CNISCO Held the Launching Ceremony of the Seminar on the Rule of Law in International Education Policy for the Future (Eurasian Region)


On September 24, the launching ceremony of The Seminar on Rule of Law in International Education Policy for the Future (Eurasian Region) and the Opening of China-ASEAN Education Exchange Week was successfully held at CNISCO. The Seminar is hosted by CNISCO and organized by Guizhou Police College and costitutes both online and offline events. Main venues are set up at the CNISCO site and at the permanent venue in Guizhou Police College for the China-ASEAN Education Exchange Week. Deputy Director Wang Da-Quan of the Department of Policies and Regulations of the Ministry of Education of the PRC, Deputy Party Secretary Yang Wei of the Education Committee of Guizhou Province and Party Secretary Zhao Fu-Quan of Guizhou Police College delivered opening remarks. SHUPL Deputy Party Secretary and SHUPL Secretary of Commission for Discipline Inspection Pan Mu-Tian hosted the ceremony.


Wang Da-Quan stated that the Department of Policies and Regulations of the Ministry of Education is the main unit for promoting the construction of the rule of law in the field of education, and has been committed to improving the environment that guarantees the reform and development of education, as well as promoting the co-construction, co-governance and communications between departments. At present and for a period of time in the future, with the overall advancement of education legal work, the demand for academic achievements and theoretical innovation will continue to expand, and the wisdom from higher education and scientific research institutions will be more systematically involved and integrated into the community of building a modern education . At the same time, it is also important to strengthen international cooperation and exchange new developments and new experiences in the rule of law in international education. We hope to use the The Seminar on Rule of Law in International Education Policy for the Future (Eurasian Region) as an opportunity to form more results through continuous and in-depth exchanges and cooperation, to expand the field of education law research, to consolidate the theoretical foundation, and to make education practice closer to the rule of law Combining land and land to contribute to the vigorous development of the educational legal system with Chinese characteristics.


Yang Wei pointed out that the China-ASEAN Education Exchange Week is dedicated to promoting cultural exchanges in the field of education between China and ASEAN countries, which is in line with the purpose of promoting the AFAS under the Belt and Road initiative, and promoting ASEAN interconnectivity in the domestic and international situation in the new era. As a frontier window for educational exchanges facing ASEAN countries, and radiating participation in the “Belt and Road” countries, Guizhou is an important bridge for educational legal policies to improve the level of internationalization and exchanges, and mutual learning with countries in the region. The event hosted by CNISCO and organized by the Guizhou Police College brought together the voices of high-end think tanks at home and abroad, serving the construction of educational modernization goals, and injecting advanced ideas into the practice of education policies, which has both theoretical and practical significance.



Zhao Fu-Quan pointed out that education is a national plan and its important position in the national governance system determines that the modernization of national governance cannot be separated from the modernization of education. Experts and scholars at home and abroad gathered at this event to conduct in-depth discussions and exchanges on teaching and legal practice, which will surely stimulate many sparks of new ideas and promote the development of the rule of law in education in many countries.


On behalf of the organizer, CNISCO, Pan Mu-Tian officially launched the enrollment of the  The Seminar on Rule of Law in International Education Policy for the Future (Eurasian Region). He said that the training course is the first training task of the China-ASEAN Rule of Law in Education Training Program and is expected to start in October 2021. It is planned to invite about 200 people from education administration officials and higher education administrators from Eurasian countries.The training course will rely on the advantages of CNISCO, and integrate international and domestic education policy and rule of law research resources, be problem-oriented, focus on international frontiers, and discuss the latest developments in international education policy and the rule of law in major countries in the world. It provides support for the advancement of Eurasian educational legislation, public education policies, and modernization of educational governance capabilities in various countries.


The guests participating in the online and offline activities also included guests from Macau City University, Gansu University of Political Science and Law, Zhongnan School of Economics and Law, National Prosecutors College, Zhejiang University, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Shanghai International Studies University, Inner Mongolia National Cultural Exchange Center, Dunhuang Education Bureau and other domestic units, as well as representatives of teachers and students from universities in Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Myanmar, Malaysia, Sudan, the Philippines, Argentina and other countries. The event received extensive support and participation from all walks of life from all over the world. The guests at the meeting witnessed the launch of the The Seminar on Rule of Law in International Education Policy for the Future (Eurasian Region).


Counselor of the Shanghai Municipal Government and former Vice President of SHUPL Guan Bao-Ying, Dean of the “Belt and Road” Security Research Institute Wang Wei, Director of the Emergency Management and Judicial Forensic Research Center Wang Yu-Feng, Director of the Training Department of the CNISCO Office Chen Xiao, Vice Pesident of the College of Criminal Justice Wang Na, and others attended the ceremony.