuristic and emerging technologies) for enhancing public participation for inclusive social and economic growth
  10. Mitigation and adaptation to climate change
  11. Strengthening education sector through equitable access of technological tools and digitalization and financing
  12. Addressing labour, employment, and social issues for enhancing job-rich growth
  13. Energy efficiency and renewable energy innovation, technology, and financing
  14. Equitable health for present and future sustainability
  15. Culture as a ‘global public goal’ for sustainable development of commerce through connectivity and collaboration
  16. Reformation of legal and policy regime on various goals of G20
  17. Reinventing framework for urban governance and planning
  18. One health’ for facilitating scientific infrastructure for global good
  19. Role of cities in Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)
  20. Promoting Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) for achieving G20 goals
  21. Crime and security in the age of AI and metaverse
  22. Promoting tourism by mitigating common challenges

*Note: Any paper which is not covered within the above sub-themes but is aligned with the main theme of the conference will also be considered for presentation.

Submission Guideline

  1. The abstract shall not exceed 300 words. It should include the title of the paper, keywords, the presenter’s name, designation, institutional affiliation, mailing address, contact number and E- mail ID.
  2. The abstract should be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing.
  3. The abstract shall be sent to with the subject line ‘Abstract – Transdisciplinary International Conference 2023’. All submissions shall be sent in .doc/.docx format only.
  4. Intimation for acceptance/improvisation will be provided within a week from the last date of the submission of abstract.
  5. A conference proceedings consisting of abstracts which are selected for presentation during the conference will be published with ISBN.
  6. Co- Authorship of maximum one person is allowed. Separate payments are to be made by each author.
Full Paper
  1. The length of full paper including tables, diagrams, illustrations, references, etc. should be 3000-8000 words. The paper should be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing.
  2. The footnotes must be typed in Times New Roman, font size 10 with single spacing. The margin of 1 inch on all sides must be maintained throughout the paper.
  3. Bluebook 20th Edition/APA shall be strictly followed for footnoting. Do not mention references, only footnoting will be considered.
  4. The full      paper   should be        submitted        in         soft            copy    and shall          be        sent      to with the subject line ‘Full Paper – International Conference’ along with the certificate of originality duly filled by the presenter(s). All submissions should be sent in .doc/.docx format only.
  5. Selected papers may be published in an edited book by a reputed publisher with ISBN number.

Note: Research papers with less than 10% plagiarism will only be considered for publication in the edited book.

Best Paper

Best paper presentations from each technical sessions will be duly acknowledged.

Submission Deadlines

  • Extended Abstract Submission Deadline: 30th August 2023
  • Full Paper Submission Deadline: 10th September 2023
  • Last Date of Registration: 7th September 2023

Notification of Acceptance/Improvisation: Within a week of the submission of abstract/paper.

Paper Presentation Guidelines

  • Presenters are solely responsible for the creation of their presentation. The presentation should be based on the approved/accepted paper but may include updates and related additional content. A paper must be presented otherwise it will not be published. Only the listed presenters may present their paper.
  • For a successful and productive conference, all presenters should adhere to the following guidelines:
  • PowerPoint Presentation (PPT) is encouraged for presentation at the conference. The selected participants are required to email their final PPT by 17th August 2022.
  • All presentations are to be in English. The presenter(s) should be able to understand and respond to audience questions in English.
  • Presentations should be of 8-10 minutes which shall be inclusive of 3 minutes for questions.
  • During the presentation, the presenter is required to keep the video and audio switched on mode. Presenter(s)are required to dress professionally and also have a decent background while giving presentation. All the kinds of disturbances must be avoided.

Registration Details

Registration Fee


Fee for physical mode

Fee for online mode


Rs. 1000

Rs. 800


Rs. 1200

Rs. 1000

International participant




Rs. 600

Rs. 500

* Payment is to be made by each author separately.

Mode of payment

(A)       Online Payment portal will be available shortly.

Important Dates

 Extended Abstract submission deadline

     30th August 2023

 Full paper submission deadline

     10th September 2023

 Last date for registration with payment

     7th September 2023


Patron-in-Chief – Dr. Ashok K. Chauhan (Founder President, Amity Education Group)

Patron – Dr. Atul Chauhan (Chancellor, Amity University)

Co-Patron – Prof. (Dr.) Balvinder Shukla (Vice Chancellor, Amity University, Uttar Pradesh)

Conference Advisor – Prof. (Dr.) D. K. Bandyopadhyay (Chairman, Amity Law Schools)

Conference Chair – Prof. (Dr.) Shefali Raizada (Jt. HOI/Addl. Director, Amity Law School, Noida)  

Co-Convener – Ms. Alaknanda, Assistant Professor

Convener – Ms. Swati Kaushal, Assistant Professor

Student Convener – Ms. Harshita Agarwal

Student Co-Convener – Ms. Roshni Agarwal & Mr. Rohit Pitti



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