Alexis Center for Women’s Development: Call for Articles

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ABOUT:

Alexis Centre for Women’s Development (ACWD) is a Centre for Excellence of Alexis Foundation at Mumbai, India. The Centre was officially inaugurated on 25th December, 2012 and is run under the leadership of its Founder Chairperson, Ms. Arzin A. Ansari. Alexis Foundation is India’s most diversified youth-led think tank which conducts research and provides consultancy in areas such as public policy, strategy, law, management, economics and information technology. Registered as a Public Charitable Trust under Indian Trusts Act, 1882. It is a participant in United Nations Global Compact, United Nations Civil Society Network and Government of India’s NGO Partnership System.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

We wish to feature articles by working women who have secured for themselves a niche position in their respective organizations and students from across the nation to voice their opinion about various women related problems existing in this country. Articles from working professional would enable the youth to gain exposure from practical experiences of their life and the challenges they faced to reach the apex of their organizations thus enlightening the youth with women related problems.

Submit your article on any contemporary topic related to women rights for the first edition of our Online Magazine.

WORD LIMIT:

Please keep your article to approximately 3,000 words.

MAINTAIN A FOCUS:

Your article should focus on a legal, law-related or any general topic related to women’s development, rights related to women and women empowerment. Any policy analysis or reports on women rights situation can be described in your article.

FORMATTING:

Your article should include an introduction, background information, analysis, and a conclusion. The introduction draws the reader’s attention, sets out your article, and provides a roadmap for your article. Concise background information provides the reader with a historical context, including relevant country condition information, a history of pertinent legal developments, and other information that aids in analyzing the issues explored in your article. 

This section is especially helpful to readers not familiar with your topic. Analysis includes the legal and policy implications of the article’s subject matter. The conclusion generally includes recommendations or predictions. If quoting any facts then footnotes are necessary to state the source of your information.

Submit your article to [email protected]