Events - Rule of Law Programme Asia
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Separation of Powers
Theory and Practice
Expert talks on Separation of Powers were held in Kathmandu, Nepal in the context of the pending Constitutional process.
Decision-making in the Judiciary
The one day workshop covered the accountability of judges and lawyers in the German judicial system.
KAS Alumni Meeting
Environmental Law in Asia and Germany
A group of lawyers discusses in a three-day conference the impact of climate change on environmental legislation in Asia. At the same time, the alumni lawyers of KAS in Asia have their annual meeting.
Corruption Prevention in the Judiciary
Corruption can also threaten the judiciary. The conference in Manila discusses specific issues of prevention.
Constitution, Separation of Powers and Rule of Law
Constitutional Reform in Burma/Myanmar
The conference addresses issues of constitution, separation of powers and rule of law in democratic transition, of great imprtance for Myanmar after the opening in 2011. It is organized by UNSW and supported by KAS Rule of Law Programme Asia.
Freedom of Expression
Workshop for Lawyers
Lawyers from the region interested in human rights meet in Kuala Lumpur to study techniques to assist activists in criminal and civil trials.
Transboundary Pollution in ASEAN
Judges from ASEAN countries discussed actual issues of transboundary environmental pollution.
10th ALIN Meeting
Legal Development and Economic Model
Organized by Korea Legislation Research Institute (KLRI) and supported by Rule of Law Programme Asia of KAS, legal scholars from the region meet to exchange experiences as regards actual legal issues of their respective countries.
Climate Change and Energy
Progress in Asia
Leading experts from Asia came together to discuss legal issues of tackling and preventing climate change. Especially renewable energy sources and their promotion were in the focus of deliberations.
6th Summer Lecture on Global Constitutional Law
The Rule of Law Programme Asia in co-operation with academics of Peking University conducted its sixth lecture series for the summer lecture on global constitutional law for young Chinese lawyers and students of law in Beijing/China.