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

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


Sunday, December 28, 2014

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

“Cosmopolitanism as Constitutional Polyarchy”

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

“Towards a Post-Western Understanding of Human Rights”

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

Disciplining the Global Order”

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

“Realism, Republicanism, and Human Rights

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

“Human Rights in Development – A Critical Political Analysis”

Monday, 29 December 2014

Dr. 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”

Prof. 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”

Prof. 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”