Events - Rule of Law Programme Asia
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Public Right to Information: Benefits, Implementation and Challenges
Transparency International Malaysia and the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung are organizing a conference on the Public Right to Information. The conference aims to raise the profile of the issues regarding the enactment of a Freedom of Information Act.
CRINIS-Workshop with TI-Malaysia
Fighting corruption in connection with political financing
In a field study, Transparency International – Malaysia is investigating the financing of political parties and elections for susceptibility to corruption. In this workshop, first intermediary results are discussed with politicians.
Media Defense Network Southeast Asia
The Center for International Law, the Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) and the Rule of Law Programme Asia of the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) are organizing the 2d South East Asia Media Defense Litigation Conference.
6th Conference of Asian Constitutional Court Judges
Constitutional Courts and Separation of Powers
The relation between Constitutional Courts and other state organs such as the Parliament, the Government or the Judiciary is often regarded as a difficult balance of powers. Different views and experiences will be discussed by the judges.
1st Consultation programme on Constitutional issues in Bhutan
The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan enacted its first constitution in 2008. Since then, a number of issues in constitutional law have arise in this young democracy. This first programme is organized with the Attorney General of Bhutan.
3rd Prosecutor's Training in the Philippines
So-called extra-judicial killings are a frequent phenomenon in the Philippines. Local prosecutors and their staff often lack full knowledge of the law and forensic experience. The 3rd programme of this kind takes place in Naga City, Bicol province.
1st Summer Lecture on Constitutional Law
In this summer course jointly organised with the Peking University, Prof. Cheryl Saunders (Australia) and Prof. Mahendra Singh (India) will teach the fundamentals of Constituional Law to about 100 scholars from various law schools in China.
Reporting on the Implementation of Human Rights Conventions
Many states are party to international conventions relating to Human Rights. Often however, they are not complying with their reporting duties resulting from those treaties. Here, the legal requirements will be explained and best practices showcased.
The Sixteenth ASEAN-ISIS Colloquium on Human Rights
The ASEAN Charter and Civil Society Involvement in Human Rights Protection and Promotion in Southeast Asia
On 25-28 Feb 2009 the ASEAN ISIS COLLOQUIUM ON HUMAN RIGHTS (AICOHR) will be held for the 16th time. Human rights organizations and their representatives from all over Southeast Asia will assemble in Manila to address current human rights issues.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights @ 60 and still not all is right
The Malaysian Bar Human Rights Committee will be hosting a human rights debate tournament to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. KAS Singapore supports this ambitious event as main sponsor.