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Teaching
Collaboration

28 August – 6 September
2017
Vietnam/CambodiaAcademic Networking and CollaborationsIn the first of its kind, the Academic
Partnerships and Public Advocacy (APPA) committee supported a teaching
collaboration between the Faculty of Law and Public Affairs, Paññāsāstra University of
Cambodia 
(FLPA- PUC) and  School of Law, Vietnam
National University (SL-VNU), Hanoi.Prof. Phallack Kong, Ph.D. from FLPA-PUC
and Lect. Huong Ngo, Ph.D. from SL-VNU collaborated on teaching two courses
titled – “Human Rights in Southeast Asia” and “Human Rights in
ASEAN” at the two universities.

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Expert Lectures

30
September – 1 October
Paññāsāstra
University of Cambodia
Phnom Penh, CambodiaDr.
Sriprapha Petcharamesree
, Lecturer, Institute of
Human Rights and Peace Studies,
delivered two lectures –
International Human Rights Protection Mechanisms and Human Rights Protection
Mechanisms in ASEAN.The lectures were attended by the Master of Law 4th year
students in the first ever taught human rights elective at the Faculty of Law
and Public Affairs at the University, an output of the the teaching collaboration
between Dr. Phallack Kong (FLPA-
PUC
, Cambodia) and Dr. Huong Ngo (SL-VNU,
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Lecture
Tours

Vietnam to
Indonesia
28 Nov – 2 Dec 2016Dr.
Giao Vu CongVice Director – Institute of Public Policy and Law, Vietnam
National University, HanoiDr. Giao shared knowledge about corruption,
transparency and freedom of expression to students of Law Faculty from
University Surabaya, Airlangga University and Muhammadiyah University of
Surabaya. Dr. Giao also shared his knowledge about the relation between human
rights, corruption and good governance from international and domestic (Vietnam)
point of view.

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Malaysia to
Indonesia
4-­‐9 Dec 2016Dr. Azmi Sharom Associate ProfessorFaculty of Law, University of Malaya Kuala
Lumpur, MalaysiaDr. Sharom shared his expertise in human rights, rule of law,
Malaysian Constitution, and the Freedom of Expression and Press through
lectures and a public seminar. He exposed stakeholders, especially students
and academics to human rights issues in other Southeast Asian countries in
the context of the rule of law.

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Indonesia to
Vietnam
16- 20 January 2017Dr. Herlambang P. WiratramanDirector at Centre of Human Rights
Law Studies (HRLS)SHAPE-SEA is committed to building a community of
lecturers, researchers and scholars with varied experiences committed to the
strengthening human rights and peace research and education in Southeast
Asia. Our commitment is visible through the various activities undertaken by
SHAPE-SEA as a program through research, education, academic partnership and
public advocacy and publications.

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Philippines
to Cambodia
21 – 27 October 2017Ms. Lorna. Q. IsraelSenior Lecturer – Miriam College, Quezon
City, PhilippinesPaññāsāstra University of CambodiaMs. Israel delivered two
lectures at the Faculty of Law and Public Affairs (FLPA) and Faculty of
Social Science and International Relations (FSSIR) and a public seminar under
the broad title of “The Rights to have rights”.

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