All Past Events

Here you can find an overview of all CPG events. Every year, CPG organizes between 30 to 40 events, with hundreds of speakers from numerous countries.

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2017

International Refugee Law: U.S. Practice and Current Challenges to Refugee Protection

8 September 2017, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University (Tha Prachan Campus)

Jennifer Prestholdt, Deputy Director and Director of International Justice Program of The Advocate for Human Rights

“International Refugee Law: US Practice and Current Challenges to Refugee Protection”

 

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Ensuring the Rule of Law Between China and Vietnam: Development and Prospects of the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea

10 August 2017, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University (Tha Prachan Campus)

 

Dr. Nguyen Toan Thang, Deputy Director, Institute of Comparative Law, Hanoi University of Law

 

Ensuring the Rule of Law Between China and Vietnam: Development and Prospects of the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea”

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Law Studies in Germany: Experiences, Possibilities and Prospects

8 August 2017, Jitti Tingsabadh Room, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Jan Just Blezinger, Counsellor (Press and Cultural) of The Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

Henning Glaser, Director of German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Germany and German Law: Experiences from Thailand” 

Warawit Kanithasen, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Kittisak Prokati, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Wararat Kaikhoontod, Office of the Administrative Courts of Thailand

Thitiwoot Techapun, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Avenues to Study German Law: Essence, Preparation, Support”

Duc Quang Ly, Project Manager of German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Awarding Ceremony for CPG Summer School 2016-2017 Scholarship Holders

Henning Glaser, Director of German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

 

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Protean Institution: The Impact of the Changing Composition of Parliament on Indian Democracy

24 July 2017, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Dr. Ronojoy Sen, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore

“Protean Institution: The Impact of the Changing Composition of Parliament on Indian Democracy”

 

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Legal Problems related to Nationality and Rights of People Residing in Thailand

10 July 2017, Sukosol Hotel, Bangkok

Receiving of Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn lead by NHRCT’s Chairperson accompanied by the Commissioner together with the organizing committee to the seminar room.

NHRCT’s Chairperson offered the report to Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn addressed the opening speech and listened to lectures

Mr. Grisada Boonrach, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Interior

“Statelessness situation and Thailand’s solutions”

Presentation: “Problems related to nationality and their solution: lesson from Europe”

Prof. Jean-Pierre Theron, Universite de Toulouse

Mr. Henning Glaser, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn visited the exhibition in parallel with Mrs. Tuenjai Deetes, National Human Rights Commissioner

Mrs. Tuenjai Deetes moderator for Panel Discussion: “Problems and guidelines on amending personal status law in Thailand: Nationality Law, Immigration Law, and Civil Registration Law” 

Representative from the Department of Provincial Administration

Representative from Office of the Security Council

Representative from the Immigration Bureau

Representative from Special Branch Royal Thai Police

Ms. Darunee Paisanpanichkul

 

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CPG Summer Academy 2017

26 June – 6 July 2017, Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany 

Ingwer Ebsen “Introduction to the German Legal System and to the Program”

Niels Petersen “Proportionality in Human Rights Law”

Mattias Goldmann “The Eurozone Monetary and Financial Crisis”

Stefan Kadelbach “European Union Law”

Helmut Siekmann “Introduction to German Constitutional Law”

Christoph Burchard “Comparative Criminal Justice”

Georg Hermes “Administrative Law in the Federal State”

Astrid Wallrabenstein “German Public Health Law”

Ulrich Jan Schröder “60 Years Treaties of Rome – Crisis of the EU and Reform Options”

Ingwer Ebsen “Federalism in the German Constitution”

Guido Pfeifer “Ancient Legal History”

Conelius Prittwitz “An Overview and Principles of German Criminal Law”

Bernd Waas “Introduction to German and European Labour Law”

Günter Frankenberg “Comparative Constitutional Law”

Albrecht Cordes “The Medieval “Sachsenspiegel” (Mirror of the Saxons)”

Jens Gal “General Principles of German Civil Law”

Moritz Bälz “Comparative Tort Law”

Dirk Ehlers “The Fundamental Freedoms of the European Union”

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Local Self-Government in Thai-German Perspectives

4 July 2017, Ariston Hotel, Bangkok

Michael Glos, former Minister of Economics and Technology of Germany

“The Philosophy and Culture of Municipal Self-Administration in Germany”

Siegfried Herzog, Head, Regional Office Southeast Asia and East Asia, Friedrich Naumann Stiftung

Lasse Schuldt, DAAD Expert Lecturer, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Kasit Piromya, National Reform Steering Assembly

Wasan Luangprapat, Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University

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Conflict Resolution and Connectivity – A Socio/Technological Experiment

15 June 2017, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Jean Jonathan Bogais, Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Social and Political Sciences, The University of Sydney, Australia

“Conflict Resolution and Connectivity – A Socio/Technological Experiment”

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A Hotbed for Crises: Increasing Stakes and Growing Tensions in the South China Sea

14 June 2017, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Kittisak Prokati, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Karl-Peter Schönfisch, Director, Laos/Thailand Office, Hanns Seidel Foundation

Kevin Downey, Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University, Thailand

“Rule Breaking, Hegemony, and the South China Sea: Chinese Tactics of Position in the International Order”

Li Nan, East Asian Institute, National University Singapore, Singapore

“The PLA’s Southern Theater”

Bansho Koichiro, Advisor to National Security Council, Japan Ground Self Defense Force (Ret.) Former Commander, Southwest Army, Japan

“Japan’s Perspective on the SCS”

Jean Jonathan Bogais, Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Social and Political Sciences, The University of Sydney, Australia

Kasit Piromya, National Reform Steering Assembly Thailand

Bansho Koichiro, Advisor to National Security Council, Japan Ground Self Defense Force (Ret.) Former Commander, Southwest Army, Japan

Li Nan, East Asian Institute, National University Singapore, Singapore

Jean Jonathan Bogais, Adjunct Associate Professor, School of Social and Political Sciences, The University of Sydney, Australia

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Civil Military Relations: Agency, Habitus, and the Logic of Practice

27 April 2017, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Christopher Ankersen, Chief, Security and Safety Section Bangkok, United Nations Department of Safety and Security

“Civil Military Relations: Agency, Habitus, and the Logic of Practice”

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

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Constitutional Politics under the 2017 Constitution: Peculiarities & Prospects

30 May 2017, German Residence, Bangkok

Peter Prügel, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany

Prajak Kongkirati,Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat Universi

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Attakrit Patchimnan, Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University

Marwaan Macan-Markar, Nikkei Asian Review

Imesh Pokharel, Southeast Asian Regional, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

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Child Pornography: Making Investigations More Effective – Law Enforcement and Civil Society Perspectives

29 March 2017, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan, Bangkok

Karl-Peter Schönfisch, Director, Laos/Thailand Office, Hanns Seidel Foundation

Jan Kliem, Programme Officer, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Bernhard Egger, Central Investigation Services Division, State Office of Criminal Investigation Bureau, Munich, Federal Republic of Germany

Khemachart Prakyhongmanee, Bureau of Foreign Affairs and Transnational Crime, Department of Special Investigation (DSI)

Apichart Hattasin, Thailand Internet Crime Against Children (TICAC), Royal Thai Police

Christian Ehrlich, Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), Liaison Office Bangkok

Joseph Fonseca, Assistant Legal Attaché, FBI

Input Presentations and Discussion Forum Part 2:

Moden Yi, APLE Cambodia

Tania Anguelova, ECPAT International

Sudarat Sereewat, Executive Director, FACE Foundation Thailand

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Human Rights & Criminal Law in Asia

27 March 2017, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Sang-Won Lee, Faculty of Law, Seoul National University, South Korea

“Criminal Justice & Constitutional Adjudication”

Narendra Jatna, Jakarta District Attorney General, Indonesia

“The Protection of Human Rights in Criminal Law in Indonesia”

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Education for sustainable development in the ASEAN region

24-25 March 2017, Hotel SOMA DHEVI Resort and Spasiem Reap, Cambodia

Khim Bunsong, Governor of Siem Reap, Cambodia

Education for sustainable development in the ASEAN region

Wittayakorn Chiengkul, Honorary Dean of Rangsit University, Thailand

Mr. Henning Glaser, Director of German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Poliry and Good Governance (CPG) at Thammasat University-Faculty of Law

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Compliance Across Asia

11-12 January 2017, Holiday Inn Sukhumvit 22, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Karl-Peter Schönfisch, Director, Laos/Thailand Office, Hanns Seidel Foundation

Bartosz Makowicz, Director, Viadrina Compliance Center, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)

Noor Naqschbandi, Director, Alliance for Integrity

Will Phua, Senior Regional Compliance Officer Asia Pacific, Thyssenkrupp

Christin Grothaus, Lecturer, Mahidol University, Bangkok

Vincent Yambao, Sub-Regional Compliance Officer, Merck Group

Peter Fissenewert, Partner, Buse Heberer Fromm

Wieslaw Czyżowicz, Secretary of State of the Republic of Poland (ret.), Warsaw University of Economics

Lino Arboleda, Export Control Specialist, GE Global Operations, Legal Shared Services, Singapore

Promchai Snitwongse, Expert on Investigation and Suppression/Kansakol Indrasawat, Senior Customs Officer, Customs Department, Ministry of Finance of Thailand

Noor Naqschbandi, Director, Alliance for Integrity

Thomas Thomas, Chief Executive Officer, ASEAN CSR Network

Elodie Beth, Regional Anti-Corruption Advisor, UNDP Regional Asia Pacific Office Bangkok

Sirilaksana Khoman, Chair, Economic Sector Corruption Prevention, National Anti-Corruption Commission, Thailand

Christine Uriarte, Senior Legal Expert, OECD Anti-Corruption Division

Leas Bachatene, Chief Executive Officer, ethiXbase

Cynthia Gabriel, Founding Director, The Centre to Combat Corruption and Cronyism (C4)

Lasse Schuldt, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Leas Bachatene, Chief Executive Officer, ethiXbase

Ronald Goon, Senior Director Business Practices & Compliance, Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceuticals

Ng Lee Meng, Chief Legal and Compliance, Allianz Indonesia

Michelle Juan, Business Development Consultant, Asia Pacific, Trace International

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2016

‘Will there be peace in Asia Pacific in 2017?’ – Defence strategies and regional security in Asia Pacific

December 28-29, 2016, Sukosol Hotel, Bangkok

Klaus Larres, Member, Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in Princeton, USA
“Asia Pacific Defence Strategies of the Major Powers: USA”

Hall Gardner, Chair, Department of International and Comparative Politics, American University of Paris, France
“Asia Pacific Defence Strategies of the Major Powers: Russia”

Koichiro Bansho, Advisor, National Security Council, Cabinet Secretariat, Government of Japan, Japan
“Asia Pacific Defence Strategies of the Major Powers: Japan”

Li Nan, Senior Research Fellow, East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore
“Asia Pacific Defence Strategies of the Major Powers: China”

Ashok Hukku, former Chief Military Intelligence Advisor in the Cabinet Secretariat at New Delhi, India
“Asia Pacific Defence Strategies of the Major Powers: India”

Ananda Devi Domingo-Almase, National Defence College Philippines, Philippines

Nguyen Toan Thang, Faculty of International Law, Hanoi Law University, Viet Nam
“Conflict spots and scenarios: The South China Sea”

You Ji, Head, Department of Government and Public Administration, China

Lam Peng Er, Senior Research Fellow, East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, Singapore
“Conflict spots and scenarios: East Asia”

Sushant Sareen, Senior Fellow, Vivekananda International Foundation, India
“Conflict spots and scenarios: The Indo-Pakistani Conflict”

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Challenging prospects for the EU and ASEAN in 2017

17 December 2016, Kwantchitr Restaurant, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law Thammasat University

Duc Quang Ly, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law Thammasat University

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Electoral Democracy and Political Parties: European-Thai Perspectives

14 December 2016, Lebua at State Tower Hotel, Bangkok

Peter Prügel, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany

Gilles Garachon, Ambassador of France

Udom Rathamarit, Dean, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Mehdi Yazi-Roman, Centre de Recherches Versailles Saint-Quentin Institutions Publiques, Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines

“Political Parties and the Constitution of the Fifth Republic”

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“The Role and Structure of Political Parties in Germany”

Warawit Kanithasen, Senior Research Fellow, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Boonsri Mewongukote, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Norachit Sinhaseni, Constitution Drafting Commission

Kasit Piromya, National Reform Steering Assembly

Abhisit Vejjajiva, Democrat Party

Chaturon Chaisaeng, Pheu Thai Party

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Identity and Change – The Basic Structure in Asian Constitutional Orders

29-30 November 2016, Windsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok

Po Jen Yap, Faculty of Law, the University of Hong Kong, China

Democratic Values and the Conundrum of Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments in Asia

Arun Thiruvengadam, School of Policy and Governance, Azim Premji University, India

“Constitutional Change, Basic Structure and Constitutional Politics: Insights from the Indian experience”

Ronojoy Sen, Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, Singapore

“Revisiting the Bommai Judgment: The Basic Structure Doctrine and Secularism in India”

Marva Khan, Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law, Lahore University of Management Studies, Pakistan

“Synthesising Judicial Review and Basic Structure in Pakistan”

Dante Gatmaytan, College of Law, University of the Philippines, The Philippines

“Assertive Separatism and the Death of Constitutional Checks: Political Pressure on the Basic Structure in the Philippines”

Satya Arinanto, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, Indonesia

“The Basic Structure of the Indonesian Constitution after the amendment of the 1945 Constitution (1999-2002)”

Myint Zan, Faculty of Law, Multimedia University, Malaysia

“Brief Glimpse and Juxtaposition of Basic Structures of Three (Southeast Asian) Constitutional Orders”

Nehginpao Kipgen, Jindal Global School of International Affairs, India

“The Federal States and the Constitutional Basic Structure in Myanmar”

Bui Ngoc Son, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, Singapore

“Constitutional Identity Change in the Contemporary Socialist World”

´Nobuyuki Sato, Chuo Law School, Japan

Can the Supreme Court of Japan be the Final Interpreter of the Constitution?: Judicial Review System and ‘Unconstitutional Constitutional’ Order in Japan

Henning Glaser, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

“Preservative Restatement: Thai Constitutionalism in Transition”

Jack Tsen-Ta Lee, School of Law, Singapore Management University, Singapore

“A Constitution’s Basic Structure: A Matter of Judicial or Political Choice?”

