(Last updated : 2024-07-19 13:19:23)
  DAIDOUJI Ryuya
   Department   Aoyama Gakuin University  Department of Human Rights, Faculty of Law
   Position   Associate Professor
■ Specialization and related fields
International Relations, International Organizations 
■ Academic background
1. Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Graduated
2. Waseda University〔Master Course〕 Completed
3. Waseda University〔Doctorial Course〕 Completed
4. Waseda University
■ Business career
1. 2021/04~2022/03 Aoyama Gakuin University Faculty of Law Department of Law Associate Professor
2. 2022/04~ Aoyama Gakuin University Faculty of Law Department of Human Rights Associate Professor
■ Winning science prize
1. 2022/05 European Union Studies Association in Japan EU Research Encouragement Award (*unofficial translation by Daidouji) Link
■ Book and thesis
1. Book International Organisations and Contestation: Reconsidering Democratic Control in Global Constitutionalism International Law as Constructive Resistance towards Peace and Justice pp.165-185 (Single) 2024/07 Link
2. Book The EU's exclusion of refugees: Politics and law on fundamental rights protection The recent development of EU and European integration, and SDGs pp.245-260 (Single) 2023/08
3. Book The case for "global contestatory democracy": Individuals' contestation against global governance Evolution of the United Nations System: An East Asian Perspective pp.206-221 (Single) 2023/07
4. Article EU's Response to Displaced Persons from Ukraine: Humanitarianism and its Pitfalls Aoyama Law Review pp.49-72 (Single) 2023/07 Link
5. Article A Theory of Global Law and its Fault Lines: Japanese Scholars in Dialogue with Hans Lindahl Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy 51(2),pp.144-164 (Collaboration) 2022 Link
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2023/12/09 Does self-reliance really promote refugees’ autonomy? The case of Japan (Webinar Workshop, Re-examining Refugee Self-reliance)
2. 2023/06/27 EU-CoE relationship on terrorism prevention: cooperation, competition, and contestation (29th International Conference for Europeanists)
3. 2023/05/26 Inter-organizational approach to accountability: EU-IOM-UNHCR relations and human rights of people on the move (International workshop, "Externalisation of Migration Controls and Accountability Challenges in International Law")
4. 2022/07/25 Ukrainian Refugees and the EU: Institutions and Politics of Refugee Reception (Seminar of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies)
5. 2021/11/07 The Dynamics of EU's Pushback Policy: Possibilities and Limits of EU Constitutionalism (EU Studies Association in Japan)
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