AALCO MEMBERS FROM ASIA ---> Kingdom of Bahrain Republic of Bangladesh Brunei Darussalam People's Republic of China Republic of Cyprus India Republic of Indonesia Islamic Republic of Iran Republic of Iraq Japan Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan State of Kuwait Lebanon Malaysia Mongolia Union of Myanmar Nepal DPR Korea Sultanate of Oman Pakistan State of Qatar Republic of Korea Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Singapore Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka State of Palestine Republic of Philippines Syrian Arab Republic Thailand Republic of Turkey United Arab Emirates Republic of Yemen Socialist Republic of Vietnam   AALCO MEMBERS FROM AFRICA ---> Arab Republic of Egypt Republic of Cameroon Republic of The Gambia Republic of Ghana Kenya Libya Mauritius Federal Republic of Nigeria Republic of Senegal Sierra Leone Republic of Somalia Republic of South Africa Republic of Sudan United Republic of Tanzania Uganda

Memorandum of Understanding between the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization and Doshisha University, 13 May 2021

On 13 May 2021, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO) and the Faculty and Graduate School of Law, Doshisha University, Japan. H.E. Prof. Dr. Kennedy Gastorn, Secretary-General, AALCO and Prof. Kajiyama Tamaka, Dean, Faculty and Graduate School of Law, Doshisha University signed the MoU on behalf of the respective organizations.

The Faculty and Graduate School of Law, Doshisha University, Japan, is one of the globally renowned academic and research institutions and the field of international law with the purpose to promote academic exchanges among legal communities across the globe and encourage research on major international issues.

The MoU signed aims to promote cooperation on the matters of common interests in the field of International Law by organizing joint training programmes, workshops and seminars for government officials, academic scholars, young diplomats and in house research staffs.

It also aims to carry out joint studies, projects and cooperate on conducting certified training programmes for professionals and practitioners of international law in areas such as Mediations with a particular focus on Asia and Africa.

Memorandum of Understanding

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