Seminar Series on Cambodia 2011 Society and Law in Cambodia: The Issues on Peacebuilding in Post-Conflict State and Its Whereabouts

For 18 years since its promulgation of the constitution, Cambodia has been challenging many reforms, such as administrative reform, law reform and infrastructure building for economic development. How have these reforms changed Cambodian society and is its future? Is Cambodia society now really peaceful after experiencing violent conflict? Has the assistance from the international community contributed to Cambodia for consolidating its peace? In this seminar, Professor. Kuong Teilee, who is specialized in Cambodian law and law reform assistance, will talk about the issues on Cambodian law and international law reform assistance from the perspectives of peacebuilding.

  • Date : September 23 (Fri.), 2011, 14:30-16:30
  • Venue : The Conference Hall in Bldg.18 (Map), Komaba Campus, University of Tokyo
  • Speaker : Kuong Teilee (Associate Professor, Center for Asian Legal Exchange, Nagoya University)
  • Access : 5minute walk from the Komaba-Todaimae Station on the Keio Inokashira Line
  • Capacity : 150 people
  • Languages : Japanese
  • To Register : Visit PEFOC,J website
  • Organizer : People’s Forum on Cambodia, Japan (PEFOC, J)
  • Co-Organizer : Graduate Program on Human Security, University of Tokyo (HSP)
  • Contact : People’s Forum on Cambodia, Japan (PEFOC, J)
    TEL: 03-3834-2407
    FAX: 03-3835-0519

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