Research & Innovation
Centre for International Law and Siyar (CILAS) is the first Centre of Excellence at the Faculty of Law, UKM which established in 2014.
CILAS consists of 21 members comprising two Professors, eight Associate Professors and eleven Senior Lecturers from the Faculty of Law, UKM with various areas of expertise.
The Faculty’s vision and objectives form the basis of CILAS’s operation, with a focus on legal and international policy and Siyar in Malaysia, ASEAN and the Muslim countries. For this purpose, CILAS established an active network with various agencies, institutions and organizations at home and abroad, in the form of MoUs, MoAs and LoIs. This network involves research collaboration, training and negotiation.
In order to ensure that the public understands the law regarding current issues, CILAS also collaborates with other bodies in organizing forums that are open to the public. Among them is the Public Lecture on Water Sustainability: Challenges for Establishing Conditions for Human Existence by Professor Stella Emery Santana, FAESA Centro Universitario Brazil, on 17 July 2023; Public Lecture on International Law of the Sea by Professor Donald R Rothwell, ANU College of Law, Australian National University on January 30, 2023; CILAS Webinar on Sentencing Guidelines by Tuan Awang Armadajaya and Professor Nicola Padfield KC (Hon), on 26 October 2022; Webinar Undang-Undang Islam Antarabangsa (Siyar), on 16 August 2022; Webinar Undang-Undang Keluarga: Hak Beragama Kanak-kanak, on 14 April 2022; Webinar Konflik Rusia dengan Ukraine: Adakah Undang-undang Antarabangsa Ada Penyelesaiannya?, on 3 March 2022; Webinar on Islamic Financial Issues Series 2 “Crowdfunding: Disruptive or Promising”, on 16 June 2021; and International Seminar on Covid-19 and Law, on 18 February 2021.
Malaysian and Comparative Law Center (MyCoL) is a research center located at the Faculty of Law, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
MyCoL, which officially operates from December 2019, consists of 19 members comprising two Professors, six Associate Professors and eleven Senior Lecturers from the Faculty of Law, UKM with various areas of expertise.
The Faculty’s vision and objectives form the basis of MyCoL’s operation, with a focus on local and comparative legal studies. For this purpose, MyCoL established an active network with various agencies, institutions and organizations at home and abroad, in the form of MoUs, MoAs and LoIs. This network involves research collaboration, training and negotiation.
In order to ensure that the public understands the law regarding current issues, MyCoL also collaborates with other bodies in organizing forums that are open to the public. Among them is the General Lecture on International Financial Law by Prof. Dr. Edvardas Juchnevicius, University of Gdañsk, Poland on June 20, 2023, International Conference on “Man vs Wild; Rights & Protection of Animals” organized jointly with Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU), Mumbai, on 17 April 2023, Webinar on COVID-19 and Law on 9 January 2021, Joint-Class on International Human Rights Law, Joint-Class on Federalism and National Legal System and Joint-Class on Private International Law organized jointly with the Faculty of Law, Universitas Brawijaya on December 7 to 9, 2020, Constitutional Discourse On Article 150 Federal Constitution on October 28, 2020, UKM Golden Jubilee Lecture Series 6: Malay Language@Language of Knowledge: Between Self Esteem and the Demand of Globalisation organized jointly with the Institute of Malay World and Civilization (ATMA) and the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, UKM on 7 August 2020, Forum on the Punishment of Drunk Driving organized jointly with Hadhari Islamic Institute and Center for Sharia Studies, Faculty of Islamic Studies, UKM on 15 June 2020 and Constitutional Forum organized jointly with UKM Academic Staff Association on 4 March 2020.
Target 17.1 Mobilize resources to improve domestic revenue collection.
Target 17.2 Implement all development assistance commitments.
Target 17.3 Mobilize financial resources for developing countries.
Target 17.4 Assist developing countries in attaining debt sustainability.
Target 17.5 Invest in least-developed countries.
Target 17.6 Knowledge sharing and cooperation for access to science, technology, and innovation.
Target 17.7 Promote sustainable technologies to developing countries.
Target 17.8 Strengthen science, technology, and innovation capacity for least-developed countries.
