Judicial Training in the New Millennium
An Anatomy of BILIA Judicial Training with difference
Price: Tk. 450.00
The main objective of the anatomy is to put a human face in law. This publication is to keep the judges aware motivate them and to acquaint them with the changed social circumstances. There are certain emerging subjects with respect of which judges, recruited in the lower judiciary. They need to be extensively trained. Some of these emerging subjects are environmental law and its application in Bangladesh perspectives, gender issues, juvenile justice and alternative dispute resolution. This is more commonly known as ADR, patent, copyright and intellectual property law. Not only the judicial officers but also the persons involved in the law enforcement who has to deal with public in legal matters need to be trained in human rights. Therefore, BILIA has published the anatomy to put emphasis on the need for training of the magistrates, police, prison officers and the Special Forces who are directly involved with the the enforcement of law but are not fully equipped with knowledge of human rights.
Journal of International Affairs (BILIA)
Vol. 8, Nos. 1 & 2, June & December 2004
Price: Tk. 25.00
This journal is a biannual publication of the Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA). The articles of the journal have covered such areas as; Fundamental freedom and human rights in South Asia; right to life, right against arbitrary arrest and detention, freedom of speech, thoughts, opinions, conscience of the press and freedom of religion. The rites of the passage: rise of religious politics in Bangladesh, Three decades of Australia- Bangladesh relations: future directions and potentials, Learning from the past: role of religion in peace-building, public management reforms in Japan and Democracy in Bangladesh challenges and opportunities. The short articles cover Media, democracy and human rights in Bangladesh.
Third International Criminal Law Conference
Dacca, 26-29 December 1974
Price: Tk. 200.00
This publication, sponsored by the Foundation for the Establishment of an International Criminal Court, has been organised by the Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs (BILIA). This monograph has covered the proceedings and decisions of the Third International Criminal Law Conference held under the auspices of BILIA at Dhaka in December 1974. The publication of this monograph is of paramount important to help bring into focus Bangladesh's historic role in concerting effort with the International community to punish and prevent crimes against humanity, in all its forms and manifestations. The idea of International Criminal Court was first mooted here at BILIA convened by Dr. Kamal Hossain. BILIA had convened and hosted the historic conference attempting to establish in International Criminal Court for bringing to account individuals alleged to have committed acts identified as genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes or aggression in serious violation of internationally protected human rights. This is the first publication of the proceedings of the meeting of this historic meeting.
Source: Bangladesh Institute of Law and International Affairs
Bangladesh Journal of Law
Vol. 7, Nos. 1 & 2, June & December, 2003
Price: Tk. 65.00
This publication offers the usual mix of articles on various aspects of laws. Most of the articles include propositions, which are considerably related to our legal system with a humane dimension by building an interface between theory and praxis and critical reflection on various dimensions of legal and social justice. This publication includes Anglo-Mohammedan and Anglo-Hindu law-revisiting colonial codification, dispute settlement mechanisms in international contracts and dispute settlement in the WTO: challenges and opportunities for the LDCs, etc.
Compiled by: A. K. M. Aftabuzzaman
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