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GAJE’s 10th worldwide conference will take place from the 4th through the 10th of December 2019 in Bandung (Indonesia), hosted by the Pasundan University. The Faculty of Law was established in 1960. Since then, it has prepared lawyers who are ready to develop the law and contribute to the legal profession. The Faculty of Law Universitas Pasundan believes it has a moral obligation to develop the nation through active, creative and ethical legal education. Since 2007, Pasundan University Law School has had a Justice Education program, using Clinical Legal Education that focuses on Street Law activities. Street Law is a popular legal education method that teaches communities about the law using participatory learning methods. The Street Law Clinical Education Program at Pasundan is now both accredited and mandatory at the Faculty of Law and is complemented by a clinical program that offers legal advice.
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Both the GAJE General Conference and the Training-of-Trainers will be held in the
Pasundan University’s Post Graduate Building,
Jalan Sumatera 41,
Most countries qualify for Visa On Arrival (VOA). It is the responsibility of each delegate to identify what travel documents they will need to enter Indonesia. Please check at the Indonesia Immigration website to confirm and for any updates. click here
Participants from the following countries do not qualify for VOA and must apply for a visa at an Indonesian Embassy or Consulate – Afghanistan, Cameroon, Guinea, Iraq, Israel, Liberia, Niger, Nigeria, North Korea, Pakistan, Somalia.
If you require a letter from the conference to apply for a visa please email us at [email protected].
Suggested conference hotels and guesthouse that will provide a “GAJE Conference Room Rate” is currently being negotiated, and details on recommended hotels and guesthouses will be added to this page in the near future.
However, there are numerous hotels, guesthouses nearby the conference, with a variety of price options. Several GAJE delegates who regularly travel in Southeast Asia, recommend using www.agoda.com or www.booking.com
The following is the location of the conference venue on google maps.
For individual travel (not organized by the conference) people can walk on footpaths or the edge of the road or they can use one of the many taxi apps – eg. grab cab or go-Jek. All safe and take you from where ever you are to where ever you want to go. All cars are under 3 years old and have air and seat belts. We suggest you download the GRAB taxi and/or GO-JEK taxi onto your smart phone prior to arriving in Indonesia.
The following are approximate prices only and provided to help delegates with budgeting. Please note that it is the delegates’ responsibility to check prices prior to use.
|No||Kinds of transportation||Destination||Approximate Prices|
|1.||Taxi||Airport Bandung – Hotel in Bandung||100,000 -150,000(US$8-$12)|
|2.||Taxi||Hotel – Venue, (walking distance)|
|3||Grab car||Anywhere||Based on distance|
|4.||Go-Jek ( Car) based on application||Anywhere||US$3 / 5km|
There are many restaurants and cafes close to the conference area that offer both local and international cuisine. Prices range from USD $3-$10 per portion. Some of the cafes remain open until midnight.
University of Pasundan Bandung (UNPAS) was established since November 14, 1960. UNPAS has grown and developed into a prominent University and become the pride of the community, as evidenced by the number of students who are currently the largest in West Java Region.
UNPAS students are not only from 34 provinces in Indonesia but also from foreign students from friendly countries such as Thailand, Singapore, Somalia, Hunggaria, Poland, Taiwan, Turkey, South Korea, Malaysia, Canada, Timor Leste, Uzbekistan, Germany , Japan, China, Tajikstan, Estonia, Greece, Spain, Lithuania, Australia and Kyrgyzstan. Until now, Pasundan University has 7 Faculties, 25 Undergraduate Programs, 7 Postgraduate Programs (S2) and 3 Doctoral Program (S3). Pasundan University included in the 3 most favorite universities in the city of Bandung.
In 2007, SWA magazine conducted a survey and conducted a survey and stated that the University of Pasundan included in the 4 Best Colleges Accreditation as Java and 25 of the most favorite universities in Java.
