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Swedish delegation visits ILSTA

A delegation of 15 Swedes who have been involved in Swedish development cooperation with Laos during the last forty years visited ILSTA’s office in Laos and were given an update on the situation in the legal sector by ILSTA’s Vice President. The delegation included four former heads of the Swedish Embassy to Laos and the […]

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Course – English for International Law

In October-November 2015  ILSTA, in cooperation with the EU delegation in Laos, delivered a course focusing on English for International Law to 25 law professionals from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Public Security, National Assembly et al.

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Workshop – The National Institute of Justice

A two-day workshop on teaching methodology was given by ILSTA 22-23 October for trainers of the National Institute of Justice (NIJ). Attendants included 25 teachers, both permanent lecturers and guest speakers of the NIJ and focused on learner-centered teaching methodology. NIJ is responsible for training future Judges, Prosecutors and members of the Lao Bar Association.

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2015 Open Lectures

Welcome to Open Lectures given at the Faculty of Law and Political Science, National University of Laos. All lectures are open to Law professionals, teachers, students and others with an interest in Law. Lecture series calendar

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Open Lecture – Rule of Law

An Open Lecture on Rule of Law (RoL) was given by Mr. Erik Häggqvist, Director of ILSTA, on 20 October 2015. The lecture provided an overview of the concept Rule of Law. Laos has committed to establish RoL by 2020 – it was discussed what will be needed to achieve this objective. What commitments have […]

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Open Lecture – Human Trafficking

On 2 July an open lecture on the criminal law aspects of Human trafficking was organised at the Faculty of Law and Political Science in Vientiane. With this workshop, law professors and students got a better understanding  through a case-study of the specifics of human trafficking and its differences  to other  criminal offenses, especially  smuggling of migrants. The lecture included […]

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