Capacity Development of Transnational Law, Asset Recovery and International Investment Arbitration at UI
How can we assist Universitas Indonesia's department of International law to improve their educational and applied research programs on Transnational Law, Asset Recovery and International Investment Arbitration, with an eye on Indonesia’s security and rule of law reform agenda and the needs of the public sector and international organisations ?
- 2015 - 2019
- Laura Lancée
- EP Nuffic Niche Programme
- Project manager and lead organization: Esther den Hartog MA, VU University Center for International Studies
- Project director: Dr. Adriaan Bedner
- Project coordinator Jakarta: Hadi Rahmat Purnama, SH, LL.M
- Project coordinator Leiden: Laura Lancée MA, LL.M
- Partner on gender: Lieselotte Heederik MA, Center for International Legal Cooperation
Indonesia's public and private sector has an acute shortage of well-trained lawyers with up-to-date knowledge about transnational law and who can respond to the country's development needs. In the next four years, this project will help the Faculty of Law of Universitas Indonesia build the organizational and academic capacity to develop, implement and maintain educational programs on transnational law, asset recovery and international investment arbitration. The aim is to deliver graduates and applied research responding to the needs of public sector and stakeholders of international organizations in order to prepare Indonesia for its accession to the ASEAN Economic Community.
The project takes an integrated approach focusing on six strongly inter-related outputs with multipurpose missions, one-on-one personal guidance of UI Faculty of Law staff and intensive working sessions by prominent scholars and practitioners. Together with PhD and Master’s opportunities and secondments, this will equip the UI department for transnational law to implement sustainable action plans to improve academic content, teaching & research quality, and social outreach and dissemination in a gender-sensitive and labour market-orientated fashion.
Outcome of the project
At the end of the project, Universitas Indonesia’s Faculty of Law (FHUI) will have the organizational and academic capability to develop, implement and maintain educational programmes on transnational law, asset recovery and international investment arbitration which deliver graduates and applied research responding to the needs of the public sector and international organization stakeholders in order to prepare Indonesia for the imminent AEC.
- The UI Department of Transnational law has strengthened structures to support educational, research, outreach and dissemination programmes
- FHUI delivers well trained graduates through updated programmes in Transnational Law, Asset Recovery and International Investment Arbitration
- Staff is using innovative teaching methods and skills promoting active learning strategies
- Research capacity of staff is strengthened through increased academic outputs in (inter)national journals and conference proceedings
- Staff qualifications augmented through non-degree and degree training and practical exposure through (inter)national internships and secondments
- Investments effectuated in teaching resources and facilities