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Tackling Corruption in ASEAN – Legislation, Strategies and Regional Cooperation

15-16 November 2016, Holiday Inn Sukhumvit 22, Bangkok

Karl-Peter Schönfisch, Director, Laos/Thailand Office, Hanns Seidel Foundation

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Rohaizad Yaakob, MACC State Office of Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia

Cynthia Gabriel, Centre to Combat Corruption & Cronyism, Malaysia

January ‘Janis’ Mari P. Garcia, Office of the Ombudsman, Republic of the Philippines

Eric Vincent Batalla, Political Science Department, De La Salle University, Philippines

Siti Juliantari Rhaman, Indonesia Corruption Watch, Indonesia

Hendra W. Prabandani, Indonesian Ministry of National Development Planning (Bappenas)

Kasit Piromya, National Reform Steering Assembly Thailand

Buntoon Wongseelashote, Board of Trade of Thailand and Thai Chamber of Commerce

Akharakit Keeratithanachaiyos, National Anti-Corruption Commission Thailand

John Frangos, Tilleke & Gibbins Thailan

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Combating Child Pornography in Southeast Asia – Strategies, Challenges and Regional Cooperation

10-11 November 2016, Bangkok, Windsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Karl-Peter Schönfisch, Director, Laos/Thailand Office, Hanns Seidel Foundation

Afrooz Kaviani Johnson, UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Regional Office

Bindu Sharma, International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children Singapore

Ong Chin Lan, Interpol, Malaysia

Geshina Ayu Mat Saat, Malaysia Crime Prevention Foundation

Elina Abdul Mubin, Outreach and Corporate Communication Department, CyberSecurity Malaysia

Anna Marie C. Mendoza, Department of Justice, Republic of the Philippines

Moden Yi, APLE Cambodia

Andy Ardian, ECPAT Indonesia

Maria Advianti, Indonesia Commission on Child Protection

Apichart Hattasin, Thailand Internet Crime Against Children (TICAC), Royal Thai Police

Tania Anguelova, ECPAT International

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CPG 7th Annual International Conference on Order and Disorder in Geopolitics and Global Governance - The Great Game Reloaded

12-14 October 2016, Lebua at State Tower Hotel, Bangkok

Peer Gebauer, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

Udom Rathamarit, Dean, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Goethe University Frankfurt

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Pinai Nanakorn, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Arie M. Kacowicz, Chaim Weizmann Chair in International Relations, Faculty of Social Sciences, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Alternative Normative Orders in the Age of Globalization”

Sabine Selchow, Fellow, Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit, Department of International Development, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

“Beyond Order and Disorder in a Cosmopolitised World: Understanding Recent Developments in the Global Security Discourse and its Consequences for the International Order and Global Governance”

Phattharaphong Saengkrai, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University
Iain Cowie, Lecturer, Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University

Natthanicha Lephilibert, Lawyer (Professional level), Office of the Council of State

Michael Lüders, President, Deutsch-Arabische Gesellschaft

“Defeating Chaos? Why a Military Victory Against the ‘Islamic State’ is not Possible”

Fabio Tronchetti, Advisor, HaoliMo Law Firm, Beijing

“The Geopolitical Dimension of Space Activities: Assessing the Strategic Impact of Space Policies and Laws at Global and Regional Level”

Christopher Ankersen, Head, Security and Safety Section, United Nations Department of Safety and Security Bangkok Thitirat Thipsamritkul, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Dirk Ehlers, Faculty of Law, Münster University, CPG Supervisory Board member

Roland Dannreuther, Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Westminster

“Energy, Geopolitics and International Security”

Jona Razzaque, Bristol Law School, University of the West of England

“Dismantling Resource Sovereignty in the Context of Right to a Healthy Environment”

Kriengsak Chareonwongsak, President, Institute of Future Studies for Development

Prasit Aekaputra, Dean, Faculty of Law, National Institute for Development Administration

Kjell Engelbrekt, Department of Security, Strategy and Leadership, Swedish Defence University, Stockholm

“A Stakeholdership of the Few? The Promise and Perils of High-Table Diplomacy”

Andrew Cooper, Department of Political Science, University of Waterloo

“The Ascendancy of Informal Summits via the G20 and BRICS: Global Governance meets Geo-politics”

Manfred Hornung, Director, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Southeast Asia Office Bangkok

Warawit Kanithasen, Senior Research Fellow, German- Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Ambassador (ret.)

Kasit Piromya, National Reform Steering Assembly, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand

“The Great Game Reversed: PRC Moving West”

Andrej Krickovic, Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow

“Cautious Riser and Desperate Challenger: China and Russia as 21st Century Great Powers and the Symbiotic China-Russia Relationship”

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Frankfurt University, CPG Supervisory Board member

Kevin Downey, Lecturer, Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University

Viravat Chantachote, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Saori Katada, School of International Relations, Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences, University of Southern California

“Competitive Standard-setting: TPP, AIIB and Global Economic Order”

Niels Petersen, Chair of Public Law, International Law and EU Law, Faculty of Law, University of Münster

“The Political Backlash Against Free Trade: Towards a New Era of Economic Isolationism?”

Monti Datta, Faculty of Political Science, University of Richmond

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CPG Winter Academy on Human Rights 2016

5-12 October 2016, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus

Udom Rathamarit, Dean, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Khaga Nath Adhikari, Ambassador of Nepal in Thailand, Permanent Representative to U.N. ESCAP

Sonja Gebauer, Political Counsellor, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Bangkok

Duc Quang Ly, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Human Rights – Alternative Concepts and Critique from a Chinese Perspective”

Paisarn Likhitpreechakul, Foundation for SOGI Rights and Justice (FOR- SOGI)

Anjana Suvarnananda, HIV National Programme Officer, UNESCO Bangkok

Pokpong Srisanit, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Human Rights in Criminal Matters”

Monti Datta, Faculty of Political Science, University of Richmond

Dana Grader Ladek, Chief of Mission, International Organization of Migration (IOM), Thailand

U Maung Kyaw Nu, President, Burmese Rohingya Association in Thailand (BRAT)

Khonwilai Teppunkoonngam, Asylum Access

Veerawit Tianchainan, Executive Director, Thai Committee for Refugees Foundation

Mark Capaldi, ECPAT International, Bangkok

Pravit Rojanaphruk, journalist, khaosodenglish.com, Bangkok

Clin Lovett, Voice of America

Angkhana Neelaphaijit, Commissioner, National Human Rights Commission of Thailand

“The Human Rights Situation in the South of Thailand”

Al Khanif, Faculty of Law, University of Jember, Indonesia

“Human Rights in Indonesia”

Kai Shing W ong, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University, Bangkok

“Human Rights in China”

Kingsley Abbot, Senior International Legal Adviser for Southeast Asia, Asia Pacific Programme, International Commission of Jurists (ICJ)

“Human Rights and the Rule of Law in Cambodia”

Saman Zia-Zarifi, Regional Director, Asia Pacific Programme, International Commission of Jurists (ICJ)

“Human Rights in Pakistan: Historical and Current Perspectives”

Livio Sarandrea, Programme Specialist Rule of Law, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Regional Hub

Andreas Føllesdal, Department of Public and International Law, University of Oslo

“Regional Human Rights Courts: Protecting Human Rights or Respecting State Sovereignty – or both? The Margin of Appreciation Doctrine of the European Court of Human Rights as a Model”

Nareeluc Pairchaiyapoom, Department of Rights and Liberties Protection, Ministry of Justice of Thailand

Pranom Somwong, Protection International Thailand (TBC)

Sirikan Charoensiri, Lawyer/Legal and Documentation Specialist, Thai Lawyers for Human Rights

Roland Dannreuther, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Westminster

Arie M. Kacowicz, Department of International Relations, Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Prasit Aekaputr, Faculty of Law, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University

“Human Rights in the ASEAN Community: Which way to go?”

Gothom Arya, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University, Bangkok

Emma Potchapornkul, Peace Resource Collaborative

“Human Rights and Peace”

Niels Petersen, Faculty of Law, Münster University

“Political Rights”

Archie A. Alexander, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Globalization: Human Rights, Global Health Governance and Legal Challenges”

Dirk Ehlers, Faculty of Law, Münster University

“The European Convention on Human Rights“

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Frankfurt University

“The Limitations of Rights in the German Constitutional System“

Georg Schlüter, Legal Consultant, Bangkok

Lasse Schuldt, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

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Political Transformation in Southeast Asia –Recent Developments, Current Issues and Future Prospects

8 September 2016, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Jonathan Bogais, School of Political and Social Sciences, The University of Sydney

“Myanmar’s Difficult Road to Democracy: An Examination Through Complex Systems Analysis”

Henning Glaser, Director, German -Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Thailand’s Roadmap to Stability? – Post-Referendum Prospects”

Romel R. Bagaras, Executive Director, Center for International Law Manila

“From Martial Law to Duterte: Has There Been Political Transformation in the Philippines?”

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The Introduction of Violence in Non-violent Spaces for the Making of a Dominant Identity: Analysing Perceptions of Conflict in the Asia Pacific Region

7 September 2016, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Jonathan Bogais, School of Political and Social Sciences, The University of Sydney

“The Introduction of Violence in Non-violent Spaces for the Making of a Dominant Identity: Analysing Perceptions of Conflict in the Asia Pacific Region”

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Tackling Corruption in Thailand – Strategies, Challenges and Prospects

01 September 2016, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Buntoon Wongseelashote, Vice Chairman, Committee on International Trade Negotiations, Board of Trade of Thailand and Thai Chamber of Commerce

Bhumivisan Kasemsook, Director, International Affairs Division, Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission

Sahaton Rattanapijit, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Wisoot Tantinan, Programme Specialist, Democratic Governance and Social Advocacy Unit, United Nations Development Program

John Frangos, Consultant, Tilleke & Gibbins Thailand

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The Rule of Law in China – Developments, Challenges and Prospects

29 August 2016, SD Avenue Hotel, Bangkok

Wen Haibo, China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group

Ding Peng, Public Interest and Development Law Institute, Wuhan

Kai Shing Wong, Institute for Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University

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The United Nation Convention Against Torture in Asia – Recent Developments, Current Issues and Future Prospects

26 August 2016, SD Avenue Hotel, Bangkok

Kingsley Abbot, Senior International Legal Adviser for Southeast Asia, Asia Pacific Programme, International Commission of Jurists

Porpen Khongkaconkiet, Director, Cross Cultural Foundation

Preeda Nakpiew, Legal officer, Cross Cultural Foundation

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Implementation of Laws in Monitoring Civil Case Procedure

18-19 July 2016, Champasack Province, Laos

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

„Monitoring Civil case procedure in Germany“

Thongvanh Keovilay, Chief of Commercial, Family and Juveniles Case Division

„Inspecting the performance of laws in the First instance court and the appeal court“

Sengkeo Sengsouly, Chief of the Supreme People’s Prosecutor of Southern

„Inspecting the perfomance of laws in the Final Court“

Bualy Phetmixay, Deputy of Civil Inspection Department

„Technical Research of civil case“

Phonephet Ounkeo, Chief of Institution and Training

„Technical basis of draft prosecution“

Saysana Rajvong, Deputy of Civil Inspection Department

„Inspecting the performance of laws in the Reintroduce Court“

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International Cooperation in Fighting Transnational Crime – Issues, Challenges and Techniques

8 July 2016, Windsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok

Chief Superintendent Bernhard Egger, Head, Central Investigation Services Division, State Office of Criminal Investigation Bureau, Munich, Federal Republic of Germany

“The Internet – New Challenges and Opportunities of Combating International Crime”

“Means of Evidence and Their Role in International Cooperation in Criminal Matters”

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Advantages and Disadvantages on International Arbitration

30 June 2016, City Tower, Bangkok

Constantin Frank-Fahle, LL.M., Senior Consultant, Lorenz & Partners Bangkok

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Thai Constitutionalism: Fundaments, Developments and Prospects

7 June 2016, Interdisciplinary Centre for East Asian Studies, Goethe University Frankfurt

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

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CPG Summer Academy on German and European Law 2016

6 – 16 June 2015, Law Building, Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany

Dirk Ehlers, Faculty of Law, University Münster

The Fundamenal Freedoms oft he European Union

Helmut Siekmann, Institute for Monetary and Financial Stability (IMFS), Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

Introduction to German Constitutional Law

Günter Frankenberg, Faculty of Law, Goethe- University Frankfurt

Comparative Constitutional Law

Karl-Heinz Kohl, Institut for Ethnology, Goethe-University Frankfurt

German and European Company Law

Christoph Burchard, Rechtswissenschaften, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

Comparative Criminal Justice

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

Loacal Self Government in Germany

Federalism in German Constitutional Law

Guido Pfeifer, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

Ancient Legal History

Manfred Weiss, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

Introduction to German and European Labour Law

Stefan Kadelbach, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

European Union Law

Moritz Bälz, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

Comparative Tort Law

Felix Maultzsch, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

Comparative Private Law: Methods and Examples

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

Introductin to German Administrative Law

Rainer Hofmann, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

German and European Refugee Law

Cornelsius Prittwitz, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

An Overview over German Criminal Law

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The South China Sea – Current Issues and Future Prospects

3 June 2016, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus

Robert Harris, Assistant Legal Adviser for East Asian and Pacific Affairs for the US Department of State

“The China vs Philippines Arbitration Case: Implications of the Decision”

Prasit Aekaputra, Dean, Faculty of Law, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University

“The South China Sea Dispute: From Jurisdiction to Future Final Verdict”

