Leiden - Indonesia
Leiden University has a long tradition in the collaboration with Indonesia. For Leiden’s scholars in a wide range of disciplines, Indonesia’s biological, ecological, linguistic and religious diversity, its legal system, its emerging political role, its history and its people are an important object of study. Through decades of close collaboration, the links with Indonesian scholars, Indonesian universities and Indonesian governmental institutions have flourished and Leiden University has become an important destination for Indonesian scholars and students. In addition, Leiden University’s Asian Library holds one of the major Asian collections in the Western World including the largest Indonesian collection worldwide.
Civil Liberties Under Pressure: Maartje van der Woude to hold webinar for Indonesian university
On Wednesday 22 July, Professor Maartje van der Woude will hold a webinar for Nusantara University (Indonesia). Her lecture is entitled ‘Governing Thr...
Law firms play dubious role in Indonesian land disputes
Law firms play a dubious role in important land disputes in Indonesia. They act as fixers and settle conflicts to the advantage of large companies. Ph...
Intensive Course on Tax Law, Gadjah Mada University and Leiden University
In the last week of January, Prof. Rex Arendsen and PhD candidate Maarten Manse of the Department of Tax Law at Leiden Law School, taught an ‘Intensiv...