Transdisciplinary International Conference on The Coherence of Global Sustainability – A Way Forward

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Transdisciplinary International Conference on The Coherence of Global Sustainability – A Way Forward 7th & 8th September 2022 (Hybrid Mode)

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About the Conference

Transdisciplinary studies are a reflection of the changing patterns of knowledge production. The ubiquity of the transdisciplinary approach is indicative of an important intellectual shift and it represents cognitive. To understand and formulate better laws at present and in the future, a holistic approach to 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 the time we should expand our horizon beyond reductive views of the law and identify and resonate its significance in other disciplines. Legal studies must acknowledge the transformation of ideas and genres both within their own discipline and beyond its borders. The transdisciplinary approach promotes the capacity to integrate knowledge and modes of thinking drawn from two or more disciplines to produce cognitive advancement.

This International Transdisciplinary Conference is the 5th edition of the previous successful International Transdisciplinary Conferences organized in 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2021.

Main Theme of the Conference

With technological advancement and the synthetic development of mankind, the exploitation of natural and social resources has accelerated exponentially. Such accelerations have conducted varied practices such as hyper-consuming, commodification, etc, which are falsifying the previously consistent demand and supply matrix. Initially, the wants of the people were coherent with their contributing needs, but with the advent of such aforementioned practices, the customary preservation of ‘inter-generational equity’ has been impugned. A prudent question predicting the aforementioned premise shall ask for a legitimate solution to such endangerment of ‘equity’. Thus, the means to enhance and mandate such preservation gravitates around the principle of ‘Sustainability’.     

Sustainability, in ordinary parlance, can be construed as ‘maintaining the needs of the present without compromising the needs of the future. Such maintenance is the functional requirement of the society without which the social and financial systems are deemed to collapse. Elkington in his introduction of the concept of the Triple Bottom Line (TBL) or 3P (People, Planet and Profit) in 1994 identified three major issues to be addressed for integrating the sustainability quotient which are the economic profit, the societal aspects, and the environmental impact. United Nations have realized the pertinent need to address such issues of sustainability by formulating the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015 to set a target for the global community to be achieved by 2030.

Therefore, realizing the fiction of tomorrow, Amity Law School has leaped ahead in its flagship event ‘Transdisciplinary International Conference of 2022’ with the theme ‘Coherence of Global Sustainability – A Way Forward’. The theme is vividly based on an interplay of disciplinary conduct acting in harmony to maximize the preservation of resources and ensure sustainability in various facets of humanity. Given the current relevance of “sustainability” in almost all spheres of human existence, it becomes pertinent for academia too to rethink and assess our present situation and plan for the future. The world is also witnessing widespread disquiet. Various national and international organizations have taken lead in sensitizing and formulating policies for assimilating economic, environmental, and other related areas to attain sustainability in almost all the spheres of human existence.  The theme of this conference is very apposite as it aims to address and provide solutions for significant intertwined global sustainability issues in other streams too such as polity, economics, gender studies, sociology, law, environment, management, etc. by providing a platform for unprecedented discussions through a panel discussion followed by paper presentations by eminent scholars, academicians, sociologists, culturists, lawyers, administrators and other stakeholders from various disciplines.


  1. Sustainable poverty alleviation
  2. Challenges to zero hunger sustainability
  3. Rethinking the environment for global sustainability
  4. Fostering sustainability for health and well-being
  5. Quality education for sustainability
  6. Sanitation sustainability for community water
  7. Gender equality for sustainable development goals
  8. Clean energy solutions for better sustainability
  9. Diversity, equality & inclusion
  10. Legal dimensions of sustainability
  11. Human and nature dynamics for sustainability
  12. Global policy, diplomacy and sustainability
  13. Sustainability and competition law
  14. Sustainable business models for the future
  15. Constitutional outlook of sustainable development
  16. Community development by sustainable models
  17. Societal challenges to Sustainability
  18. Role of Women in Sustainability
  19. Diversity, inclusiveness, sustainability, and cultural latitude
  20. Industrial and infrastructural innovation for sustainability and productivity
  21. Social Entrepreneurial Ecosystem for a More Sustainable and Resilient Society
  22. Striking balance between Social Value Creation, Sustainability, and Resiliency
  23. Reforms to consolidation and sustainability for public financial management and economic growth.
  24. Role and responsibility of national and international organizations such as United Nations, WTO

Submission Guidelines


  • 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.
  • The abstract should be typed in Times New Roman, font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing.
  • The abstract shall be sent to with the subject line “Abstract – Transdisciplinary International Conference 2022”. All submissions shall be sent in .doc/.docx format only.
  • Intimation for acceptance/improvisation will be provided within a week from the last date of the submission of abstract.

Full Paper

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Bluebook 20th Edition/APA shall be strictly followed for footnoting. Do not mention references, only footnoting will be considered.
  • 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.
  • Selected papers may be published in an edited book by a reputed publisher with ISBN number.
  • Research papers with less than 10% plagiarism will only be considered for publication in the edited book.

Best Papers

The three best papers will be duly acknowledged.

Submission Deadlines

  • Extended Abstract Submission Deadline: 30th August 2022
  • Full Paper Submission Deadline: 15th September 2022
  • Last Date of Registration: 30th August 2022
  • Notification of Acceptance/Improvisation: Within 2-3 days of the submission of abstract/paper.

Paper Presentation Guidelines

  • Presenters are solely responsible for the creation of their presentations. 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 papers.
  • 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 2nd September 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 three minutes for questions.
  • For an online paper presentation, the presenter is required to keep the video and audio switched on mode. Presenters (s)are required to dress professionally and also have a decent background while giving presentations. All kinds of disturbances must be avoided.

Registration Details

Registration Fee –

  • Academicians/industry professionals- Rs 1000 (online mode) & Rs 1500 (physical mode)
  • Research Scholars/students- Rs 800 (online mode) & Rs 1200 (physical mode)
  • Attendee- Rs 300 (online mode) & Rs 600 (physical mode)
  • International Participants: $20 (online mode) & Rs $40 (physical mode)

Mode of payment:

*NOTE: The registration form is to be filled out after making the payment through the above portal. It is mandatory for every participant/attendee to register after making payment.

Important Dates

  • Abstract Submission Deadline: 25th August 2022
  • Full Paper Submission Deadline: 15th September 2022
  • Last Date of Registration: 30th August 2022

        Faculty Convener                                                                           Faculty Co-convener

       Ms. Swati Kaushal                                                                    Dr. Geetika Gupta

       Assistant Professor-II                                                              Assistant Professor-I

       Amity Law School, Noida                                                        Amity Law School, Noida  

       Student Conveners                                                                        Student Co-conveners

       Ms. Aeshana Singh                                                                  Mr. Aryan Sharma(+91 9319970157)

       Ms. Harshita Agarwal (+91 9997707111)                      Ms. Ishika Gupta (+91 9810050734)

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