Kasit Piromya, National Reform Steering Assembly and former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand

“The South China Sea as a Strategic Challenge to ASEAN”

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Recent Trends in Compliance

19 April 2016, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Bartosz Makowicz, Director, Viadrina Compliance Center, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)

“Recent Trends in Compliance”

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Legal Studies in Germany – Opportunities and Programs

18 March 2016, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Warawit Kanithasen, Senior Research Fellow, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Rolf Friedewald,  Managing  Director, and Mrs. Shen-Dee Kobbelt, Head of Programs and Marketing, Institute for Law and Finance, Goethe University Frankfurt

Georg Verweyen, Director, DAAD Information Center Bangkok

Duc Quang Ly, Project Manager, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

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The Governance of Violence in Geopolitics

2 March 2016, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Klaus Larres, Krasno Distinguished Professor for History and International Affairs, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

“War, Violence and International Governance: From the Cold War to the Present”

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Violence in the New Global Order After the End of the Cold War”

Hall Gardner, Chair, Department of International and Comparative Politics, American University of Paris

“Post-Cold War Geopolitical Rivalries, Hybrid Warfare and the Threat of Major Power Warfare”

Kasit Piromya, National Reform Steering Assembly Thailand, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Thailand

“Geopolitics, Multilateralism and the United Nations – The Role of the ASEAN Countries”

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Geopolitics and International Relations – China’s Rise and its Impacts on International Politics in Asia

29 February 2016, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Hall Gardner, Department of International and Comparative Politics, American University of Paris

“Regional and Global Ramifications of China’s Rise”

Surachai Sirikrai, Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University

“The Rise of China and its Impacts on Southeast Asia”

Kitti Prasirtsuk, Institute of East Asian Studies, Thammasat University

“China’s Rise and New Power Reconfiguration in Asia”

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The Draft Constitution 2016 – Core Issues and Prospects

15 February 2016, German Residence, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Bangkok

Peter Pügel, Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany

Michael Nelson, Senior Research Fellow, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good  Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

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The Insurgency in South Thailand – Current Issues and Future Prospects

28 January 2016, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Warawit Kanithasen, CPG Senior Research Fellow

Paul Chambers, Institute of South East Asian Affairs

The State of the Deep South Insurgency in Thailand”

Eakpant Pidavanija, Acting Director, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University

“Paving the Way t Negotiation(s) – Preparing Stakeholders and the Public”

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2015

The Islamic State – Its Profile and Reach

21 December 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Bangkok

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Moments of Change – Moments of Hope

19 December 2015, Saw Sam Sai Restaurant, Bangkok

Warawit Kanithasen, Senior Research Fellow, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Klaus Larres, Department of Histiory and International Relations, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Felix Pülm, Lecturer, Lecturer for German language, culture and history at Silpakorn University Nakhon Pathom

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

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Peace and Stability in Asia – Conflict and Cooperation

17-18 December 2015, Amari Bouvelard Hotel, Bangkok

Conflict Spots and Risk Developments: South China Sea Dispute

Liselotte Odgaard, Institute for Strategy, Royal Danish Defence College, Danmark

China’s Strategy of Deterrence and Legitimacy in the South China Sea Disputes

Prasit Aekaputra, Faculty of Law, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University, Thailand

“Legal Title to Territory in the Case of the Spratly Islands”

Chi-Ting Tsai, Department of Political Science, National Taiwan              University, Taiwan (ROC)

“The South China Sea Peace Initiative and Taiwan’s Future South China Sea Policy”

Richard W. X. Hu, Department of Politics and Public Administration, The University of Hong Kong, PR China

“Taiwanese Party Politics and its Impacts on Prospects of Cross-Strait Relations”

Chin-Peng Chu, Department of Public Administration, National Dong Hwa University, Hualien, Taiwan (ROC)

“Ma Ying-jeou and Xi Jinping’s Meet in Singapore: Implications for Future Cross Taiwan Straits Relations”

Christoph Bluth, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Bradford, United Kingdom

“Nuclear Weapons and International Security in Asia – The Case of the Korean Peninsula”

Tim Huxley, Executive Director, International Institute for Strategic Studies – Asia, Singapore

“Military Modernisation, Arms-racing and Security in Asia”

Roderic Broadhurst, Department of Sociology, College of Arts and Social Science, Australian National University, Australia

“Cyber Threats and Cyber-Security in Asia”

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Good Governance for and by Regulators

30 November–1 December 2015, Windsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok

Haniff Ahamat, Assistant Professor, Ahmad Ibrahim Faculty of Laws. International Islamic University, Selangor, Malaysia

“Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) and Good Regulatory Practices in Malaysia”

Shintaro Hamanaka, Asian Development Bank, Manila, The Philippines

“Service Trade Regulation”

Marife Ballesteros, Researcher, Philippine Institute for Development Studies, The Philippines

“Good Governance for and by Regulators – Philippine Perspective”

Andi Zubaida Assaf, Senior Investigator for Policy, Research and Advocacy Directorate, Commission for the Supervision of Business Competition (KPPU), Indonesia

“KPPU and Competition Policy: A Guide to Implement KPPU Competition Checklist”

Robert Ian McEwin, University of Malaya, Malaysian Centre of Regulatory Studies, Malaysia

“Ensuring Procedural Fairness in Competition Law Regulation”

Joseph Seon Hur, Of Counsel, DaeRyook & AJU Law Firm, Seoul, Korea

“The Antitrust Regulation Regime of Korea: its Recent Performance and Limits”

Lai-Lynn Angelica B. Barcenas, Partner, Barcenas Barcenas & Partners Law Offices (BBPLaw), Manila, The Philippines

“The New Philippine Competition Law: Issues and Challenges”

Enny Nurbaningsih, Head of National Law Development Agency, Jakarta, Indonesia

“The Regulatory Reform Process in Indonesia”

Jamie Seth Davidson, Associate Professor, National University of Singapore, Department of Political Sciences, Singapore

“Indonesia’s New Governance Institutions: Accounting for their Varied Performance”

Buntoon Wongseelashote, Thai Chamber of Commerce, Bangkok, Thailand

“Corruption in Thailand and its Impact on Economic Growth – the Case of Government Procurement”

Nurhafiza Bt Hasan, Head of Licensing Unit, Energy Commission, Malaysia

“Regulatory Initiatives to Enhance the Electricity Supply System Performance in Malaysia”

Pratompong Srinuan, Senior Economist, National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission, Bangkok, Thailand

“Telecom Market Development and Its Governance in Thailand”

Im Vutha, Director, Regulation and Dispute Resolution Unit, Telecommunication Regulator of Cambodia, Cambodia

“Cambodia’s Telecommunication Market and its Regulatory Situation”

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Human Rights in ASEAN – Current Issues and Future Prospects of an ASEAN Human Rights Regime

25 November 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Bangkok

Andreas Føllesdal, Director, PluriCourts Center of Excellence, Faculty of Law, University of Oslo

“The ASEAN Human Rights Declaration: A Principle of Subsidiarity to the Rescue?”

Chalida Tajaroensuk, Executive Director, People Empowerment Foundation (PEF)

Seree Nonthasoot, Representative of Thailand to the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR)

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MOVIE Seminar on the occasion of 25 years of Germany Reunification

06 November 2015, Maha Chakri Sirindhorn Building, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok

Jan Blezinger, Counsellor and Head of Press and Cultural Affairs Section the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany (TBC)

Pornsan Watanangura, Department of Western Languages Faculty of Arts Chulalongkorn University, President, Thai-German Society

Dangkamon Na-pombejra, Dramatic Arts, Chulalongkorn University

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for  Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG)

“The Breakdown of The German Democratic Republic (GDR) and the ‘The Lives of Others'”

Michael Winzer, Head, Konrad  Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS), Thailand office

Movie Session: The Lives of Others (Das Leben der Anderen)

Question Round: Warawit Kanithasen, Pornsan Watanangura, Bhawan Ruengsilp, Tul Israngura Na Ayudhya (CU, History), Cattiyaporn Sassitaramas (TBC)

Answer Panel: Jan Blezinger, Michael Winzer (KAS), Georg Verweyen (DAAD)

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CPG 6th Annual Conference on Law and Ideology

23-25 October 2015, Lebua at State Tower, Bangkok

Alexandros Kioupkiolis, Faculty of Law, Economic and Political Sciences, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

Law and Ideology in Contemporary Democratic Theory: The Constitution of Democracy in Rawls’ Deliberative Democracy and in Hardt and Negri’s Radical Democracy of the Multitude”

Saul Newman, Department of Politics, Goldsmiths University of London, United Kingdom

“Post-Anarchism and Critical Legal Theory”

Wojciech Sadurski, The University of Sydney Law School, Australia

“Liberalism and Law: ‘Solving’ the Dilemmas of Pluralism and Legitimacy”

Cormac Mac Amhlaigh, Edinburgh Law School, The Universityof Edinburgh, United Kingdom

“The Public/Private Divide and the Law: Archetype or Ideology?”

Robert Esser, Faculty of Law, Passau University

Influence of Politics and Ideology on National Criminal Law Criminal Law as a Steering Paramater and Steering Matter

Marija Bartl, Faculty of Law, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

“Ideology as Knowledge in European Private Law”

Heloise Weber, School of Political Science & International Relations, The University of Queensland, Australia

“Politics of Law and Global Development: A Critique of the Post 2015 Sustainable          Development Goals Agenda?”

Niels Petersen, Faculty of Law, Münster University, Germany

“The Role of Ideology in the Debate on the Democratic Deficit of the European Union”

Michael Wilkinson, Law Department, London School of Economics, United Kingdom

“Ideology, Austerity and Authoritarian Liberalism in the Crisis of the European Union”

Slavica Banic, Justice, Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia, Croatia

“Ideology and Law in Croatian Constitutional Jurisprudence”

Stephen Skinner, Law School, University of Exeter, United Kingdom

“Ideology and Criminal Law under Fascism and Democracy: Histories and Legacies”

He Li, Department of Political Science, Merimack University, USA

“Battle of Ideas and its Impacts on the Rule of Law in China”

Bidyut Chakrabarty, Department of Political Science, University of Delhi, India

“Left Radicalism in India: Articulating a Voice Against the Neoliberal Capitalist Order”

Jonathan Liljeblad, School of Law, New England University, Australia

“Myanmar’s 2008 Constitution as a Hybrid of Multiple Ideologies”

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CPG Winter Academy on Human Rights 2015

19-23 October 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Human Rights – Promise, Philosophy and Politics”

Emerlynne Gil, International Commission of Jurists

“Human Rights and International Organizations”

Prasit Aekaputra, Dean, Faculty of Law, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University

“International Law and the Right to Development”

Kai Shing Wong, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University

Human Rights in China”

Gothom Arya, Institute for Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University

“Human Rights and Peace”

Pokpong Srisanit, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Human Rights and Criminal Justice in Thailand”

Amara Pongsapich, Chairperson, National Human Rights Commission of Thailand

“NHRIs and International Human Rights Mechanisms”

Veerawit Tianchainan, Director, Thai Committee for Refugees Foundation

“Human Rights in Action – The Work of Human Rights Defenders in Thailand”

Lasse Schuldt, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Human Dignity and the Principle of Proportionality”

Slavica Banic, Justice, Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia

“Freedom of Assembly in Croatia” 

Robert Esser, Director, Research Center for Human Rights in Criminal Proceedings, Faculty of Law, Passau University

“Arrest and Pre-Trial Detention – International Standards”

Dominikus Rato, M.si, Faculty of Law, University of Jember

“Human Rights and Ethnography in Indonesia”

Supardi, Faculty of Law, University of Jember

“Human Rights in Indonesian Justice Criminal System”

Niels Petersen, Faculty of Law, Münster University

The International Protection of the Rights to Life” and

Political Rights in International Human Rights Treaties

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Tackling Corruption – National and International Frameworks of Anti-Bribery Policies and Strategies in Comparative Perspectives

06 October 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Emergence and Impacts of the Global Anti-Corruption Discourse”

Bartosz Makowicz, Chair of Polish Public Law, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)

“International Anti-Bribery Standards – Issues and Results of the Latest ISO Global Meeting on Standardization of Anti-Bribery Management Systems, Kuala Lumpur Sept./Oct. 2015”

Juree Vichit-Vadakan, Secretary-General, Transparency Thailand

“Anti-Bribery Policies and Strategies in Thailand – A Critical Assessment”

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Realizing Court Decisions – Current Issues and Challenges of Foreclosure in Comparative Perspectives

25 September 2015, at the Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Peter Gilles, Faculty of Law, Frankfurt University, Germany

“Private and Public Foreclosure in Germany”

Sorawit Limparangsri, Judge, Office of the President of the Supreme Court of Thailand

“Foreclosure of Mortgage in the Draft of the New Civil and Commercial Procedural Code in Thailand”

Siam Likhitphongsathorn, Director, Secured Transaction Registry Office

Kullapat Jangkamolkulchai, Trade Officer

Pakwan Chuensuwankul, Legal Officer, Department of Business Development, Ministry of Commerce of Thailand

“Enforcement of Security Interest and the Role of the Receiver in the Thai Secured Transaction Bill”

Rangsima Ratttana, Legal Officer Professional Level, Legal Execution Department, Ministry of Justice of Thailand

“The Roles of the Legal Execution Department in Enforcement of Security Interest and Related Challenges”

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Private Law – European-Asian Perspectives

13-14 August 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Nilubol Lertnuwat, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Company Law in Thailand”

Anne Coulon-Rana, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Indian Business Law”                                                

Kittisak Prokati, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

The Thai Legal System: An Overview”

Martin Klose, Rödl & Partner Bangkok

“International Dimensions on Product Liability Law: Related Cases and Legal Frameworks in Selected Countries in North America, Europe and Asia”

Constantin Frank-Fahle, LL.M., Lorenz & Partners Co., Ltd. Bangkok

“German Real Estate Law”

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Legal Education in Myanmar and Thailand – Current Concerns and Future Prospects in Comparative Perspectives

