A Virtual Workshop
20-21 August 2020
This workshop was a joint initiative of the Laureate Program in Comparative Constitutional Law and Constitution Transformation Network at Melbourne Law School.
We examined questions and issues on constitution-making in post-war contexts, including but not limited to, the following topics:
- State building through constitution-making;
- Local initiatives, movements, leadership etc in post-war peace building, and state building as they relate to constitution-making;
- Relevance of international law, the United Nations and other international actors;
- Direct public participation and consultation; and
- Transitional justice.
Draft papers of invited speakers (available via this website) were the basis for discussion at the workshop.