Seventeen researchers from Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam attended a peer review workshop recently in Jakarta, part of an initiative aimed at expanding the research and writing skills of academics in Asia. Ultimately, the aim is to strengthen … Continue reading » “Researchers in Asia Take on Human Rights and Climate Change”Continue readingMore Tag
The First ASEAN Conference on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice recently took place in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Conference, “Enhancing crime prevention and criminal justice institutions for sustainable development of the ASEAN Community”, hosted by the Institute of Justice, … Continue reading » “First ASEAN Conference on Crime Prevention Held”Continue readingMore Tag
Five researchers from Southeast Asia that the Raoul Wallenberg Institute have been supporting will participate in a panel discussion Tuesday at the Southeast Asian Human Rights Network (SEAHRN) Conference in Bangkok.
The panel includes papers by researchers from Cambodia, Mynamar, … Continue reading » “Researchers from Vietnam, Myanmar and Cambodia to Talk on Human Rights”Continue readingMore Tag
This photo is from when Dr. Hassan Wirajuda was giving a lecture at the Centre for East and South-East Asian studies titled “The Permanent Court of Arbitration Ruling on the South China Sea: Implications for Indonesia and Beyond”?Continue readingMore Tag
Boualaphiane Sisouk teaches international law and human rights at the National University of Laos. She is one of the fellows who is spending the fall in Lund, working on her research project on current attitudes of ASEAN countries towards … Continue reading » “People Should Know More About Human Rights”Continue readingMore Tag
The Asia-Pacific Council for Juvenile Justice organized its second training event in Thailand this week. The council is a network of institutions and experts within the field of juvenile justice that is coordinated by the International Juvenile Justice Observatory.Continue readingMore Tag