Deepening the research environment. The Inter-University Project supports legal research in Laos and about Laos relevant for the implementation of the Rule of law, focusing for example on access to justice,  fair trial rights, or other fields relevant to the sustainable development of the legal system in Laos. We aim to encourage research-led studies on the interdependence between an intercultural understanding of the Rule of law and its principles and sustainable development.

Foreign Investments and Environmental Protection: the Case of Laos

Pangthong Xayyavong, “Foreign Investments and Environmental Protection: the Case of Laos, Critical Quarterly for Legislation and Law,  Volume 102 (2019), Issue 3, page 220-242.

https://www.nomos-elibrary.de/10.5771/2193-7869-2019-3-220/foreign-investments-and-environmental-protection-the-case-of-laos-volume-102-2019-issue-3?page=1

https://doi.org/10.5771/2193-7869-2019-3-220

 

The role of law in the Rule of law, the contribution of academics in Lao PDR

Perrine Simon, “The role of law in the Rule of law, the contribution of academics in Lao PDR”, Critical Quarterly for Legislation and Law, Volume 102 (2019), Issue 3, page 206-219.

https://www.nomos-elibrary.de/10.5771/2193-7869-2019-3-206/the-role-of-law-in-the-rule-of-law-the-contribution-of-academics-in-lao-pdr-volume-102-2019-issue-3?page=1

https://doi.org/10.5771/2193-7869-2019-3-206

Editorial: The Implementation of Rule of Law Principles in an Intercultural Context

Stefan Braum,  “Editorial: The Implementation of Rule of Law Principles in an Intercultural Context”, CritQ, Volume 102 (2019), Issue 3, page 197-205.

https://www.nomos-elibrary.de/10.5771/2193-7869-2019-3-197/editorial-the-implementation-of-rule-of-law-principles-in-an-intercultural-context-volume-102-2019-issue-3?page=1

https://doi.org/10.5771/2193-7869-2019-3-197