Target 17.9 Enhanced SDG capacity in developing countries.
Target 17.10 Promote a universal trading system under the WTO.
Target 17.11 Increase the exports of developing countries.
Target 17.12 Remove trade barriers for least-developed countries.
Target 17.13 Enhance global macroeconomic stability.
Target 17.14 Enhance policy coherence for sustainable development.
Target 17.15 Respect national leadership to implement policies for sustainable development.
Target 17.16 Enhance the global partnership for sustainable development.
Target 17.17 Encourage effective partnerships.
Target 17.18 Enhance availability of relable data.
Target 17.19 Further develop measurements of progress.
Target 4.1 Free primary and secondary education.
Target 4.2 Equal access to quality pre-primary education.
Target 4.3 Equal access to affordable technical, vocational and higher education.
Target 4.4 Increase the number of people with relevant skills for financial success.
Target 4.5 Eliminate all discrimination in education.
Target 4.6 Universal literacy and numeracy
Target 4.7 Education for sustainable development and global citizenship
Target 4.a Build and upgrade inclusive and safe schools.
Target 4.b Expand higher education scholarships for developing countries.
Target 4.c Increase the supply of qualified teachers in developing countries.
Target 3.1 Reduce maternal mortality.
Target 3.2 End all preventable deaths under 5 years of age.
Target 3.3 Fight communicable diseases.
Target 3.4 Reduce mortality from non-communicable diseases and promote mental health.
Target 3.5 Prevent and treat substance abuse.
Target 3.6 Reduce road injuries and deaths.
Target 3.7 Universal access to sexual and reproductive care, family planning and education
Target 3.8 Achieve universal health coverage.
Target 3.9 Reduce illnesses and deaths from hazardous chemicals and pollution.
Target 3.a Implement the WHO framework convention on tobacco control.
Target 3.b Support research, development and access to affordable vaccines and medicines.
Target 3.c Increase health financing and support health workforce in developing countries.
Target 3.d Improve early warning systems for global health risks.
Target 9.1 Develop sustainable, resilient and inclusive infrastructures.
Target 9.2 Promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization.
Target 9.3 Increase access to financial services and markets.
Target 9.4 Upgrade all industries and infrastructures for sustainability.
Target 9.5 Enhance research and upgrade industrial technologies.
Target 9.a Facilitate sustainable infrastructure development for developing countries.
Target 9.b Support domestic technology development and industrial diversification.
Target 9.c Universal access to information and communications technology.
Target 8.1 Sustainable Economic Growth.
Target 8.2 Diversify, innovate and upgrade for economic productivity.
Target 8.3 Promote policies to support job creation and growing enterprises.
Target 8.4 Improve resource efficiency in consumption and production.
Target 8.5 Full employment and decent work with equal pay.
Target 8.6 Promote youth employment, education and training.
Target 8.7 End modern slavery, trafficking, and child labor.
Target 8.8 Protect labor rights and promote safe working environments.
Target 8.9 Promote beneficial and sustainable tourism.
Target 8.10 Universal access to banking, insurance and financial services
Target 8.a Increase aid for trade support
Target 8.b Develop a global youth employment strategy
Target 6.1 Safe and affordable drinking water.
Target 6.2 End open defecation and provide access to sanitation and hygiene.
Target 6.3 Improve water quality, wastewater treatment and safe reuse.
Target 6.4 Increase water use efficiency and ensure freshwater supplies.
Target 6.5 Implement integrated water resources management.
Target 6.6 Protect and restore water-related ecosystems.
Target 6.a Expand water and sanitation support to developing countries.
Target 6.b Support local engagement in water and sanitation management.
Target 2.1 Universal access to safe, nutritious, and sufficient food.
Target 2.2 End all forms of malnutrition.
Target 2.3 Double the productivity and incomes of small-scale food producers.
Target 2.4 Sustainable food production and resilient agricultural practices.
Target 2.5 Maintain the genetic diversity in food production.
Target 2.a Invest in rural infrastructure, agricultural research, technology and gene banks.
Target 2.b Prevent agricultural trade restrictions, market distortions and export subsidies.
Target 2.c Ensure stable food commodity markets and timely access to information.