Lessons in Peace, Conflict and Self Determination: From the Former Yugoslavia to Southeast Asia
In the framework of the Global Campus Exchange of Lecturers, the Master’s Programme in Human Rights & Democratisation in Asia (APMA, GC Asia Pacific) together with the European Regional Master’s Programme in Democracy and Human Rights in South East Europe (ERMA, GC South East Europe) hosted the joint Seminar "Lessons in Peace, Conflict and Self Determination: From the Former Yugoslavia to Southeast Asia" at the Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, Mahidol University, on 14 November 2018.
The seminar examined lesson learned from the Former Yugoslavia’s self-determination process for Southeast Asia, in particular, Myanmar and Thailand. It was comprised of experts who work both nationally and internationally within the field of human rights as below:
- Adriano Remiddi, Lecturer, Global Campus South East Europe; University of Sarajevo/Bologna;
- Cheery Zahau, Country Program Director, Burma/Myanmar, Project 2049 Institute (via Skype);
- Artef Sohko, Chairman, Board of Strategic Direction, The Patani.
The Seminar was moderated by Claus Meyer, Lecturer, Institute of Human Rights and Peace Studies, and received about 30 audiences: students, lecturers, and government officers.