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Kick-off meeting of CCP_Law project (Curriculum development on Climate Change Policy and Law) (26-03-2021 13:53)

From 23-24, March 2021, Hue University and international partners held the kick-off meeting of CCP_Law project (Curriculum development on Climate Change Policy and Law) in the framework of Erasmus + Key Action 2 (Capacity Building for Higher Education) sponsored by the European Union. Dr. Do Thi Xuan Dung, Hue University Vice President, Project Coordinator, chaired the meeting.



The project is implemented in a period of 3 years (2021-2024) with the participation of 10 universities and higher education institutions from Vietnam, India, Malaysia, Greece, the United Kingdom, and Spain.



Project objectives 

  • To develop, test, and adapt new curricula in the field of Climate Change (CC) Law
  • To support the modernization, accessibility, and internationalization of higher education and to address the challenges facing the higher education systems in Malaysia, India, and Vietnam
  • To improve the level of competences and skills in the HEIs by developing a new and innovative ICT-based education program and by applying best practices pedagogical methodologies among academics and learners
  • To contribute to strengthened cooperation between EU and the Partner Countries
  • To promote people-people contacts, intercultural awareness, and understanding
  • To open Climate Change Law Centers (PC HEIs)


Hue University – Coordinator - Vietnam

Hanoi Law University (HLU) - Vietnam

Symbiosis International (Deemed University) (SIU) - India

Marwadi University (MU) - India

Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) - Malaysia

Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malayisa (IIUM) - Malaysia

Coventry University (COV) - United Kingdom

University of Girona (UdG) - Spain

European Knowledge Spot (EKS) - Greece                                 

Panhellenic Association of Engineers Contractors of Public Works (PEDMEDE) - Greece


Translated: Department of Science, Technology and International Relations, Hue University

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