List of Interventions in the Commissions at the 17th IADL Congress

Commission I. RIGHT TO PEACE

Note

1 The Right to Live in Peace as the Right to Neither Be Harmed nor Do Harm in Any Military Violence Whatsoever

Hajime Kawaguchi, Lawyer (Nagoya)

2 Incorporation of Peace Provision into Each Country’s Constitution

• What should we do after the Article 9 Conference?

• A proposal to the IADL

Jun Sasamoto, Lawyer and Secretary-General of JALISA

3 LA CHARTE DES NATIONS UNIES, PRINCIPE SUPERIEUR DE LEGALITE

Roland WEYL, Droit-Solidarité

in French

4 Charter and the UN to rescind the war in the national constitution
Pham Lan Dung- Law Faculty of International Diplomatic Academy

 

5 Security Council United Nations in maintaining peace, international security and international treaties on weapons except destruction series
Mr. Le Hoai Trung, Director of International Organizations, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
6 SOIXANTE ANS APRES L’APPEL DE STOCKHOLM

DE LA MOBILISATION ENCORE ACTUELLE CONTRE L’ ARME NUCLEAIRE A L’ EXIGENCE D UN MONDE SANS ARMES POUR ASSURER LE DROIT AU DEVELOPPEMENT

Monique Picard-Weyl, Avocat Honoraire, Droit Solidarité FRANCE

7 Petition to the International Commission on Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament

Kenichi O-KUB, Lawyer, Secretary general, Japan Association of Lawyers Against Nuclear Arms (JALANA)

8 Deployment of the Japan Self-Defense Forces to Somalia-Area Waters

Takashi Tanaka, Lawyer (Tokyo)

9 Okinawa and the US Forces Realignment: Struggle of Okinawans to Stop New Base Construction

Hiroaki Yoshizawa, Lawyer(Okinawa),

Vice-President Japan Lawyers International Solidarity Association (JALISA)

10 Making the UN Collective Security System Operate Properly

Matsuda Takeo (Osaka University)

paper only

11 The Responsibility to Protect as a Robust International Legal Order

Yamagata Hideo (Đại học Nagoya)

12 Somalia in a Turbulence

Okada Junko ( Kobe University)

paper only

13 The Right to Peace in Korea

Eric Sirotkin

14 The right to ethnic autonomy and the role of UN

Dr. Nguyen Thi Lan Anh- Law Faculty of International Diplomatic Academy

Commission 2. ANTI-TERRORISM LAWS

1 LITIGATING TERRORIST CASES in the era of the war on terror: AN IMPOSSIBLE TASK ?

By Jan FERMON [1] and Raf JESPERS[2]

Lawyers at the Brussels and Antwerp Bar (Belgium), Members of Progress Lawyers Network (Belgium), Members of the International Association of Democratic Lawyers (www.iadllaw.org)

2 INTERNATIONAL LAW ON TERRORISM AND LEGAL PERFECTION IN VIETNAM

Author: Pham Thi Chung Thuy, Legal issues Department – Vietnam Public Security Ministry

3 “Terrorist lists” and procedural human rights: the collision between UN law, EU law, and Strasbourg law?

Bill Bowring, Birkbeck College, University of London, International Secretary, Haldane Society of Socialist Lawyers

4 VIETNAMESE LAW ON ANTI-TERRORISM

Author: Phan Quang Vinh (quangvinhcaht@yahoo.com)

Lawyers chapter, Vietnam National Assembly’s Office

5 The Status of Restrictions on the Right to Travel from the U.S. to Cuba

Atty. Arthur Heitzer ( USA)

6 SOME DISCUSSION ON THE RIGHT TO RESIST IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

Dr. Phan Xuan Tuy – Vietnam Public Security Ministry

7 SOME ISSUES RELATED TO DEATH PENALTY JUDICIARY IN VIETNAM

Professor Ho Trong Ngu

8 THE STATUS IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

OF NATIONAL LIBERATION MOVEMENTS AND THEIR USE OF ARMED FORCE

Edre U. Olalia

9 TERRORISM

Dorys Quintana Cruz

in Spainish

Commission 3. INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY

1

PEOPLE’S LAWYERING: THE FILIPINO MODEL- A PRELIMINARY REPORT

Gill H. Boehringer (Australia)

2 For the establishment of an Asian Court of Human Rights (ACHR)

Jun Sasamoto, Secretary-General of JALISA

3 A Real Essence of the Constitution of Japan resides in a ruling by the Tokyo District Court over “unconstitution of the US military presence in Japan”

A Secret Story of US Interference into Ludiciary Independence in Japan

Motoo Hirayama, Chair of NGO Movement to eliminate U.S.Bases

4 INTERNATIONAL VERIFICATION & FACT FINDING MISSION ON THE ATTACKS AGAINST FILIPINO LAWYERS AND JUDGES

Atty. Jo Dereymaeker, PROGRESS Lawyers Network, Belgium

5

Imperialist (In) Justice: The Case of Sergeant Calloway

Gill H. Boehringer (Australia)

6 Access rights management in Vietnam

Prof.Dr.lawyer. Pham Hong Hai

7 Human Rights in Japan from the Perspective of Global Standards

Shun Tanaka, Lawyer(Osaka), JALISA Kansai Chapter

8 Democracy in the court’s functions

Associate Prof., PhD Nguyen Van Huyen, Deputy Director, Legal Academy

9 Changes in Japan’s Juvenile Law System

Kuniaki Fujiki, Lawyer (Osaka)

10 Some reflections on juvenile prosecution system

Associate Prof., PhD Tran Van Do, Vice Judge, Vietnam People’s Supreme Court

11 Democratic governance for the people-

Dr. Raghuvir Singh Kadian, Hon,ble Speaker, HARYANA LEGISTATIVE ASSEMBLY

12 INDEPENDENCE OF JUDICIARY

JUSTICE VIJENDER JAIN, (Former Chief Justice, Punjab & Haryana High Court, INDIA)

13 BASHING BASHIR, LAW IN THE TIME OF CHOLERA

John Wheat Gibson, Sr.