23 July 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus

Jonathan Liljeblad, School of Law, University of New England, Australia

Malee Pruekpongsawalee, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Sombat Peutthipongsapuc, Judge, Research Justice Division, Supreme Court of Thailand

Krairit Khosangruang, Judge, Office of the President of the Supreme Court

Sarawut Benjakul, Secretary General, Institute of Legal Education Thai Bar Association

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Greece and the European Crisis – Impacts on Regional and Global Governance

16 July 2015, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Klaus Larres, Richard M Krasno Distinguished Professor for History and International Affairs, Department of History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

“The EU, the US, and the Crisis of the West: Greece and the Euro, Putin’s Challenge and China’s Rise”

Kasit Piromya, former Foreign Minister of Thailand

Anusorn Tamajai, Dean, Faculty of Economics, Rangsit University

Virot Ali, Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University

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State-Building in Southeast Asia in the Wake of World War II

25 June 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Suthachai Yimprasert, Department of History, Faculty of Arts, Chulalongkorn University

“Thailand at the End of World War II”

Taufik Abdullah, Indonesian Institute of Sciences

“Indonesia in the Second War: From National Awakening to the Establishment of a Nation State”

Joseph Milton Fernando, Department of History, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya

‘The Second World War and its Impact on State-Building in Malaya

Ricardo T. Jose, Department of History, University of the Philippines Diliman

“State-Building in the Philippines Amidst the Ruins of War”

Maitrii Aung Thwin, Department of History, National University of Singapore

“World War II Legacies in Post-Colonial Myanmar”

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Access to Justice in Criminal Procedure Law and Due Process – Challenges and Prospects in Comparative Perspectives

24 June 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus

R. Narendra Jatna, S.H., LL.M., Attorney Attaché, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Bangkok

“Access to Justice and Criminal Justice Reform in Indonesia” 

Emerlynne Gil, Senior International Legal Adviser, Southeast Asia, International Commission of Jurists, Asia & Pacific Regional Office (Bangkok)

Amina Quargnali-Diehl, Justice Programs Coordinator, US Embassy in Bangkok

Kai Shing Wong, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University

Chong Yin Xin, Defense Lawyer, Malaysian Bar Association

Kohnwilai Teppunkoonngam, Human Rights Lawyer

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CPG Summer Academy on German and European Law 2015

31 May – 10 June 2015, Münster University, Germany

David P. Graf, Faculty of Law, Münster University

“Introductory Overview over the German Legal System”

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Frankfurt University

“Basic Rights and their Protection in Germany and on the European Level”

Dirk Ehlers, Faculty of Law,Münster University             

“The European Union – Legal Overview and Fundamental Freedoms”

Moritz Bälz; Faculty of Law, Frankfurt University

“Comparative Tort Law”

Sabine Schlacke, Faculty of Law, Münster University

“World in Transition: A Social Contract for Sustainability with a Particular Focus on Climate Change

Robert Esser, Faculty of Law, University of Passau

“Fundamental Principles of German Criminal Justice”

Heinz-Dietrich Steinmeyer, Faculty of Law, Münster University

Social Law

Gernot Sydow, Faculty of Law, Münster University

“Law and Religion”

Thomas Gutmann, Faculty of Law, Münster University

“German and European Jurisprudence. The Philosophical Tradition of Legal Thought”

Henning Glaser, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Minority Protection and Parliamentary Discipline in the Framework of the German Constitutional Order”

Christoph Görisch, Faculty of Law, Münster University

“Jurisdiction of the Federal Constitutional Court”

Bartosz Makowicz, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)

“To be or not to be: Toward the New Approach of Legal Compliance”

Fabian Wittreck, Faculty of Law, Münster University

“Police Law”

Niels Petersen, Faculty of Law, Münster University

“The Status of International and EU Law in the German Legal Order”

Bernd Holznagel, Faculty of Law, Münster University

“Regulatory Law – Telecommunictaions Law as an Example”

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Rights Protection in Thailand 2015 – Reflections on Book I Chapter 2 of the Draft Constitution

28 May 2015, Ariston Hotel, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Veerawit Tianchainan, Executive Director, Thai Committee for Refugees Foundation

Gothom Arya, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University

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Election System and Political Parties in the Constitutional Order – Reflections on the Draft Constitution 2015 in Comparative Perspectives

22 May 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Bangkok

Lertrat Ratanavanich, Advisor and Spokesperson, Constitutional Drafting Committee Thailand

“The new Election System in Thailand According the Draft Constitution 2015” 

Prinya Thaewanarumitkul, Vice Rector, Thammasat University

Boonsri Mewongukote, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Stithorn Thananithichot, Research and Development Office, King Prajadhipok’s Institute

Duc Quang Ly, Project Manager, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

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Constitutionalism, the Rule of Law and Democratic Governance – Challenges and Prospects in Comparative Perspectives

01-02 April 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Bangkok

Jaran Pukditanakul, Justice, Constitutional Court of the Kingdom of Thailand, Thailand

“Judicial Review by the Constitutional Court for the Protection of the Rule of Law and Democratic Governance in Thailand

Boonsri Mewongukote, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

“Problems and Prospects of Constitutional Development from Comparative Perspectives with Special Emphasis on Thailand”

Same Varayudej, International Coordinator, School of Law, New England University, Australia

“Challenges and Prospects for Constitutionalism, the Rule of Law and Democracy in Comparative Perspectives

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

“In the Form of Law and Beyond – The Design and Dynamics of Constitutional Ordering in Comparative Perspectives”

Jonathan Liljeblad, School of Law, University of New England, Australia

“Challenges and Prospects in the Constitutional Development in Myanmar”

Jade Donavanik, Dean, Faculty of Law University of, Dhurakit Bandit University, Thailand

“Challenges and Prospects in the Constitutional Development in Thailand”

Hitoshi Ushijima, Faculty of Law, Chuo University, Japan

“Challenges and Prospects in the Constitutional Development in Japan”

Calvin Liang, Senior Associate, Tan Kok Quan Partnership, Singapore

“Challenges and Prospects in the Constitutional Development in Singapore”

Faridah Jalil, Faculty of Law, National University of Malaysia, Malaysia

“Challenges and Prospects in the Constitutional Development in Malaysia”

Widodo Ekatjahjana, Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Jember, Indonesia

“Challenges and Prospects in the Constitutional Development in Indonesia”

Son Soubert, Privy Councillor to His Majesty the King of Cambodia

“Challenges and Prospects in the Constitutional Development in Cambodia”

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Criminal Law and Justice in Comparative Perspectives – Examples from the USA, Indonesia, and Germany

31 March 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Rangsit Campus, Rangsit

Brian Pearce, US Department of Justice Attaché, US Embassy Bangkok

Narendra Jatna, Attorney Attaché, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in Bangkok

Lasse Schuldt, DAAD Expert Lecturer, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Govenrance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

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The Role of Personal and Material Evidence in Fighting Transnational and Organized Crime in an Area Without Borders

25 March 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thaprachan Campus, Bangkok

Bernhard Egger, Head, Central Investigation Services Division, State Office of Criminal Investigation Bureau, Munich, Federal Republic of Germany

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Tackling Corruption – National and International Frameworks

12 March 2015, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Bangkok

Bartosz Makowicz, Director, Viadrina Compliance Center (VCC), Europe University Viadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), and CPG Senior Research Fellow

International Anti-Corruption Standards – Current Concerns and Future Perspectives”

Chanchai Pongpassorn, Director, Special Task Bureau, Anti-Money Laundering Office

Korntip Daroj, Director, Bureau of Suppression of Corruption, Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission, and

Sutasinee Charoensidhi, Investigator, Professional Level, Bureau of Suppression of Corruption, Public Sector Anti-Corruption Commission

Weraorn Tiyasiritanon, Regional Compliance Officer, Compliance Office Department Siemens Limited Bangkok

Kriengsak Chareonwongsak, President, Institute of Future Studies for Development

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Good Human Rights Governance in Thailand – Prospects for the Future

6 March 2015, Banyan Tree Hotel, Bangkok

Pokpong Lawansiri, Human Rights Officer, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Regional Office for Southeast Asia

Sonja Gebauer, Political Counsellor, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

Chalida Tajaroensuk, Director, People’s Empowerment Foundation

Amara Pongsapich, Chairperson, National Human Rights Commission of Thailand

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CPG Experts Talk Series on Politics and Law II

13 February 2015, SD Avenue, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“On the Restatement of the Constitutional Basic Structure in Thailand”

Michael Nelson, Research Fellow, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Designing Thailand’s Parliamentary Election System, 1997 to 2015

Pravit Rojanaphruk, Journalist, The Nation

“The Retreat of Freedom of Expression in Thailand and its Effect on Rational Argument”

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CPG Experts Talk Series on Politics and Law I

23 January 2015, SD Avenue, Bangkok

Marc Saxer, Resident Director, Friedrich Ebert Foundation, Thailand Office

In the Vertigo of Change – How to Resolve Thailand’s Transformation Crisis

Allen Hicken, Department of Political Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

Loser’s Consent and Winner’s Restraint: Missing Ingredients?

Nick Nostitz, Journalist

Political Militancy in Thailand

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2014

The Emergence, Reproduction and Hegemonization of and by Human Rights Regimes – Interdisciplinary Perspectives

28-29 December 2014, Lebua at State Tower, Bangkok, Thailand

Claudio Corradetti, PluriCourts Center for the Study of the Legitimacy of Judiciary in the Global Order, University of Oslo, Norway

“Cosmopolitanism as Constitutional Polyarchy”

Giorgio Shani, Politics and International Relations, International Christian University, Japan

“Towards a Post-Western Understanding of Human Rights”

Tony Evans, Faculty of Social Science, University of Winchester, United Kingdom

Disciplining the Global Order”

Terry Nardin, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Department of Political Science, National University of Singapore, Singapore

“Realism, Republicanism, and Human Rights

Heloise Weber, School of Political Science and International Relations, The University of Queensland, Australia

“Human Rights in Development – A Critical Political Analysis”

Olivia Rutazibwa, School of Language and Area Studies, University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom

“R2P vs. Agaciro, Autonomous Recovery & Black Power – Decolonizing the Hegemonic Politics of Democracy & Human Rights”

Sankaran Krishna, Department of Political Science, University of Hawai’I Manoa, USA

“Neoliberalism and Human Rights in the Global South – Indigenous Groups in Contemporary India”

Ujjwal Kumar Singh, Department of Political Science, University of Dehli, India

“’Draconian’ and ‘Humane’ Laws: Security Regimes and Human Rights Discourses in India

New Sin Yew, Bon Advocates, Malaysia

Recent Developments of Civil Rights in Malaysia

M  Ravi, M Ravi Practice, L F Violet Netto, Singapore

“Human Rights Advocacy in Singapore”

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CPG 5th Annual International Conference on Constitutional Moments, Turning Points and Legacies in the Formation of Political Communities in Historical Perspectives

28-30 November 2014, Lebua at State Tower Hotel, Bangrak, Bangkok

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany

The November Revolution and the Weimar Republic”

Dirk Ehlers, Faculty of Law, Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster, Germany

Constitutional Law and Constitutional Process in the Federal Republic of  Germany” 

Prasit Aekaputra, Dean, Faculty of Law, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University, Thailand

Warawit Kanithasen, Senior Research Fellow, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Andreas Føllesdal, Director, PluriCourts Centre for the Study of the Legitimacy of the Global Judiciary, University of Oslo, Norway

“Constitutionalization of International Law – What Would Count as Constitutional Moments? Lessons from the EU”

Boonsri Mewongukote, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Natthanicha Lephilibert, Office of the Council of State, Thailand

Slavica Banic, Justice, Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia, Croatia

“Constitutional Choices and Legacies in Croatia”

Andras Bozoki, Department of Political Science, Central European University, Hungary

“Farewell to Liberal Democracy: Constitutional Change in Hungary two Decades after the Transition”

Robert Esser, Faculty of Law, Passau University, Germany

Yordchatr Tasarika, Office of the Council of State, Thailand

Alberto Vespaziani, Faculty of Law, University of Molise, Italy

“Counter narratives of Italian Constitutionalism: the Federalists’ Forgotten Voices”

Mikael Hemniti Winther, Ambassador of Denmark to Thailand, Myanmar and Cambodia, Royal Danish Embassy, Thailand

Allen Hicken, Department of Political Science, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

Fanar Haddad, Middle East Institute, National University Singapore, Singapore

“Iraq: Identity, Memory and the Difficulties of Forging a Political Community, 1921-2003”

Ronojoy Sen, Institute for South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, Singapore

“The Founding Moment: The Constituent Assembly and the Idea of India”

Archie A. Alexander, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University,Thailand

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Arun Kumar Thiruvengadam, Faculty of Law, National University Singapore, Singapore

“Cause Lawyers in Contemporary Singapore: Prophets of a False Dawn or Symbols of a Nascent Constitutional Moment?”

Duc Quang Ly, Project Manager, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Hoong Phun Lee, Sir John Latham Chair of Law, Monash University, Australia

“The Growth of Malaysian Nationhood: Constitutional Moments and Key Turning Points”

Nadirsyah Hosen, School of Law, Wollongong University,Australia

“A step You Can’t take back: Constitutionalism and Democratization in Indonesia”

Munin Pongsapan, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

Michael Nelson, Research Fellow, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

Nobuyuki Sato, Chuo Law School, Chuo University, Japan

“Is it Constitutional Moment now? Recent Discussions on Constitutional Amendment in Japan”

Doowon Suh, Graduate School of International Studies, Korea University, South Korea

“Democracy Disenchanted and Autocracy Glamorized in Korea”

Gothom Arya, Institute for Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University, Thailand

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CPG Winter Academy on Human Rights 2014

24-28 November 2014, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Director, CPG, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Human Rights – Promise, Philosophy and Politics”

Gothom Arya, Institute for Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University

“Human Rights and Peace”

Prasit Aekaputra, Dean, Faculty of Law, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University

“Human Rights in Times of Armed Conflicts”

Widodo Ekatjahjana, Dean Faculty of Law, University of Jember

“Human Rights Protection in Indonesian Constitutional Law”

Wong Kai Shing, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University

“Human Rights in China”

Amara Pongsapich, Chairperson, Human Rights Commission of Thailand

Paisith Sungkahapong, Department of Special Investigation, Ministry of Justice of Thailand

Veerawit Tianchainan, Director, Thai Committee for Refugees Foundation

Angkhana Neelapaijit, Chairperson, Justice for Peace Foundation

Pornpen  Khongkachonkiet, Director, Cross Cultural Foundation

Pimsiri Petchnamrob, Forum Asia

Dirk Ehlers, Faculty of Law, Westfälische Wilhelms University Münster

“Rights and Freedoms Guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights”

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Goethe University Frankfurt a. M.

