HSP Seminar no.164 International Assistance in Promoting Legal Reforms and Its Implications for Human Security

This seminar discusses the latest trend of international cooperation and assistance in promoting legal reform in the three former Indochinese countries and legal cooperation initiatives involving other ASEAN countries. We will think about this international phenomenon from different perspectives: international law, international and regional politics, the globalization factor and domestic constitutional law debates. We also examine some existing critiques and technical challenges at the theoretical level. The objective of these talks is to familiarize participants with the theories and practices of international cooperation and the growing trends of cross-border technical legal assistance, particularly that provided by some donor countries and institutions to countries undergoing political and economic transitions.

  • Date : February 7 (Thu.), 2013, 14:40-16:30
  • Venue : Classroom 515, Bldg.5, Komaba Campus, University of Tokyo (map)
  • Lecturer : Kong Teilee (Associate Professor, Nagoya University)
  • Organizers : Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, University of Tokyo
    Graduate Program on Human Security (HSP)
    Research Center for Sustainable Peace, Institute of Advanced Global Studies (IAGS)
    Center for Documentation of Refugees and Migrants (CDR)

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