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Add to Calendar 23/09/2019 15:00 23/09/2019 16:30 Africa/Casablanca Presentation of "The 2019 Secretary-General Report on the Sahara" Paper by Matsumoto Shoji In a closed roundtable taking place at Policy Center for the New South, Professor Matsumoto Shoji [1], Senior Visiting Fellow, will be presenting his paper “The 2019 Secretary-General Report on the Sahara: What’s New - ‘Neighboring States as Parties’ in Roundtable, [2]” where he provides a thorough analysis of the said 2019 report through a legal perspective. [1] https://www.pol... Policy Center for the New South OCP Policy Center contact@ocppc.ma false DD/MM/YYYY
Monday, September 23, 2019 - 15:00 to 16:30

Presentation of "The 2019 Secretary-General Report on the Sahara" Paper by Matsumoto Shoji

In a closed roundtable taking place at Policy Center for the New South, Professor Matsumoto Shoji, Senior Visiting Fellow, will be presenting his paper “The 2019 Secretary-General Report on the Sahara: What’s New - ‘Neighboring States as Parties’ in Roundtable,” where he provides a thorough analysis of the said 2019 report through a legal perspective.

Dr. Shoji will be additionally providing insight on two other working Policy Papers for PCNS, listed below:

(1) “Humanitarian Assistance & Peace-Keeping,”

(2) “The Concept of the Developing Country from International Legal Perspectives in the Post NIEO/UNCTAD World: From Solidarity to Complementarity.”

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About the Speaker :
  • Matsumoto Shoji

    Professor Shoji Matsumoto is currently working in NGOs, namely as the President of Sapporo Institute for International Solidarity (Sapporo, Japan); Japan Center for Moroccan Studies (Sapporo, Japan); and the International Center on Separatism (Tokyo, Japan).

    He was previously professor of international law at Sapporo Gakuin University, and has recently retired. Dr. Shoji continues to teach international law and other related subjects at the university as a lecturer. 

    Shoji was the visiting fellow at the SOAS, University of London and also visiting professor at Mohamed V University.