Not only the large number, UNPAS students participate in various activities and was able to produce achievements that can boast Indonesia both at home and abroad on scientific activities, sports, arts, technology and other community activities. In the field of sports, UNPAS students have carved out the achievements in world championships (such as The World Alpinis Championship in the United States, The International Taekwondo Bronze Medal in 25th Sea Games Laos Vientiane 2009) and Indonesian Best Gokart nominees 2009 winner.
To strengthen and broaden its vision and mission, UNPAS has implemented a number of activities since its inception:
To establish networking and implementation of On Campus Unpas has a Video Conference / Teleconference infrastructure that has been tested following Teleconference programs from Higher education institution and other agencies in the framework of Online Distance Learning.
Meanwhile, the level of recognition and trust of the community continues to increase both National and International levels. This is evidenced including 50 promising Universities in, and 80 Universities based on organizational health and national competitiveness. While the trust from the international community, Unpas is trusted to implement The Community Enpowerment Program from JICA, and in ythe ear 2007 was given the trust to hold Chinese language education in cooperation with Hebei Normal University PR China, and put 8 lecturers (China and South Korea).
Furthermore, Jint degree Program between Guangxi Normal University P.R. China with Unpas has been started since 2010, while International Class has been opened since academic year 2012/2013 through excellent scholarship.
The Faculty of Law is accredited with A rank by National Board of Accreditation, Faculty of Law Universitas Pasundan has produced skillful lawyers practiced nationally that are independent, professional, knowledgable, religious and culturally rooted.
Faculty of law was established in 1960 and has ever since been carried out the duties to prepare the practitioners of law who are ready to compete in developing the science of law and in creating professionalism. Faculty of Law Universitas Pasundan bears a moral obligation to actively participated in the development of the nation and country through the active, creative and ethical legal education.
Clinical Legal Education, Pasundan University Law School is a part of Clinical Legal Education practiced worldwide. While in Indonesia, it is a pioneer along with Indonesian Islamic University Law School, Yogyakarta.
Since 2007, Pasundan University Law School has started a CLE program focusing on Street Law activity that is a popular legal education for the community using participatory learning method. The term Street Law was firstly introduced in Law Faculty, Georgetown University, Washington DC, United States. The term means the popular law surrounding and faced by people daily. The program is done by law students under the supervision of practitioner teachers experienced in community advocacy. The Street Law program is a part of public service aiming to develop a culture of respecting the rights of people by promoting protection, non-discriminative treatment, and the application of the democratic legal system.
Since 2013, CLE Pasundan University has been collaborating with another 12 universities (both private and public) throughout Indonesia to conduct training on trainers for both students and lecturers. These universities are members of an Indonesian Clinical Legal Education Association (CLEA).
GAJE’s 10th worldwide conference will take place in Bandung, Indonesia from the 4th through the 10th of December 2019 hosted by the Pasundan University. The conference will consist of two parts: a General Conference with plenaries and concurrent sessions on various themes and topics (4-8 December) and a Training-of-Trainers (TOT) workshop on practical aspects for implementing justice education, including clinical teaching methods (9-10 December).
Registration is open. Please note, registration is only confirmed when you have made payment and/or have applied the approved waiver code at the time of registration.
Applications for Conference Session Participation is now open. Please click on the below button to access details about the session streams and application form.
Proposals for General Conference sessions should indicate on the submission form which stream or streams the proposal relates to. Session proposals are reviewed by GAJE’s Program Committee, which will apply the criteria listed below:
The proposal submission form asks for the title of the presentation, contact information for all presenters, a summary of 500 words or less, and a short statement of relevance to one more conference streams. The form also asks a number of questions that reflect the criteria for selection: the presentation’s objectives, how interactive methods will be used, presenters’ past GAJE conference participation, time requested, and presenters’ CV or resume. Geographic diversity among presenters is also an important criterion in proposal review. In the past, presenters have successfully solicited international partners to collaborate in their presentations before submission by using the GAJE listserv.
Applications for conference fee waivers and travel grants is now open. Delegates requesting travel and accommodations grants (including those requesting both a fee reduction/waiver and a grant) and those submitting session proposals must apply by 1 June 2019. The deadline for requesting only fee reductions or fee waivers is 1 August 2019.