“The Principle of Proportionality”

Andreas Føllesdal, Director, PluriCourts Centre for the Study of the Legitimacy of the Global Judiciary, University of Oslo

“The Principle of Subsidiarity and the Margin of Appreciation Doctrine of the European Court of Human Rights”

Slavica Banic, Justice, Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia

“Freedom of Expression in Croatia”

Robert Esser, Director, Research Center for Human Rights in Criminal Proceedings, Faculty of Law, Passau University

“The United Nations Convention Against Torture (CAT)”

Pokpong Srisanit, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Human Rights and Criminal Justice in Thailand”

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CPG Summer Academy on German and European Law 2014

20–30 April 2014, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster, Germany

Gerald Mäsch, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Cross-Border Business Transactions”

Dirk Ehlers, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“The European Union – Legal Overview and Fundamental Freedoms”

Christopher Dallimore, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“The World Trade Organization in the 21st Century”

Moritz Bälz, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Comparative Tort Law”

Henning Glaser, CPG, Thammasat University

“Minority Protection and Parliamentary Discipline in the Framework of the German Constitutional Order”

Heinz-Dietrich Steinmeyer, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“Social Law”

Ingwer Ebsen, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Basic Rights”

Thomas Gutmann,  Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“German and European Jurisprudence – the philosophical tradition of legal thought”

Bartosz Makowicz, European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder)

“To be or not to be: Towards the New Approach of Legal Compliance”

Fabian Wittreck, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“Police Law”

Hans D. Jarass, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“Environmental Law in Germany”

Monika Boehm, Phillips-University Marburg

 “Privacy Principles in Asia and the EU”

Klaus Boers, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“Modern Criminology: Major Aspects”

Sebastian Lohsse, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“Common Origins of Private Law: Roman Law and its reception in Europe”

Bernd Holznagel, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“Regulatory Law – Telecommunications Law as an Example”

Robert Esser, University Passau

“Fundamental Principles of the German Criminal Justice”

Joachim Englisch, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“The German Tax System and its Constitutional Framework”

Christoph Görisch, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität, Münster

“Jurisdiction of the Federal Constitutional Court”

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CPG Summer Academy on ASEAN Community in Legal System Context 2014

21 March 2014, Faculty of Law, University of Jember, Indonesia

Pokpong S, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University-Thailand

Thai Legal System: Theory and Practices

Dato’ Dr. Aishah Bidin, Dean of Faculty of Law, University of Kebangsaan Malaysia

“Legal System in Malaysia: Theory and Practices

Rector of Hanoi Law University

“Vietnamese Legal System: Theory and Practices

Widodo Ekatjahjana, S.H., M.Hum. Dean of Faculty of Law, the University of Jember, Indonesia

“Indonesian Legal System: Theory and Practices

Thomas Schmitz – Lecturer of DAAD – the German Law Centre of Hanoi Law University

 “German Legal System: Theory and Practices

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2013

CPG 4th Annual International Conference on Political and Religious Communities – Partners, Competitors, or Aliens

22-24 November 2013, Lebua at State Tower Hotel, Bangrak, Bangkok

Javier Martinez-Torron, Faculty of Law, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain

“The Relations Between State and Religion – European Achievements and Challenges”

Johannes Zachhuber, Trinity College, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

“Religion and Collective Identity in Modern Western Societies: Theological Reflections on a Political Problem”

Kuo Cheng-Tian, Department of Political Science, National Chengchi University, Taiwan (ROC)

“Democratic Prophets and Priests During Taiwan’s Democratization”

Henning Glaser, Head, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance

Slavica Banic, Justice, Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia, Croatia

“Political Community and Religion in Croatia: Thorny Path towards Partnership”

Thio Li-ann, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, Singapore

“Conflict, Control and Cooperation:  The Singapore ‘Secularism with a Soul’ Model of Regulating Religious Freedom and Maintaining Religious Harmony”

Duc Quang Ly, Project Manager, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Governance

Dirk Ehlers, Faculty of Law, Münster University, Germany

“The State and Religious Communities – Their Relationship and its Development in Germany

Javier Martinez-Torron, Faculty of Law, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain

“Relations Between State and Religious Communities in Spain: Legal Framework and Current Challenges”

Bartosz Makowicz, Faculty of Law, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany

“Religion and European Union”

Warawit Kanithasen, Senior Research Fellow, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Governance, Advisor to the Chief Ombudsman Thailand

Ronojoy Sen, Institute for South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, Singapore

“Situating Indian Secularism: Reading the Indian Constitution and the Constituent Assembly Debates”

Fozi Navid-Abivard, Middle East Institute, University of Singapore, Singapore

“Presidential Elections as Crises Management: Challenges of Representation, Knowledge and Power in the Islamic Republic of Iran

Mohamed Nawab Mohamed Osman, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, National University of Singapore, Singapore

“No god but God: Defining Islam and Muslimness in Contemporary Malaysia”

Binnaz Toprak, Member of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, Turkey

An Islamist Party in Power in a Democratic State: The Case of Turkey”

Heru Susetyo, Faculty of Law, University Indonesia, Indonesia

“How Neutral is the State? – State Power and Religious Practice”

 Wojciech Brzozowski, Faculty of Administration and Law, Warsaw University, Poland

“Religious Neutrality and its Enemies – the Polish Experience”

Andreas Follesdal, PluriCourts Centre of Excellence on the Legitimacy of the Global Judiciary, University of Oslo, Norway

“Religion and the State – the European Court of Human Rights and the ‘Lautsi’ Case About cruxifixes in Italian Class Rooms”

Robert Esser, Research Center ‘Human Rights in Criminal Proceedings’, Faculty of Law, Passau               University, Germany

“Should Criminal Law Protect Against Religious Defamation? – Some Reflections on Section 166 of the German Criminal Code”

Philipp Busche, Faculty of Law, Münster University, Germany

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CPG Winter Academy on Human Rights 2013

17-22 November 2013, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Head, CPG, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Human Rights Between Universalism and Particularism”

Marco Haase, Sino-German Institute of Law, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing

“Is the Weighting of Human Rights Universal?”

Prasit Aekaputra, Faculty of Law, Huachiew Chalermprakiet University

“Teaching and Learning International Human Rights Law Today”

Narong Jaiharn, Dean Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Human Rights and Criminal Justice”

Widodo Ekatjahjana , Faculty of Law, Jember University

“Control for the Constitutional Court in Term of Protecting Citizen’s Constitutional Rights in Indonesia: A Political Threat or A Constitutional Need?”

Laurent Meillan, Human Rights Officer, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Bangkok Regional Office

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Widodo Ekatjahjana , Faculty of Law, Jember University

“Control for the Constitutional Court in Term of Protecting Citizen’s Constitutional Rights in Indonesia: A Political Threat or A Constitutional Need?”

Thomas Schmitz, Hanoi Law University

“The New Chapter on Fundamental Rights in the Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam”

Marco Haase, Sino-German Institute of Law, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing

“Is the Weighting of Human Rights Universal?”

Georg Schlüter, Attorney at Law

“Human Dignity as an Unrestricted Human Rights in the German Basic Law”

Heru Susetyo, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia

“The Development of Human Rights Provisions in the Indonesian Constitution”

Gothom Arya, Institute for Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University, Mahidol University

“Human Rights and Peace”

Andreas Føllesdal, Director, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, Oslo University

“Machiavelli’s ‘The Prince’ at 500 Years: Lessons for International Human Rights Courts”

Wojciech Brzozowski, Faculty of Law and Administration, Warsaw University

“Human Rights – Why the Constitution Does Matter”

Adam Krzywon, Faculty of Law and Administration, Warsaw University

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Navid Fozi- Abivard, Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore

“Nation-State Building and Human Rights in Iran”

Slavica Banic, Justice, Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia

“The Right to Fair Trial, its Aspects Through the Practice of the Constitutional Court and European Court of Human Rights”

Chalida Tajaroensuk, People’s Empowerment Foundation

Veerawit Tianchainan, Thai Committee for Refugees Foundation

Amara Pongsapich, Chairperson, Human Rights Commission Thailand

Panit Nitithanprapas, Chief Ombudsman

Claudia Natali, International Organization for Migration (IOM)

Paisith Sungkahapong , Department of Special Investigation, Ministry of Justice Thailand

Robert Esser, Director, Research Center for Human Rights in Criminal Proceedings, Faculty of Law, Passau University

“Consular Protection in Criminal Proceedings – Art. 36 VCCR (Vienna Convention on Consular Protection)”

Bartosz Makowicz, Faculty of Law, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)

“The Principle of Proportionality as a Limit of Restrictions on Basic Rights”

Dirk Ehlers, Faculty of Law, Westfälische Wilhelms University Münster

“Rights and Freedoms Guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights”

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CPG Summer Academy on Judical Review, International Treaty and Protection of Citizens’s Consititutional Rights in European and Asian Perspective 2013

3-7 July 2013, Faculty of Law, University of Jember

Duc Quang Ly, Project Manager CPG

“Constitution and Politics in European Law Perspective”

Pokpong Srisanit, Thammasat University, Thailand

“Economic Analysis of Thai Criminal Law”

Narong, Thammasat University, Thailand

“Criminal Law and Human Rights in Thailand”

I Gede Widhiana, Chairman of Anti Corruption Study Centre, Faculty of Law, The University of Jember

Indonesian Criminal Law

Rakpong Jaruprapa

“Interface Between European and World Trade Organization”

Pratiwi Puspitho Andini

“Indonesian and Thai Economic Law”

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CPG Summer Academy on Germany and European Law 2013

1-11 April 2013, Westfälische Wilhelms University Münster, Germany

Dirk Ehlers, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

The European Union- Legal Overview and Fundamental Freedoms

Christoph Görisch, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

Jurisdiction of the Federal Constitutional Court

Gerald Mäsch, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Cross- border Transactions

Christopher Dallimore, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

The Institutions, Agreements and Dispute Settlement of the World Trade Organisation

Ingwer Ebsen, Goethe University Frankfurt

Basic Rights

Fabian Wittreck, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

Police Law

Heinz-Dietrich Steinmeyer, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

Social Law

Bartosz Makowicz (AR), European Viadrina University Frankfurt

Compliance

Bernd Holznagel, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

Henning Glaser, Director, CPG

Guardians of the Constitution – Comparative Perspective

Andreas v. Arnauld, Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel

Public International Law and the Role of Federal Courts in Germany

Hans D. Jarass, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

Environmental Law in Germany

Andrea Lohsse, Ruhr University Bochum

Common Origins of Private Law: Roman Law and its Reception in Europe

Klaus Boers, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

Modern Criminology: Major Aspects

Thomas Gutmann, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

German and European Jurisprudence: The Philosophical Tradition of Legal Thought

Moritz Bälz, Goethe University Frankfurt

Comparative Tort Law

Robert Esser, University of Passau

Fundamental Principles of German Criminal Justice

Monika Boehm, Phillips University of Marburg

Privacy Principles in Asia and the EU – a Brief Overview

Thomas Lundmark, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

Legal Reasoning

Joachim Englisch, Westfälische Wilhelms- University Münster

The German Taxation System and its Constitutional Framework

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2012

Political Values in Asia Revisited – Strategies and Norms for the ASEAN Political Security Community

 27 December 2012, Windsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Head, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance

“Contemporary Paradigms of Political Ordering – Reflections in Comparative Perspective”

Son Soubert, High Privy Councilor, Privy Council to His Majesty the King of Cambodia

“Cambodia and the ASEAN: Which Choice Between the Regional and Global powers”

Sulak Sivaraksa, Sathirakoses-Nagapradipa Foundation

“Buddhism in Thailand”

Noor Sulastry Yurni Ahmad, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, University of Malaya

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Hasan Noorhaidi, Sunan Kalijaga Islamic University Yogyakarta

“Transnational Political Islam in Southeast Asia”

Charlene Tan, Policy and Leadership Studies, National Institute of Education, Singapore

“Political Values in Singapore from a Confucian Perspective”

William A. Callahan, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore

“The China Dream, Values and Socialism with Chinese Characteristics”

General Vaipot Srinual, National Strategy Development Centre

“Diversity of Political Values – National Values as Basis for Regional Integration in Southeast Asia”

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The ASEAN Human Rights Declaration – Impacts and Prospects for the Human Rights Regime in Thailand

24 December 2012, Windsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok

Busadee Santipitaks, Deputy Director-General, Department for ASEAN Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand

 “The ASEAN Human Rights Declaration – Main Issues and Concerns”

Chalida Tajaroensuk, Director, People’s Empowerment Foundation

Maneewon Phromnoi, Judge, Supreme Administrative Court of Thailand

Sombat Peutthipongsapuc, Chief Judge, Office of the President of the Supreme Court, Court of Justice

Naras Savestanan, Director General, Right and Liberties Protection Department, Ministry of Justice of Thailand

Vatcharin Panyaprasert, Director, Local Development Planning Division, Department for Local Administration, Ministry of Interior of Thailand

Suttiphol Suthanvuthi, Investigator, Senior Professional Level, Anti-Money Laundering Office of Thailand

