Certificate Training Program on Religion and Rule of Law

From 14 to 23rd of September 2015, TASS together with USSH – VNU, IGE, Brigham Young University had successfully organized a training course on Religion and Rule of Law in Hanoi.

Certificate Training Program on Religion and Rule of Law

From 14 to 23rd of September 2015, TASS together with USSH – VNU, IGE, Brigham Young University had successfully organized a training course on Religion and Rule of Law in Hanoi.

The course focus on presenting a comparing and pragmatic overview of religion and rule of law in Vietnam and other countries in the world. The content includes: approaches to religion and law, relation between religion and law, theories for studying religion and law, practical experiences solving issues relating to religion and law in several countries, achievements in implementing Vietnam’s policies on religion, experiences in building laws on religion …

 Training course on Religion and Rule of Law

From 14 to 23rd of September 2015, TASS together with USSH – VNU, IGE, Brigham Young University had successfully organized a training course on Religion and Rule of Law in Hanoi.
The course focus on presenting a comparing and pragmatic overview of religion and rule of law in Vietnam and other countries in the world. The content includes: approaches to religion and law, relation between religion and law, theories for studying religion and law, practical experiences solving issues relating to religion and law in several countries, achievements in implementing Vietnam’s policies on religion, experiences in building laws on religion…
The lectures in course given by famous scholars in Religion and Rule of law in Vietnam and the world, including Prof. Đỗ Quang Hưng – USSH –VNU; Prof. Dr. Nguyễn Thanh Xuân – Ex Vice President of Vietnam National Board of Religion; Jugde J. Clifford Wallace – USA Court; Dr. Chris Seiple – President of IGE; Prof. Wayne Cole Durham – Director of ICLRS and Prof. Brett Scharffs – Vice Director of ICLRS. They are all elite scholars from USA, France, Italy, Hungary, Korea, Singapore, Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam… The main object of the course is to provide the attendance with knowledge, help them to exchange, compare and share experiences both in theories and practices.
The course took place in the conference room on the second floor Building H within USSH facility. The students include government officials, researchers who are responsible for studying, establishing religion policies; legal researchers of Vietnam. They have good knowledge and experiences in term of religion, legal activities, politics, society management, psychology, culture from various regions and government offices. After finishing the course, all 67 students were given certificate.
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The training course on Religion and Rule of law has been held for 4 consecutive years in Vientam (2012 in Hanoi, 2013 in Hochiminh city, 2014 in Danang). The course is planned to be held in Vietnam at local areas.
Author: Ngoc Thuy – Thanh Trang

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Day 1 - Introduction to religion and the Rule of Law

Registration
Opening Session: Opening Speeches
USSH; BYU – Cole Durham; IGE – Dr. Chris Seiple
Pre-program survey IGE/Vũ Hiên
Break
Class: US History and Background: Religious Freedom and the Role of the Judiciary/Lịch sử và nền tảng nước Mỹ về tự do tôn giáo và vai trò của bộ máy hành pháp Cliff Wallace
Q&A
Lunch
Class: Translating Laws, Translating Cultures – Comparative Approaches to Regulating Religion and Belief: State Authority and the Rule of Law
Q&A
Break
Lecture: Religion and Law State of Vietnam today
Q&A.

Day 2: Freedom of Religion and Belief as a Human Value

Freedom of Religion and Belief as a Human Value.

Day 3: Institutional Issues: Registration, Autonomy, and Finance

Class: An Introduction to International Human Rights Relating to Religion and Belief
Q & A
Break
Lecture: An Introduction to Issues Relating to Religion-Based Schools in the US, Europe and Indonesia.
Q&A
Lunch
The Legal Status and Regulation of Religious Training Schools
Q&A
Break
Lecture: The History of the Regulation of Religion in Indonesia
Q&A.

Day 4: Religion and Education

Religious Autonomy and the Right of Self-Direction
Q & A
Break
The Right to Entity Status
Q&A
Lunch
Financial Relationships between the State and Religious Groups (The View from Europe)
Q&A
Break
Financial Relationships between the State and Religious Groups (The View from the US)
Q&A

Day 5: Religion in Public Life and Politics

Class: Philosophical and Religious Justifications for Freedom and Coercion.
Q & A
Break
Class: Balancing Rights?
Q&A
Lunch
Class: Law and Religion: The French Approach.
Q&A
Break
Lecture: The Future of Legislation Concerning Religion in Vietnam
Q&A.

Day 7: Day off

Tour to historical and religious sites.

To be confirmed by IGE and TASS.

Day 8: Structuring the Law Regarding Religious Conduct

Class: Limitations on Religious Actions and Manifestations: the United States and Europe
Q & A
Break
Vietnam Fatherland Front and religious affairs
Q&A
Lunch
Lecture: Practices for Teaching about Religion (in the US or Europe, at public or private schools)
Q&A
Break
Lecture: An Introduction to Law and Religion and Religion-State Relations in Singapore
Q&A.

Day 9: Drafting statutes and the Regulation of Religion - The Way Forward

Class: Limitations on Religious Actions and Manifestations: the United States and Europe
Q & A
Break
Vietnam Fatherland Front and religious affairs
Q&A
Lunch
Lecture: Practices for Teaching about Religion (in the US or Europe, at public or private schools)
Q&A
Break
Lecture: An Introduction to Law and Religion and Religion-State Relations in Singapore
Q&A.

Day 10: Religion and the Rule of Law: Comparative Legislative Processes

Lecture: Role of gender in religion and rule of law issues
Q & A
Break
Lecture: The ASEAN Report on Freedom of Religion and Belief
Q&A
Lunch
Lecture: The process of drafting law on religion in Vietnam
Q&A
Break
Class: History of Law and Religion and Religion-State Relations in the South Korea
Q&A.

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