Projects

Research Projects

JSPS Core-to-Core Program: Asia-Africa Science Platforms
“Advancing Research in Asian Constitutionalism – Establishing a Transnational Research Network to Promote Human Rights and Legal System”
(Coordinator: Obata Kaoru, Professor of Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University)
(FY2019-FY2021)

JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research –KAKENHI-(B)
“Commencement of the ASEAN Community and the Emergence of Heterologous Constitutional Profiles in the Region”
(Coordinator: Aikyo Masanori, Professor Emeritus of Nagoya University)
(FY2017-FY2019)

JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research –KAKENHI-(C)
“The Constitutional Tribunal of Myanmar (Burma) and the Problems of Separation of Powers and Protection of Human Rights: A Comparative Analysis with Uzbekistan”
(Coordinator: Makino Emi, Assistant Professor of CALE, Nagoya University)
(FY2019-FY2021)

JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists
“Evolution of Human Rights, Democracy, and the Rule of Law in Uzbekistan in light of International Legal Aid”
(Coordinator: Ismatov Aziz, Assistant Professor of CALE, Nagoya University)
(FY2019-FY2021)

JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research –KAKENHI-(C)
“Building a New Paradigm of Disaster Management for Foreign Residents: a Cross-National Study of Japan, the United States, Australia and Canada”
(Coordinator: Justin Whitney, Academic Research Fellow of Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University) (FY2016-FY2018)

Completed past projects

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JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research –KAKENHI-(A)
“ASEAN Economic Community Building and Its Impacts on the Laws of State Members”
(Coordinator: Obata Kaoru, Professor of Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University)
(FY2016-FY2018)

JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research –KAKENHI-(C)
“Codification of Administrative Law and Problem of Comparative Administrative Law”
(Coordinator: Ichihashi Katsuya, Professor of Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University)
(FY2016-FY2018)

JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research –KAKENHI-(C)
“Reconsideration of the Best Interest of the Child Policy under Family Law in Asia”
(Coordinator: Ito Hiroko, Associate Professor of Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University)
(FY2016-FY2018)

The Mitsubishi Foundation: Research Grants in the Humanities
“What is Child Welfare? - Review of Child Protection Systems in Asian Countries”
(Coordinator: Ito Hiroko, Associate Professor of Graduate School of Law, Nagoya University)
(FY2016-FY2017)