PhD in Buddhist Law

Duration: 2 years


First Year

Module 1: Buddhist Customary Law and Vinaya Code

Module 2: Tribal-Indigenous Law and Juridical Pluralism

Module 3: Postmodern Buddhist Law according to the Maitriyana

Module 4: Communitarian Justice and Peace Justice

Module 5: Restorative Justice and Abolitionism

Module 6: Mediation, Conciliation and alternative dispute resolution

Module 7: Ethical Justice and Courts of Conscience

Module 8: Therapeutic and Solidarity Justice

Module 9: Indigenous Special Jurisdiction and Sovereign Immunity of the Sangha

Module 10: Rights of Tribal Peoples according to the ILO and the UN

Module 11: Constitutional Law, Universal Jurisdiction and Human Rights

Module 12: Social Justice and Judicial Activism


Second Year

Module 1: Environmental Law

Module 2: Transnational and Transcultural Justice

Module 3: Communist Law and Libertarian Law

Module 4: Ombudsman and Civil Disobedience

Module 5: Democratization of Justice and Jury System

Module 6: Natural Law and Philosophy of Law

Module 7: Transitional Justice: Right to Truth, Reconciliation and Reparation

Module 8: Human Right to Peace, Education, Tolerance and Cooperation

Module 9: Human Right to Life, Genocide, War Crimes, Ethnic Cleansing and Crimes against Humanity

Module 10: Ecocide and the Right to Sustainable Development and the Healthy Environment

Module 11: Civil, Political, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights

Module 12: Right to Religious Freedom and Freedom of Expression

Module 13: Spiritual Rights and Ecclesiastical Law




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