Blogpost Series on Sector Transgressions in Asia

Furthering Private Sector Accountability for Public Service Delivery in India

The authors of the post explore the ways in which regulation facilitates the capture of public service provision by the private sector in India through ‘transitional arrangements’.
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Blogpost Series on Sector Transgressions in Asia

The Unchecked Power of Indonesia’s Tech Giants

The post explores how ‘super-apps’—apps which connect users to multiple services and functions, often including public services—are being foregrounded by the pandemic.
Blog Posts on Sector Transgressions in Asia

The Crutch of Big Tech

Ms Nadkarni looks at government decision-making power in relation to pandemic technologies and how that determines the power of the private sector in the public sphere.
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Blog Post Series on Sector Transgressions in Asia

Transgression through a Sector — On COVID-19, power and technology

In this post, Ms. Marda notes that more attention has to be paid to the ways in which private sector firms are actively creating public-sector demands.
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A Collection of Essays

Regulating Cyberspace - Perspectives From the Private Sector in Asia

In collabration with Observer Research Foundation, India, KAS is delighted to bringforth this publication. Click the link below to access the publication.
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20th October 2021

BOOK LAUNCH OF THE MARINE PLASTIC POLLUTION AND THE RULE OF LAW

Board of Editors: Linda Yanti Sulistiawati and Rose-Liza Eisma-Osorio

Welcome

The Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, which is named after the first Chancellor of the Federal Republic of Germany, is one of Germany’s political foundations. With its international activities and projects, the KAS realizes a substantial contribution to international cooperation and understanding. Here we present the Foundation’s Rule of Law Programme Asia.

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Rule of Law Rules Podcast
#12: Ivan Rašić on Legal Technology in Southeast Europe
Rašić works at “Start it smart”, the biggest entrepreneurship club in Bulgaria. Their goal is to spread the entrepreneurship culture and way of thinking among the young people.
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#11: Hannah Lim on Legal Technology in South East Asia
As Head of Rule of Law and Emerging Markets at LexisNexis in Singapore, Hannah identifies areas where LexisNexis can, leveraging on technology, support the rule of law.
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#10: Dr. Rene Fernando Urueña on Legal Technology in Latin America
Rene Fernando Urueña is a lawyer and an Associate Professor at the Universidad de los Andes in Colombia. He is a specialist in Public International Law and in economics.
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#9: Odunoluwa Longe on Legal Technology in Africa
Odunoluwa is the head of “HiiL Innovation Hub Head” for West Africa and she founded DIYlaw, an award-winning and leading legal technology start up in Africa
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#8: Nico Kuhlmann on Legal Technology in Europe
Nico advises technology companies in disputes with a focus on intellectual property law. We speak with him about legal technology and the access to justice in Europe.
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#7: Suzanna Kalendzhian on Legal Technology in the Middle East
Suzanna is Co-founder and CEO of Legal Advice Middle East, a company, that helps people to get online access to justice.
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#6: Lee San Natalie Pang on the General Data Protection Regulation & its influence in Southeast Asia
For the last episode of our first series “Data Protection” we go to Asia and take a closer look at the Southeast with Dr Lee San Natalie Pang, our expert on Data Protection.
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#5: Ridwan Oloyede about the GDPR and its influence in African legal framework
Ridwan Oloyede is co-founder of a Nigerian start-up, that helps businesses to achieve operational excellence through the reliable and efficient application of technology.
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#2: Ioana Stupariu on the GDPR's influence in South East Europe
Ioana Stupariu works with tech and healthcare start-ups and companies across Central and Eastern Europe. And she researches on Data protection & Privacy.
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#3: Eduardo Magrani on Data Protection in Latin America
We speak with Eduardo Magrani about the General Data Protection Regulation and its influence in Brazilian and Latin American legal framework.
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