Laurent Meillan, Human Rights Officer, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Regional Office for Southeast Asia

Suntaree Rangkusone, Country Director, Oxfam (GB) in Thailand

Michiko Ito, Resettlement Officer, International Organization for Migration

Veerawit Tianchainan, Executive Director, Thai Committee for Refugees Foundation

Representative Chidchanok Sumantrakul, Foundation for Labor and Employment Promotion

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Border Regimes & Border Issues Within an Integrating APSC: Society, Security, and Development

20 – 21 December 2012, Windsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok

Arabinda Acharya, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technology University

“Terrorist Threat Across the Borders of Southeast Asia”

Kasit Piromya, Member of Parliament, former Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of Thailand

Horst Rudolf, Senior Advisor for Myanmar Affairs

Michiko Ito, Resettlement Officer, International Organization for Migration, Country Mission in Thailand

Karl-Bernhard Müller

“Restoring the Rule of Law in Border Areas – Strategic Approaches in Germany and Europe”

Mohd Zaini bin Mohd Akhir, Police Deputy Superintendent, Special Task Force Operations Counter Terrorism Division, Royal Malaysia Police

Henning Glaser, Head, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG)

Mohd Zaini bin Mohd Akhir, Police Deputy Superintendent, Special Task Force Operations Counter Terrorism Division, Royal Malaysia Police

Karl-Bernhard Müller

Amnat Pooksrisuk, Royal Thai Army

Warawit Kanithasen, Senior Research Fellow CPG

Suthin Khieorat, Border Patrol Police Commander (ret.), Royal Thai Police

Carolina Tinangon, First Secretary, Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia

Thomas Koruth Samuel, Director (Research and Publication Division), Southeast Asia Regional Center for Counter-Terrorism, Kuala-Lumpur

“Youth and Violence”

Dato Nazirah Hussain, Ambassador of The Kingdom of Malaysia

Kamthorn Sithtichote, Advisor, Southern Border Provinces Administration Center

Samart Maluleem, Chairman, Committee for Border Affairs, House of Representatives

Angkana Neelapaijit, Justice for Peace Foundation (JPF)

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Islamic Communities in Thailand: Legal and Political Issues of Reform & Representation

13 – 14 December 2012, Windsor Suites Hotel, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“The Complex Relationship between State and Religion in Comparative Perspective”

Jaran Maluleem, Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University

“Islamic Communities in Thailand”

Kittisak Prokati, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Religious Freedom and Application of Islamic Law in Thailand”

Somchai Homlaor, Representative of the Law Reform Commissioner of Thailand

“Legal Reform Issues Related to Islamic Communities in Thailand”

Pakorn Priyakorn, representative of the Office of Sheikhul Islam

“Mandate and Performance of the Sheikhul Islam”

Uztaz Adbuchakura Bin Shafaih (Abdulsuko Dinah), Commissioner of Civil Society Council of the Southernmost Thailand

Hanif Yongstar, Representative of Muslim Group for Peace

Muhammad Dueramac, Representative of Prachatai News

Shakirin Sumalee, Vice Director of Santitham School

Sarifa Yusoh, Representative of SPAN

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CPG’s 3rd Annual Conference on “Constitutional Jurisprudence – Function, Impact, and Challenges”

23-25 November 2012, Lebua at State Tower, Bangkok

Son Soubert, Councilor, Privy Council to His Majesty King Norodom Sihamoni

“Constitutional Courts and Council: Which Future Directions?”

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main, Germany

“When and why can a Constitutional Court be a Legitimate Guardian of the Constitution against the Lawmaker? Some Theoretical and Practical Approaches to the Core question of Constitutional Jurisprudence in Democratic States”

Matthias Jestaedt, Faculty of Law, Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg, Germany

“Multilevel-Constitutionalization-Some Remarks on the Manifold Nature of Constitutionalization”

Miroslaw Wyrzykowski, Faculty of Law and Administration, Warsaw University, Poland

“Constitutional Courts and the European Multilevel   Constitutionalism”

Jiunn-rong Yeh, College of Law, National Taiwan University, Taiwan (ROC)

“Politicization of Constitutional Courts in Asia: Institutional Features, Contexts and Legitimacy”

Javier Garcia Roca, Faculty of Law, Complutense University Madrid, Spain

“The Spanish Constitutional Court – Nowadays Challenges and Problems”

Janedjri M. Gaffar,Secretary General of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Indonesia

Heru Susetyo, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, Indonesia

“Creating Uncertainty of Law and Opposing Popular Desires –
Problem and Challenges of Indonesian Constitutional Court’s Judicial Review”

Jong-ik Chon, School of Law, Seoul National University, South Korea

The Korean Constitutional Court’s Role in the Development of Democracy

Osama Siddique, Faculty of Law, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan

“The Other Pakistan: Special Laws, Diminished Citizenship and the Gathering Storm

Buranaj Samutharaks, Member of Partliament for the Democrat Party Thailand

Chaturon Chaisaeng, Pheu Thai PartyFormer Deputy Prime Minister of Thailand

Bhokin Bhalakula, Former President of the National Assembly of Thailand, Former Vice President of the Supreme Administration Court, Former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior

Andreas Føllesdal, Faculty of Law, Oslo University, Norway

“The Influence of Supra – National Human Rights Law on National Legal Systems”

Robert Esser, Research Center “Human Rights in Criminal Proceedings” (HRCP), Passau University, Germany

“Human Rights Standards for the Independence and Impartiality of National Courts – Reflections on European Union Law, the Jurisprudence  of the ECHR and the “soft law” of the Council of Europe”

Slavica Banic, Justice of the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia, Croatia

“Activism and Self-restraint of the Croatian Constitutional Court”

Kittisak Prokati, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

The Constitutionalization of Private Law in Thailand”

Pál Sonnevend, Faculty of Law, Charles University Budapest, Hungary

“Constitutional Adjudication Under the new Basic Law of Hungary”

Byung-Sun Cho, College of Law, Cheongju University, South Korea

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Bartosz Makowicz, European UniversityViadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany

“The Constituionalization of the Polish Law by the Adjudication of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal and the European Court for Human Rights”

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CPG Winter Academy on Human Rights 2012

19-23 November 2012, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Director, German Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance

„Idea and Concept of Human Rights Between Universalism and Cultural Determination“

Miroslaw Wyrzykow-ski, Warsaw University, former Justice of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal

“If Human Rights Does Matter – Is then the Constitution an Absolute Value?”

Narong Jaiharn, Faculty of Law, Thammasat Uni-versity

“Criminal Justice and the Protec-tion of Human Rights”

Amara Pongsapich, Chairwoman of the National Human Rights Commission of Thailand

“Mandate and Performance of the National Human Rights Commis-sion of Thailand”

James Gomez, Faculty of Political Science, Thammasat University, Robin Ramcharan, Queen’s University Center for International Relations

“The Protection of Human Rights in Southeast Asia: Im-proving the Effectiveness of Civil Society Advocay”

Andreas Føllesdal, Norwe-gian Centre for Human Rights, Oslo University

“The Legitimacy of Multi-Level Human Rights Judiciary”

Gothom Arya, Director, Research Center for Peace Building, Mahidol University

“Human Rights and Peace”

Prasit Aekaputra, Dean, Faculty of Law, Durakhij Pundit University

“International Human Rights and Thai Constitutional Law”

Klaus W. Larres, Richard M. Kresno Distinguished Professor of History and International Affairs, Department of History, University of North Carolina

“The Cold War World – Structures and Priorities: Security, Human Rights, and other Factors”

Widodo Ekatjahjana, Dean, Faculty of Law, Jember University

“Human Rights Protection in the Indonesian Constitution”

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University Frankfurt a. Main

“Administrative Procedure Law from German Perspective”

Miroslaw Wyrzykow-ski, Director, Human Rights Centre, Warsaw University, former Justice of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal

“Constitutional Procedure Law as Part of Constitutionalism”

Widodo Ekatjahjana, Dean, Faculty of Law, Jember University

“Constitutional Court Procedure Law in Indo-nesia in the Constitu-tion 1945 after Amendment”

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excel-lence for Public Policy and Good Governance

“Beware of Foreigners — Constitutional Procedure Law in Thailand and the Influence of Foreign Experts”

Robert Esser, Faculty of Law, Passau University

“Role and Impact of the European Court for Human Rights”

Javier Garcia Roca, Com-plutense University of Madrid

„Europe of Rights: The tradition of the European Convention on Human Rights as a Constitutional Instrument of Public Order”

Slavica Banic, Justice, Constitutional Court of the Republic of Croatia

“The Superiority of Human Rights Protection in Relation to “res iudicata”

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Compliance and Financial Supervision Meeting with Experts from Thailand

24-25 October 2012

Bartosz Makowicz, Academic Director of the Compliance Academy, Chair for Polish Public Law, Commercial and European Law at the European University Frankfurt (Oder)

Andreas Pfingsten, Finance Center Münster, University of Münster

 

October 26, 2012

Johannes Engels, Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin)

 

 

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Actual Foreign Policy Issues in Contemporary World

21 November 2012, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Klaus W. Larres, Richard M. Kresno, Distinguished Professor of History and International Affairs, Department of History, University of North Carolina

“U.S. Foreign Policy after the Re-election of Barack Obama: Main Issues and Concerns”

Kasit Piromya, Democrat Party Thailand, former Thai Minister of Foreign Affairs

Kriengsak Chareonwongsak, Senior Expert and Political AnalystRepresentative of Pheu Thai Party, N.N.

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Soziale Werte und Rechtsstaatlichkeitin ASEAN und Europa

11 November 2012, Dusit Thani Bangkok, Dusit Hall, Bangkok

Surin Pitsuwan, ASEAN-Generalsekretär

Kritisak Prokati, Rechtswissenschaftliche Fakultät,Thammasat Universität, CPG

Karl E. Weber, unabhängiger Forscher und Autor

Charit Tingsabadh, Direktor, Center of European Studies, Chulalongkorn Universität

Paiboon Choungthong, Dozent, King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi

Sivinee Sawatdiaree, National Institute of Metrology (Thailand), Ministry of Science and Technologyt

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FINANCIAL CONTROL AND RISK MANAGEMENT

Oktober 23, 2012

Siekmann

Der Finanzausgleich in Deutschland (oder: Europäisiserung der Bankenaufsicht in Europa

Herr Tilmann

Internationaler Wettbewerb

Herr Bälz

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Diskussionsrunde mit den Referenten, Professor Loewenheim und Professor Ebsen, ehem. Vizepräsident der Universität und Beauftragten für die Partnerschaft mit der Thammasat Universität

 

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Die politische und verfassungsrechtliche Lage in Thailand

15 October 2012, Muenster, Germany

Worachet Pakeerut, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Die politische und verfassungsrechtliche Lage in Thailand”

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CPG Summer Academy on Normative Order of the Human Rights 2012

23-29 September 2012, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder)

Adam Bodnar, assistant professor at the Human Rights Center of the Warsaw University

„Protection of Human Rights by the Council of Europe“

Roman Wieruszewski, Poznan Center of Human Rights, Polish Academy of Science

„Human Rights Protection within the United Nations System“

Tom Koenigs, Member of the Parliament, Chair of the Parliamentary Commission for Human Rights and Humanitarian Aid

„Fundamental Rights

Tomasz Koncewicz, Chair of European and Comparative Law of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Gdansk

„Protection of Human Rights within the European Union“

Mirosław Wyrzykowski, University of Warsaw, Center for Human Rights, former judge of the Polish Constitutional Court

„Contribution of Constitutional Tribunals to the elaboration of Human Rights Standards, scope of the relevant case law (judicial dialogue)“

Henning Glaser, DAAD-lecturer, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance, Thammasat University Bangkok, Thailand

„Globalization of the Human Rights Protection“

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National and Regional Security: Countering Organized Crime and Terrorism in the ASEAN Political Security Community (APSC)

19 – 20 September  2012, The Sukosol Hotel, Bangkok

Rohan Gunaratna, Head, International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research, S. Rajaratnam School of Inter-national Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

The Changing Face of Terrorism”

Sar Moline, Executive Director, ASEANAPOL Secretariat.

“Roles and Functions of ASEANAPOL Secretariat“

Yunbin Eo, Regional Specialized Officer, INTERPOL Liaison Office in Bangkok.

“INTERPOL’s Activities to Combat Transnational Crime“

Vipon Kititasnasorchai, Counter-Terrorism Officer, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime-Regional Centre for East Asia and the Pacific.

“UNODC Roles on Counter-Terrorism in Southeast Asia”

Gary Lewis, Regional Representative, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, Regional Centre for East Asia and the Pacific

“The Transnational Organized Crime Threat Assessment 2012”

Rommel Banlaoi, Executive Director, Philippine Institute for Peace, Violence and Terrorism Research

“Crime-Terrorism-Insurgency Nexus in the Philippines”

Petrus Reinhard Golose, Director of Operation, Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Terorisme (Indonesia National Counter Terrorism Agency)

“The Transformation of Terrorist Organizations in Indonesia”

Nguyen Hong Quan, Deputy Director General, Institute for Defence Strategy, Ministry of National Defence, Vietnam

“Vietnam’s Points of View on Combating Terrorism and Transnational Organized Crime”

Mohd Zaini bin Mohd Akhir, Police Deputy Superintendent, Special Task Force Operations Officer, Counter Terrorism Division, Royal Malaysia Police

“Counter-Terrorism Strategies in Malaysia”

Michael McNamara, Export Control and Related Border Security Program, United States Embassy Bangkok

“Mandate and Performance of the EXBS Program”

Daniel P. H. Shan, Section Chief, International Operation Division, Investigation Bureau, Ministry of Justice, Taiwan (ROC)

“MJIB’s Internation-al Cooperation Strategies on Curbing Organized Crime”

Chanchai Pongpassorn, Director of Special Task Bureau, Director of Special Task Force Bureau, Anti-Money Laundering Office, Thailand

“Preventing Measures on Money Laundering”

Wang Yu-wei, Director, Central Police University, Department of Border Police, Taiwan (ROC)

“Taiwan’s Counter-Terrorism Efforts and Cooperation with ASEAN”

John Curtis, Project Manager, Transnational Crime Network, Australian Federal Police

“Australian Federal Police Approach to Transna-tional Organized Crime in Southeast Asia”

Herman Joseph S. Kraft, Executive Director, Institute for Strategic and Development Studies-Philippines.

