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CASELAP is pleased to announce extension of the application window for the Master of Arts (M.A), Environmental Law & Environmental Policy; as well as the Ph.D Environmental Law and Ph.D Environmental Policy - to 11 July 2015. 

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Location
CASELAP, Parklands Campus
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On Thursday, 11 June 2015, CASELAP Faculty were among a group of experts invited by the United Nations Environmental Law Programme (UNEP), at an environmental law seminar on Enforcement of Environmental Law to Combat Environmental Crime and Illegal Activities in The Field of Environment. CASELAP was represented by Prof. Charles Okidi, Dr. Robert Kibugi, and Ms. Monday Businge. The Seminar brought together environmental law experts from UNODC, Interpol, IUCN, IDLO, Permanent Missions to UNEP, among other participants.

Location
UNON, Conference Room No. 3
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CASELAP announces that a Colloquium will be held on 16 June 2015, from 9am, for PhD Environmental Law, and Policy candidates to present thesis concept papers to Faculty - and hold subsequent discussions on how to improve and progress the concepts into research proposals. 

 



Location
H.W.O Okoth Ogendo Boardroom, School of Law
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CASELAP's Dr. Robert Kibugi was in Montreal between 21 and 24 May 2015 to participate in the Annual Research Meeting events of the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CISDL). During this time, Dr. Kibugi paricipated in an expert roundtable workshop on climate change and sustainable development law, during which he discussed implications of the Sustainable Development goals on climate change law development, and also recent gains in development of a national climate change Bill, and draft policy for Kenya.

Location
Faculty of Law, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
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CASELAP's Dr. Collins Odote, and the Dean of Law, Prof Patricia Kameri Mbote attended the1st international Seminar: Social Cartography of Traditional Peoples & Communities in Kenya, Zimbabwe & Brazil at the Universidade Federal do Amazonas - Início, in Manaus, Amazonas State, Brazil. During the seminar, they made a presentation entitled: Protecting Rights of Minorities and Marginalised Groups in Kenya: Progress in Law Reforms



Location
Universidade Federal do Amazonas - Início
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