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“2020武大国际法讲坛”暨庆祝武汉大学国际法研究所成立40周年系列讲座第十三讲(总第72讲)
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主题:United Nations Security Council Reform and the African Proposal

时间:2020年12月16日下午2:00-3:30

地点:武汉大学法学院323教室

主持人:武汉大学国际法研究所苏金远教授

主讲人:Tatenda Leopold Chakanyuka from Zimbabwe, PhD Candidate Wuhan University Law School

Publications:

1. CITES and the African Elephant- Chinese Journal of Environmental Law.

2. United Nations Security Council Reform: A revisit of the African Position- African Journal of Law, Political Research and Administration

3. International Law and the Conduct of Democratic Elections in Africa- International Journal of Legal Developments and Allied Issues

4. UNSC Reform and the African Proposal- Perth International Law Journal (Under Review).

5. The international ivory trade ban and effects on elephant conservation- Kathmandu School of Law Review (Accepted )

Conference papers:

Effects of Economic Empowerment Initiatives on Rule of Law and the Foreign Direct Investment: The case of Zimbabwe

Leadership Roles

Political Analyst, Member of the Ruling Party’s Youth League and Regular contributor in the Zimbabwean and International media on: China- Africa Relations, Zimbabwe’s foreign Policy, Africa-Western Relations and Peace and Security in Africa  

Former Board Member Tourism and Heritage Advisory Council: Ministry of Tourism and Environment, Zimbabwe

Former Board Member, Youth Skills and Development (Loans Committee) Ministry of  Youth Indigenization and Economic Empowerment, Zimbabwe

Former President Zimbabwe Congress of Students Union

Former General Secretary Wuhan University International Students Union  

Awards

Wuhan University Outstanding International Student 2016

Kathmandu Law School ESDR Fellow Award 2019  

内容提要:There is a general consensus among the UN members that the Security Council must be reformed. Many proposals from different regions and countries on how to reform the Security Council have been put forward. However, of all the proposals, the African Union's proposal has been described as a “hardliner maximalist position” and “unrealistic”. Therefore, this research looks at the challenges and possible solutions for the African proposal.