“Fighting Transnational Crime in Southeast Asia”

Roderic Broadhurst, ARC Centre for Excellence in Policing and Security, School of Regulation, Justice and Diplomacy, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australia National University

“Improving Counter-measures against Transnational Organized Crime”

Eelco Kessels, Program Manager, International Center for Counter-Terrorism, The Hague.

“Links Between Terrorism and Organized Crime as a Challenge to Counter-Operations”

Aphiwat Chirasirisophon, Krisdika Counsel Senior Professional Level, Council of State, Thailand

“Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism Act”

Herminio Harry L. Roque Jr., Director, Institute of International Legal Studies, University of the Philippines Law Center.

“Overview of Anti-Terrorism Legislation in Southeast Asia”

Thomas K. Samuel, Director (Research and Publications), Southeast Asia Regional Centre for Counter-Terrorism, Malaysia

“Reaching the Youth: Countering the Terrorist Narrative”

Michael Coldrick, Chairman, World EOD Foundation

“The Men Who Are Not Afraid of God”

 

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Constitutional Reform and Islamic Communities in Thailand

30-31 August 2012, Siam Hotel, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Head CPG

“Conflict and Cooperation in the Relation between the State and Religion”

Kittisak Prokati, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“The Implementation of Islamic Law in Thailand”

Anas Amatayakul, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Mahidol University

“Muslim Representative Organizations and Their relation to the State”

Sukree Langputeh, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Yala Islamic University

“Civic and Ethnic Nationalism: Their Implications to Muslims’ Political Participation in the Thai Democratic System”

Petchara Pliensiri, Witness Protection Office, Rights and Liberties Protection Department, Ministry of Justice of Thailand

Sittipong Chantawarod, Director, Muslim Attorney Council Foundation

Roundtable discussion among all participants:

“The Thai State and Islamic Communities – Reform Issues and Policy Recommendations”

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Seeking for Remedies in Human Right Cases

27 -28 August 2012, Pullman Bangkok King Power, Thailand

Maneewon Phromnoi, Supreme Administrative Court of Thailand

Petchara Pliensiri, Witness Protection Office, Rights and Liberties Protection Department, Ministry of Justice of Thailand

Poonthep Sirinupong, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Laurent Mellian, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

The Contribution to Human Rights Protection by the UN Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

Henning Glaser, Head CPG

“The Concept of Human Rights and its Practical Operationalization”

Suyanee Yotdamnoen, Thai Committee for Refugees Foundation

Gaewgarn Fuangtong, Jintana Sakulborirak, Asylum Access Thailand

Watcharapong Muanpan, Liberal Party Thailand

Patchara Karschamroon, Bamrungmueng Party

 “Reforms Issues Pertaining to the System and Procedures of Human Rights Protection in Thailand”

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The Legal and Institutional Framework of Human Rights Protection

25-26 August 2012, Lee Garden Hotel, Hatyai, Songkhla, Thailand

Poonthep Sirinupon, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Constitutional Protection of Human Rights“

Poonthep Sirinupon, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Administrative Litigation and Human Rights Protection”

Henning Glaser, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Application of the Idea and Concept Human Rights Practical”

Pitikan Sithidej, Deputy Director General, Rights and Liberties Protection Department, Ministry of Justice

 

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Democratic Development in Thailand

13 August 2012, Muenster, Germany

Warawit Kanithasen, CPG Senior Research Fellow

“Democratic Development in Thailand”

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National Values – Function and Role for National Policy and Strategy Development

25 July 2012, Novotel at Siam Square, Bangkok

Kasem Wattanachai, Member of the Royal Privy Council

“Concept of National Development Strategy Matters of Politic and Security”

Veerachai Khuprasert, Director (Institute for Global Affairs), Sasin Institution, Chulalongkorn University

“Concept of National Development Strategy: Matters of Economic”

Veerachai Khuprasert, Board Member, Foundation for International Human Resource Development

“Concept of National Development Strategy: Matters of Social-Culture”

Topic Discussion

Moderator: Major-General Surasit Thanadtang, Director of Strategic Research Institute

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Democratic Leadership and Constitutional Law

20 July 2012, Bangkok, Thailand

Haig Patapan, School of Government and International Relations, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia

“Democratic Leadership and Constitutional Law”

 

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The Protection of Basic Rights in the German Constitutional System

30 June 2012, Solo, Indonesia

Duc Quang Ly, CPG Project Manager

The Protection of Basic Rights in the German Constitutional System

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The Judiciary Within the Constitutional Power-Structure of Democratic Systems in Asia

Ibrahim, S.H.,M.H.,LLM., Commissioner of the Judicial Commission

Widodo Ekatjahjana, Chairman of APHAMK

Duc Quang Ly, CPG

Open panel discussion:

Judicial Powers, Judicial Corruption and Judicial Control System to Reinforce Judge’s Honor and Dignity

 

 

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Self-Administration in the City of Munich

Ursula Männle, Chairperson of the Committee of Federal and European Affairs at the Bavarian Parliament, Minister of State (ret.), Deputy Chairperson of the Hanns Seidel Foundation

„Federalism and Local Self-Government in the Federal Republic of Germany“

Prof. Dr. Reinhard Meier-Walser, Head of the Academy for Politics and Current Affairs, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Hanns Seidel Foundation

Dr. Chockchai Dejamornthan, Deputy Director General, Department of Local Administration, Ministry of the Interior of The Kingdom of Thailand

Gisela Lang-Hefferle, Legal Department of the Directorate of the City of Munich

“Administrative and Legal Structures in the Capital City of Munich”

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Regional Constitutions? EU and ASEAN Compared

26 May 2012, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Joerg Menzel, Faculty of Law, Bonn University

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The European Economic Crisis

23 May 2012, Thammasat Univsersity, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Andreas von Stechow, former German Ambassador to the Kingdom of Thailand

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The Indonesian Constitutional System – Based on the Constitution after Amendment of 1945

14 May 2012, Passau, Germany

Widodo Ekatjahjana, Jember University Indonesia

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CPG Summer Academy on German and European Law 2012

5-15 May 2012, University of Passau, Germany

Rainer Wernsmann, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„Constitutional Process“

Hans-Georg Dederer, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„Principles of Public International Law“

Christian Thiemann, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„Constitutional Court“

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

„Basic Rights“

Moritz Bälz, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

„Law of Torts“

Frank Bayreuther, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„Labour Law Right of Termination“

Wolfgang Hau, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„Principles of German Civil Justice“

Dörte Poelzig, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„European Company Law“

Florian Eichel, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt

„Treatment of Minors in Civil Law“

Dennis Solomon, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„Consumer Protection“

Robert Esser, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„Fundamental Principles of German Criminal Justice“

„Criminal Court System / The Role of Defence Counsel“

Fabian Wittreck, Faculty of Law, University Muenster

„Police Law“

Christoph Herrmann, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„Law of the European Union“

Ulrike Müßig, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„Constitutional discourse in the 18th century Europe“

„The common legal tradition of a court established by law“

Jochen Bung, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„Historical Foundation of International Criminal Law“

Susanne Bettendorf, Faculty of Law, University Passau

„Criminal Law relating to Youth Offenders“

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Party Financing – Between Sins and Senses

28 March 2012, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Umbach, School of Law of Grigol Robakidze University, Tiflis, republic of Georgia

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The Polish Constitutional System

16 March 2012, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

Bartosz Makowicz, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany

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Basic Rights between Nation-State and Globalization – German-Polish Perspectives

1-2 March 2012, Frankfurt (Oder) Germany

Andrzej Rzepliński, Richter und Präsident des polnischen Verfassungsgerichtshofes

Herta Däubler-Gmelin, Bundesjustizministerin a.D.

Bogusław Banaszak, Lehrstuhl für Verfassungsrecht, Universität Breslau

Franz C. Mayer, LL.M. (Yale), Lehrstuhl für Öffentliches Recht, Europarecht, Völkerrecht, Rechtsvergleichung und Rechtspolitik, Universität Bielefeld

Christoph Degenhart, Lehrstuhl für Staats- und Verwaltungsrecht sowie Medienrecht, Universität Leipzig

Siegfried Broß, Richter am Bundesverfassungsgericht a.D.

Andrzej Wróbel, Richter am polnischen Verfassungsgerichtshof

Henning Glaser, DAAD-Professor, Director of CPG- Bangkok, Thailand

Wojciech Hermelinski, Richter am Polnischen Verfassungsgerichtshof

Winfried Hassemer, Richter am Bundesverfassungsgericht a.D. Vize

Pasquale Policastro, Lehrstuhl für Verfassungsrecht und Europäische Integration, Universität Stettin

Heinrich-Amadeus Wolff, Lehrstuhl für Öffentliches Recht, insbes. Staatsrecht und Verfassungsgeschichte, Europa-Universität Viadrina Frankfurt (O.)

Helmut Siekmann, Professur für Geld-, Währungs- und Notenbankrecht der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main

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CPG's 2nd Annual Conference on "Conflict and Consent in the Constitutional Basic Order"

24-26 February 2012, Lebua at State Tower Hotel, Bangkok

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main, Germany

“Social Conflicts as Constitutional Conflicts and Conditions for Their Resolution by Constitutional Jurisdiction”

Robert Esser, Faculty of Law, Passau University, Germany

“The Protection of State Interests in German Criminal Law”

Fabian Wittreck, Faculty of Law, Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster

“The Banning of Parties as Remedy or Symptom for Crises?”

Warawit Kanithasen, CPG Senior Research Fellow, former Thai Ambassador

Maurice Adams, Faculty of Law, University Antwerp and Tilburg, Belgium

“The Politics of the Belgian Constitution: Explanatory Models”

Joerg Luther, Faculty of Political Science, Economy and Social Science, University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy

“Conflict and Consent in the Constitutional Order of Italy: Lessons for (and from) Thailand?”

Miroslaw Wyrzykowski, Director, Human Rights Centre, Warsaw University, Poland, former Justice of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal, Poland

Gabor Attila Toth, Faculty of Law, University Debrecen, Hungary

“Hungary’s Constitutional Transformation from a Central-European Comparative Perspective”

Sibel Inceoglu, Faculty of Law, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey

“Constitutional Conflict and the Idea of a New Constitution in Turkey”

Heru Susetyo, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, Indonesia

Steven Thiru, Malaysian Bar Association, Malaysia

“Jurisdictional Conflicts Under the Malaysian Constitution: Article 121(1A), the Civil Court and the Syariah Court”

Widodo Ekatjahjana, Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Jember, Indonesia

“Implementation of the Pancasila Values and Constitutional Problems in Indonesia After Amendment of the Constitution of 1945”

Vitit Muntarbhorn, Faculty of Law, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

Seog-Yun Song, School of Law, Seoul National University, South Korea

“Pluralist Integration in the South Korean Constitutional Politics: in Relation to Current Issues”

Jau-Yuan Hwang, College of Law, National Taiwan University, Taiwan (Republic of China)

“Divided National Identities and Constitutional Changes: The Case of Taiwan”

Kittisak Prokati, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

Surat Horachaikul, Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

“Democracy, Peace and the Recent Attempt on Constitutional Change in Thailand”

Bhokin Bhalakula, former President of the National Assembly of Thailand, Thailand

“How can we Protect Thai Democracy?”

Seog-Yun Song, School of Law, Seoul National University, South Korea

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Human Rights Protection in Criminal Law – The European Perspective

22 February 2012, Office of the National Human Rights Commission of Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand

Robert Esser, Faculty of Law, Passau University, Germany

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’Arab Spring’ – Prospects and Challenges for Good Governance in the Near and Middle East

13 February, 2012, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Phrachan Campus, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Director, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance (CPG), Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Patterns and Cleavages of Governance in the Middle East” 

Christoph Marcinkowski, Principal Research Fellow, International Institute of Advanced Islamic Studies, Kuala Lumpur

“The ‘Arab Spring’: Struggle for Civil Liberties or Drive Toward Islamist Theocracy?”