Commission 4. GLOBALISATION, ECONOMIC , SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS

1 Debt and the role of financial institutions internationally
TS. Nguyen Thi Van Anh, Director-Center-Law compare- Ha Noi Law University
2 The Current State of Japan’s Non-Regular Workers, Mainly Temporary Workers

Kaname NAKANISHI, Lawyer(Osaka)

3 Labor rights and labor migration

Dr. Lưu Bình Nhưỡng- Ha Noi Law University

4 Foreign Worker Issues

Toshihisa Nakamori, Lawyer (Osaka)

5 The Current Labour Environment and Poverty in Japan

Osamu Hayashi , Lawyer (Tokyo)

6 The Struggle of 1,047 Japan National Railways Workers to Cancel Their Dismissals: 20 Years of Seeking a Quick Resolution from the Japanese Government

Masaru OYA, National Railway Workers’ Union, Kinki Region Struggle Committee

7 The problem concerning unskilled immigrant workers in Japan

Nakasaka Emiko

paper only

8
International Division of Labor under Global Capitalism

Masato MASUDA, Professor of Hosei University ( major : Economics)

 
9 The right of citizens to participate in construction law and policy
Dr. Nguyen Thi Kim Thoa-Ministry of Justice
10 Towards the Third Generation of Democracy in the International Legal Order

Kiriyama Takanobu

11 Gender equality rights
Dr. Duong Thanh Mai
12 The Violence Against Women Act: Protection and Challenges for Immigrant Women in the United States

Prepared by Atty. Sandra  A. Edhlund and John Leppanen

13 NECESSITE D4UNE VALEUR SUPERIEURE OBLIGATOIRE DES DECLARATIONS DE DROITS FONDAMENTAUX UNIVERSELLEMENT RECONNUS

Roland WEYL, Droit-Solidarité

in French

14 Mondialisation, droits économiques, sociaux et culturels.  Droit du travail et travail migrant- IMPACT DES FEMMES MIGRANTES DANS LA LÉGISLATION DU TRAVAIL EN FRANCE  ET EN EUROPE.

Nguyen Dac Nhu-Mai, Dr. d’Etat ès Lettres et Sciences Humaines

Présidente “Association Pour la Promotion des Femmes Scientifiques Vietnamiennes”

Membre “Droit-Solidarité”

in French

15 Financial and economical crisis – no destiny but a crime, – missing regulations in international law

Thomas Schmidt

Not distributing paper

16 Yugoslavi,  Afghanistan, Iraq

Dorys Quintana Cruz

in Spainish

Commission 5. DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL  RIGHTS

1 The rule of law of the Socialist republic of Vietnam on the protection of human environment rights and environment

Associate prof. Phd Phan Trung Lý, Vice chairman, National Assembly’s law commission

Member of VLA’s executive committee

2 A Call for World Action in Solidarity by Citizens, Workers, and Lawyers to Protect the Global Environment

Michinobu Bando, Manager of workers’ group of electric power industry (the Denryoku Roudou Undou Kinki Center)

3 THE HUMAN RIGHT TO A HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT

Richard J. Harvey, IADL Bureau Member, Haldane Society, U.K.

4 Human rights and sustainable development

PhD. Associate professor, Chu Hong Thanh

5 Global Environmental Conservation and the Law for Sustainable Development

Nishimura Tomoaki (Ritsumeikan Univerrsity)

paper only

6 Poverty reduction and hunger alleviation- effective measure toward human rights protection

Luong Phan Cu, Vice chairman, National Assembly’s sociates commission

7

Vietnam with the protection of ecological diversity

Dr. Hoang Van Tu, Director Center for Siencetific Research, Institute of law research

Commission 6.  ACCOUNTABILTY FOR   INTERNATIONAL CRIMES

1 Accountability for International Crimes : Compensation for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin

Nguyen Dac Nhu-Mai

Dr. d’Etat ès Lettres et Sciences Humaines. Représentante Permanente VAVA – France & UE

2 THE WRIT OF AMPARO AS MECHANISM TO CURB IMPUNITY: The

Case of the Philippines

By Rep.  Neri Javier Colmenares

4 The role of ICC

Dr. Hoàng Thế Liên- Ministry of Justice

5 The Security Council’s Referral of the Situation in Darfur to the International Criminal Court

Mizushima Tomonori

 

paper only

6 International Criminal Court, Universality of human rights and Impunity in Nepal

Advocate Dinesh Tripathi, Nepal

7 Regulations Roma with criminal law Vietnam
Mr. Nguyen Cong Hong Ministry of Justice
8 Universal jurisdiction general
Dr. Le Duc Hanh, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
9 Orange Agent

Dr. Dorys Quintana Cruz

in Spainish

10 Universal Jurisdiction – Key Note Speech in Commission 6

Raji Sourani(Palestin)

paper only

11 La compétence universelle du juge Belge : quelles leçons pour quelle impunité ?

Par Thomas MITEVOY, Avocat au barreau de Bruxelles (Belgique), Membre de Progress Lawyers Network

in French

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TRIAL OF THE 1971'S WAR CRIMES IN BANGLADESH UNDER THE INTERNATIONAL WAR CRIMES (TRIBUNAL) ACT, 1973
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