5th World Congress on
Wmen & Girl Child- 2017

3 track, 3 conference days, 4 workshops, 100 excellent speakers


15th, 16th, & 17th of November 2017
Starting at 9am


J.N.TATA Auditorium,
Indian Institute of Science,
Bengaluru, India

Social Welfare

Local activists who have recently been operative in various areas of human rights activism will help us conceptualize how the concept of intersectionality can inform resistance to injustice, can promote human rights and social justice, and can identify and address unmet human needs.

5th World Congress on Women & Girl Child- 2017 conference will discussed to strengthen, support, and unify the social work profession, to promote the development of social work standards and practice, and to advocate for social policies that advance social justice and diversity.

We welcome contributions addressing social, political and moral theory, alongside empirical studies of the impacts of austerity – but in both respects, with a focus on the application of key ideas and values in social justice to issues of pressing practical concern.

The unequal distribution of global wealth and resources has always been a complex issue for all societies. Also, it causes conflicts among countries. Social work is committed to social justice, aiming to eliminate disparities among people and enhance resilience of all.

Ensuring marginalized people and those living in poverty have greater participation in decision making which affects their lives. Issues and themes are: social welfare and theories of equality, personalization and structural inequality, impacts of income inequality, global interdependencies, fairness, private sector provision and social justice, care and/versus justice, redistribution and recognition, relevance of traditional ethical theories, neoliberalism and its alternatives, inclusion and participation, marginalized voices, charity and responsibilities of the rich.


5th World Congress on Women & Girl Child- 2017


J.N.TATA Auditorium,
Indian Institute of Science,
Bengaluru, India.