FLIA-organized events at top Chinese universities in Xi’an – Shanghai – Beijing | October 17th – 23rd, 2015
FLIA presents “Socio-Economic Rights and Global Orders – China’s Challenges, Opportunities and Contributions”, bringing leading scholars from China and the U.S. for a discussion on China’s approaches to social, economic and cultural rights, and on the opportunities and challenges for Chinese enterprises in the area of corporate social responsibility.
October 17th: Invited Lecture at Northwest University of Politics and Law
FLIA co-sponsored an event with the “West China Legal House” Journal at the Northwest University of Politics and Law in the city of Xi’an. FLIA resident scholar Professor Larry Backer presented a lecture titled “Written Constitutions and Unwritten Constitutions.”
October 19th: Special Presentation at Chang’an University
FLIA resident scholar Larry Backer chaired a presentation titled “The Tradition and Culture of Western Colleges” to approximately 700 students and faculty members. Students were able to ask questions about the differences between Chinese and Western educational systems.
October 20th: Invited Lecture at East China University of Political Science and Law
At the invitation of the Constitutional Law Research Center at East China University of Political Science and Law, FLIA Resident Scholar Larry Backer presented a lecture titled “The Concept of Constitutionalization: The Political Body Corporate From Incarnation to Ensoulment and Operationalization”. Keren Wang provided translation throughout the presentation.
October 22nd: Symposium on Socio-Economic Rights at Beijing Normal University