Sukree Langputeh, Dean of Faculty of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, Yala Islamic University, Pattani, Thailand

“Political Reform in the Middle East: Harmonization of Islam and Democracy” 

Imtiyaz Yusuf, Lecturer, Graduate School of Philosophy and Religion, Assumption University Bangkok,Thailand

“Arab Spring and the Muslim Southeast Asia”

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2011

Human Rights Protection: Concept, Practice, and Challenges

24-25 September 2011, C.S. Pattani Hotel, Pattani, Thailand

Ghazali Benmhad, Interpreter and Lecturer, Islamic Law Division, Faculty of Islamic Study, Yala Islamic University

 “Understanding the Ideas & Concept of Human Rights: Islamic Interpretation”

Sittipong Chantawarod, Director, Muslim Attorney Council Foundation (MAC)

“The Reality of Human Rights in the Southern Border Provinces”

Kitcha Ali-Ishoh, Director and Secretary Lawyer, Muslim Attorney Centre Foundation (MAC)

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Institutional Problems in Constitutional Law - Comparative Perspectives

24 June 2011, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Bangkok

Widodo Ekatjahjana, S.H., M. Hum., Chairman, The Indonesian Lecturer Association of Constitutional Court Procedural Law

Duc Quang Ly, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance

Al Khanif, S.H., M.A, LL.M., the Indonesian Lecturer Association of Constitutional Court Procedural Law

Hartiningsih, S.H., M. H., The Indonesian Lecturer Association of Constitutional Court Procedural Law

Kittisak Prokati, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

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De-Radicalization and Disengagement in Counter-Terrorism Strategies

20-21 June 2011, Rembrandt Hotel, Bangkok

Max Taylor, Director, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St. Andrews, Scotland

“Current and Evolving Trends in Deradicalization and Disengagement – Experiences from Northern Ireland”

Peter Lehr, Senior Research Associate, Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St. Andrews, Scotland

“European De-Radicalization and Counterterrorism Concepts”

Mohamed Feisal Bin Mohamed Hassan, Senior Analyst, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

“Terrorist Rehabilitation: A Winning Hearts and Minds Approach”

Michael Fischer, Institute for Security and Prevention Research, Hamburg, Germany

“Rationality and Radicalness in Terrorist Action: Implications for Deradicalization”

Piya Khungkhum, Intelligence Officer, Senior Professional Level, National Intelligence Agency, Kingdom of Thailand

“Some Remarks on the Current Security Situation: The ThreatFrom Terrorism”

Surasit Thanadtang, Director, Strategic Studies Centre, Royal Thai Armed Forces, Kingdom of Thailand

“Urban and Contemporary Terrorism: Thailand Perspective”

Boonchu Kirdchok, Deputy Director, Counter Terrorists Operation Centre, Royal Thai Armed Forces, Kingdom of Thailand

“Thailand Counter Terrorism and Future”

Rommel Banlaoi, Chairman of the Board and ExecutiveDirector of the Philippine Institute for Peace, Violence and Terrorism Research, Philippines

“Counter-Terrorism Measures and De-Radicalization Programs in Southeast Asia: A View From the Philippines”

Kennimrod Sariburaja, Research Officer, Southeast Asia Regional Centre for Counter Terrorism, Malaysia

“Youth and Terrorism”

Mohd Zaini bin Mohd Akhir, Operation Officer, Special Task Force (Operations/Counter-Terrorism), Royal Malaysia Police

“The De-Radicalization Program in Malaysia”

Henning Glaser, Principal Coordinator & Member of Supervisory Board, German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellence for Public Policy and Good Governance

“From Violence to Compliance – Chances and Challenges ofDe-Radicalization and Disengagement in Counter-TerrorismStrategies”

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CPG Academy on German and Europe Law 2011

4–14 April  2011, Goethe-University Frankfurt, Germany

Peter Gilles, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Overview to German justice system compared to Thai justice system”

Cornelius Prittwitz, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Introduction into Criminal Law and Criminal Law Proceedings”

Moritz Bälz, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Comparative Law”

Guido Pfeifer, Goethe University Frankfurt

“History of Law: Ancient Legal History”

Rainer Wernsmann, University of Passau

“Party Dissolution”

Robert Esser, University of Passau

“Fundamental Principles of German Criminal Justice”

Fabian Wittreck, Westfälische-Wilhelms University Münster

“European Union Law”

April 8, 2011

Heinz-Dietrich Steinmeyer, Westfälische-Wilhelms University Münster

“Social Law”

Prof. Dr. Hau, University of Passau

“The Law of Civil Procedure”

Klaus Günther, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Legal Theories and Philosophy”

Karl-Heinz Kohl, Goethe University Frankfurt

“European Company Law”

Klaus Boers, Westfälische-Wilhelms University Münster

“Major Aspects of Modern Criminology”

Thilo Marauhn, Justus-Liebig University Gießen

“Peacebuilding”

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European Union Border Security

23 March 2011, Faculty of Law of Thammasat University, Bangkok

Prof. Bartosz Markowicz, faculty of Law, European University Viadrina Frankfurt (Oder), Germany

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UN and ASEAN Mechanisms & Conditions for a National Plan on Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance

1-2 March 2011, Novotel on Siam Square, Bangkok

Nidhirat Srisirirojanakorn, Humanitarian Affairs Analyst, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA)

“OSLO Guidelines and Draft APC-MADRO”

Arghya Sinha Roy, Programme Manager Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC)

“Hyogo Framework for Action in Asia Pacific”

Second Panel: ASEAN – Framework of Disaster Management

Suriya Chindawongse, ASEAN 1 Division, Department of ASEAN, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kingdom of Thailand

“ASEAN Mechanisms: AADMER, AHA Centre and SASOP”

Tossaporn Homcharoen, Deputy Director, Office of Policy and Strategy, Office of Policy and Planning, Ministry of Defence, Kingdom of Thailand

ASEAN Defence Ministers’ Meeting”

Henning Glaser, Thammasat University, Faculty of Law

“Benefits and Aspects of an Advanced National Disaster Management Plan under Military Guidance”

Adthaporn Singhawichai, Director of Research and International Cooperation Bureau, Department of Disaster                Prevention and Mitigation, Ministry of Interior, Kingdom of Thailand

“National Disaster Management Structures and links to  ASEAN Mechanisms”

Saniroj Thaumayos, Royal Thai Armed Forces Colonel Prutpan Pantoopo, Royal Thai Army

Chesta Jaipiam, Royal Thai Navy

Group Captain Tanehtsak Wudhapitak, M.D., Royal Thai Air force

“Defence Mechanisms on Disaster Management: Experiences from the Royal Thai Military”

Sanjeeb K. Shakya, PHE Coordinator, Public Health in Emergencies (PHE), Asian Disaster Preparedness Center (ADPC)

“Exercise Management – A Tool for Capacity Development”

Prasarn Sathansathit, Raks Thai Foundations

“Experiences of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)”

Wilfried A. Hermann, Human Development Forum Foundation

“Experiences of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)”

Thapani Eiatsrichai, Assistant Editor and Field Journalist, TV Channel 3

Sravood Mardtong, Super Star

“Experiences of TV Media”

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Constitutional Jurisprudence and the Ordering of the Political Community

17 February 2011, Thammasat University, Faculty of Law, Tha Prachan, Bangkok

Henning Glaser, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Function and Role of Constitutional Courts Within the Political Power Structure”

Miroslaw Wyrzykowski, Faculty of Law and Administration, Warsaw University, former Judge of the Constitutional Tribunal of the Republic of Poland

“Constitutionalisation of Politics vs. Politization of the Constitutional Judiciary”

Narongdech Srukhosit, Faculty of Law, Chulalongkorn University

“Party Dissolution under Section 237 of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Thailand”

Thanet Aphornsuvan, Pridi Banomyong International College, Thammasat University

“The End of Order and Constitutional Jurisprudence in Thai  Political Community”

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Is International Human Rights Review an Undemocratic and Illegitimate Check on Parliament?

15 February 2011, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Andreas Follesdal, Norwegian Centre for Human Rights, Faculty of Law, University of Oslo, Norway

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Mapping of Systems of Normative Order in the Southern Border Provinces

26–27 February 2011, C.S.PATTANI HOTEL, Rusamilae, Muang, Pattani, Thailand

Henning Glaser, Faculty of Law, CPG, Thammasat University

 “Systems of Normative Order in the Southern Border Provinces: Simultaneous Interrelations and Conflicts”

Preeda Tongchumnum, Legal Officer, Cross Cultural Foundation (CrCf)

“Mapping of System of Normative Order in the Southern Border Provinces”

Eakpant Pindabanija, PH.D, Mahidol University, Research Center for Peace Building

“Security Approach vs. Suspect Protection: The Given Rights and Competencies under Different Applicable Laws in the Southern Border”

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The Protection of Human Rights through the International Criminal Court as a Contribution to Constitutionalization and Nation – Building

21-23 January 2011, Four Seasons Hotel, Bangkok

Hans-Peter Kaul, Second Vice-President of the International Criminal Court, The Hague, Netherlands

“Human Rights and the International Criminal Court”

Mirosław Wyrzykowski, Faculty of Law and Administration, Warsaw University, former Judge of the Constitutional Tribunal of the Republic of Poland (2001-2010), Poland

“Constitutionalization of Miracle: the Circumstances of Succesful Transformation in Poland

Koji Teraya, Graduate Schools for Law & Politics, University of Tokyo, Japan

“Overlapping Constitutionalism in a Pluralistic World: Is the ICC an Ideal Protector for Human Rights in the World?”

Magnus Killander, Center for Human Rights, University of Pretoria, South Africa

“Accountability for Gross Human Rights Violations and Nation-Building – Lessons from Africa”

Warawit Kanithasen, CPG Senior Research Fellow, former Thai Ambassador

Pablo Galain Palermo, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, Germany

“Transitional Justice in Argentina and Uruguay: a continuing confrontation of the Past”.

Gustavo Rojas Paez, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, Germany

Hor Peng, Royal University of Law and Economics, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

“The Development of Cambodian Constitution on International             Human Rights Laws and International Criminal Justice”

Thun Saray, Cambodian Human Rights Development Association, Cambodia

“The Needed Involvement of Victims to Participate and Contribute to Justice.”

Nina Jorgensen, Faculty of Law, Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

“’We the peoples’. The role of the International Criminal Tribunals in Sierra Leone and Cambodia:  Are they serving local needs and hopes for justice and human rights protection?”

Nandor Knust, Head of International Criminal Law Section, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, Germany

PMTJ: A Pluralistic Model of Transitional Justice – a Rwandan Case Study”

Henning Glaser, Principal Coordinator & Member of Supervisory Board CPG

Hans-Peter Kaul, Second Vice-President of the International Criminal Court, The Hague, Netherlands

“The International Criminal Court – Key Features, Current Situation and Challenges”

Jörg Menzel, Faculty of Law, University Bonn, Germany

“The International Criminal Court – Limits and Alternatives”

Sienho Yee, Institute of International Law, Wuhan University, China

“Ambiguous Defenses Under the Rome Statute: With Particular Emphasis on Duress”

Jaturon Thirawat, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Thailand

Franziska Eckelmans, Center for International Migration, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

“No Impunity for International Crimes – Case Scenarios on the National Level”

Vitit Muntarbhorn, Faculty of Law, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

“Development of the International Criminal Court – A Thai Perspective”

Hang Chhaya, Khmer Institute for Democracy, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

“Civil Society [Dog-Catcher] Role in the ECCC:  Has It Been Useful?

Harry Roque, Jr., College of Law, University of the Philippines, Philippines

“Progressive Contributions of the ICC to Domestic Legal Systems: A Case Study on the Maguindanao Massacre”

Evelyn Balais Serrano, Asia and the Pacific Coalition for the International Criminal Court, Philippines

“Opportunities and Challenges for ICC Ratification and Implementation in Southeast Asia”

Naruemon Thabchumpon, International Development Studies, Faculty of Political Science, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

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Constitutional Review in Korea

14 January 2011, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University, Tha Prachan Campus, Bangkok

Seog-Yun Song, College of Law, Seoul National University, South Korea

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2010

CPG 1st Annual International Conference on Constitutionalism and Good Governance

15-17 November 2010, Lebua at State Tower, Bangkok

Hassavut Vititviriyakul, President of Supreme Administrative Court of the Kingdom of Thailand

Rudolf Mellinghoff, Judge of the German Federal Constitutional Court

“Election Law and the Constitutional Order in Germany”

John Allison, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge

“Introduction to the Historical Constitutionalism of English Common Law”

Bodo Pieroth, Faculty of Law, Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster

“The Idea of the ‘State of Law’ and its Development in German Constitutional History”

Son Soubert, High Privy Councillor to His Majesty the King, Kingdom of Cambodia

Ingwer Ebsen, Faculty of Law, Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main

“Democracy and Majority Rule”

Dirk Ehlers, Faculty of Law, Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster

“Federalism and Decentralization as the Principles of Separation of Power”

Libin Xie, Law School, China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing

Robert Esser, Faculty of Law, Passau-University

“The Implementation of Human Rights in National Criminal Procedure Law as a Contribution to Constitutionalization”

Rainer Grote, Max Planck Institute for Public Comparative Law and Public International Law, Rupprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg

“The Communication Freedoms (speech, press, assembly) in the German Basic Law and in the European Convention on Human Rights”

Marsudi Triatmodjo, Dean of Faculty of Law, Universitas Gadjah Maha, Yogjakarta

Albert H. Y. Chen, Faculty of Law, University of Hong Kong

“Western Constitutionalism in Southeast Asia: Some Historical and Comparative Reflection”

Björn Dressel, The Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University, Brisbane

“Constitutional Transformation in Asia: The Role of the Judiciary”

Haig Patapan, Ph.D, The Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University, Brisbane

Prof. Dr. Boonsri Mewongukote, Faculty of Law, Thammasat University

“Constitutionalism in Thailand: Problems and Perspectives”

Satya Arinanto, Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia

“Constitutionalism in Indonesia”

Claudia Derichs, Institute for Political Science, Philipps-University Marburg

“Constitutional Rights in Multiethnic States – The Case of Malaysia”

Warawit Kanithasen, former Thai Ambassador, CPG Senior Research Fellow

“Critical Observations on the Freedom of Assembly in Thailand”

Seog-Yun Song, College of Law, Seoul National University

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CPG Summer Academy on German and European Law 2010

6-15 April 2010, Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany

Peter Gilles, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Overview to German justice system compared to Thai justice system”

Cornelius Prittwitz, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Introduction into CriminalLaw and Criminal LawProceedings”

Wolfgang Hau, University Passau

“The German Law of Civil Procedure”

Robert Esser, University Passau

“Criminal Procedure in Germany”

“The Criminal Court System in Germany”

Helmut Siekmann, Goethe University Frankfurt

“General introduction into Constitutional Law”

Rainer Wernsmann, University Passau

“Party Dissolution”

Ute Sacksofsky, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Function of the Federal Constitutional Court”

Guido Pfeifer, Goethe University Frankfurt

“History of Law: Ancient Legal History”

Klaus Günther, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Legal Theories and Philosophy”

Albrecht Cordes, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Presentation of Sachsenspiegel”

Fabian Wittrek, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität Münster

“European Union Law”

Günter Frankenberg, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Introduction into Comparative Law”

Stefan Kadelbach, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Pluralism of Law”

Helmut Weiss, Goethe University Frankfurt

“Introduction into Labor Law”

Karl-Heinz Kohl, Goethe University Frankfurt

“German and European Company Law”

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