Университет Образование Научно-инновационная деятельность
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ELECTIVE COURSES AND SEMINARS ABOUT UN SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS (SDGS) IN TASHKENT STATE UNIVERSITY OF LAW

Number of Courses/Subjects Related to Sustainability Offered

Course title

Notes

Investment Law

Through this module, students can gain knowledge on the general concept, essence and need for investment, as well as analyze the country’s investment legislation, which has taken a course on the country’s economic development and poverty reduction among the population. This modul has strong focus on SDG 1 and SDG 8

Non-governmental non-commercial organizations Law

The topics of this course reveal the policy of Uzbekistan on the legal regulation of non-governmental non-profit organizations. Students can learn about the importance of NGOs in poverty reduction, as well as in ensuring justice and building civil society. The course has a close relationship with the main concepts of SDG 1 and SDG 16

Financial Law

Based on this module, students can master financial knowledge, legal instruments of financial regulation, and financial legislation of Uzbekistan. The topics of this module are developed in accordance with the general principles of SDG 3 and SDG 8

Medical law

Medical law is aimed directly at the legal study of relations arising from the field of medicine. It incorporates themes governmental regulation of sphere of medicine and has strong focus on SDG 3 – Good health and well-being

Consumer protection law

This module explores the importance of consumer rights and responsible food consumption. The topics of the module are closely related to such SDG areas as 3, 6 and 12

Human Rights/ International human Rights

Human rights are considered one of the priority areas of the educational system of TSUL. The university modules related to this issue are developed in accordance with the general ideas and principles of the international law and the country’s Constitution, in which great attention is paid to ensuring equality and reducing inequality in society. Module has strong focus on SDG 5, SDG 10, SDG 16 and SDG 17

Legal research methodology

This module is related to the strategic development of legal science and education in the Republic of Uzbekistan, which was revised in the 2019/2020 academic year in order to ensure compliance with SGD 4

Introduction to jurisprudence

This module is related to the strategic development of legal science and education in the Republic of Uzbekistan, which was revised in the 2019/2020 academic year in order to ensure compliance with SGD 4

Strategic decision making by lawyers

This module is related to the strategic development of legal science and education in the Republic of Uzbekistan, which was revised in the 2019/2020 academic year in order to ensure compliance with SGD 4

Constitutional justice

This module reflects issues related to SDG 5 and SDG 16

Family Law/International Family Law

Ensuring equality in rights in the family - the basic unit of society - is one of the priority directions of the cultural life of the society of Uzbekistan. This course is aimed at the development by students of knowledge, skills and abilities regarding family law, spouses rights and law enforcement practice. Module has strong focus on SDG 5

Energy Law

Through this module, which is developed based on the best practices of leading universities and SDG 7, students will be able to gain knowledge about the role of the state in providing affordable and clean energy, as well as issues of legal regulation of these relations.

Business Law

This course is aimed at mastering practical knowledge by students regarding economic growth, providing the population with new jobs, and also reveals the issues of investment, innovation and the creation of appropriate infrastructure. Module has strong focus on SDG 8

Corporate Law

This course is aimed at mastering practical knowledge by students regarding economic growth, providing the population with new jobs, and also reveals the issues of investment, innovation and the creation of appropriate infrastructure. Module has strong focus on SDG 8

E-commerce law

This course is aimed at mastering practical knowledge by students regarding economic growth, providing the population with new jobs, and also reveals the issues of investment, innovation and the creation of appropriate infrastructure. Module has strong focus on SDG 8 and SDG 9

Legal regulation of e-commerce

This course is aimed at mastering practical knowledge by students regarding economic growth, providing the population with new jobs, and also reveals the issues of investment, innovation and the creation of appropriate infrastructure. Module has strong focus on SDG 8 and SDG 9

Modern management in public administration (SDG 9, 16)

At TSUL most of the lessons are based on innovation, legal tech and computer technology. Among them this module is designed to create an innovative atmosphere in legal practice. This module has strong focus mostly on SDG 9 and slightly on SDG 16

Multimedia and information in criminal proceedings (SDG 9)

At TSUL most of the lessons are based on innovation, legal tech and computer technology. Among them this module is designed to create an innovative atmosphere in legal practice. This module has strong focus mostly on SDG 9

Public Control

Reducing inequality is one of the main tasks of creating a social society and rule of law. These four modules are taught to students of different courses and they closely related to SDG 10

Anti-corruption and compliance

Reducing inequality is one of the main tasks of creating a social society and rule of law. These four modules are taught to students of different courses and they closely related to SDG 10

Self-government Law

Reducing inequality is one of the main tasks of creating a social society and rule of law. These four modules are taught to students of different courses and they closely related to SDG 10

Competition law

Reducing inequality is one of the main tasks of creating a social society and rule of law. These four modules are taught to students of different courses and they closely related to SDG 10

Investigation of corruption crimes

Reducing inequality is one of the main tasks of creating a social society and rule of law. These four modules are taught to students of different courses and they closely related to SDG 10

Housing Law

This module incorporates themes related to strategic development and sustainibility and strongly related to SDG 11

Environmental Law/ International environmental Law

In the process of education, we try to pay attention to the global environmental issues of our time. Through this module, which is strongly linked to SDG 13 and SDG 15, students will develop a deep understanding of climate change in the world and other global and local ecologic issues

Land Law

In the process of education, we try to pay attention to the global environmental issues of our time. Through this module, which is strongly linked to SDG 15, students will develop a deep understanding of climate change in the world and other global and local ecologic issues

Agrarian law

In the process of education, we try to pay attention to the global environmental issues of our time. Through this module, which is strongly linked to SDG 15, students will develop a deep understanding of climate change in the world and other global and local ecologic issues

Law and Social Sciences

TSUL is renowned as a national center of legal science and education. Almost all university modules are closely related to SDG 16 – Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, and among them, this module has important role. by the end of this module all students receive comprehensive knowledge of legal instruments to ensure peace, stability and legal order in the country.

Court, Law Enforcement Agencies

TSUL is renowned as a national center of legal science and education. Almost all university modules are closely related to SDG 16 – Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, and among them, this module has important role. by the end of this module all students receive comprehensive knowledge of legal instruments to ensure peace, stability and legal order in the country.

Lawmaking process

TSUL is renowned as a national center of legal science and education. Almost all university modules are closely related to SDG 16 – Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, and among them, this module has important role. by the end of this module all students receive comprehensive knowledge of legal instruments to ensure peace, stability and legal order in the country.

Parliament Law

TSUL is renowned as a national center of legal science and education. Almost all university modules are closely related to SDG 16 – Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, and among them, this module has important role. by the end of this module all students receive comprehensive knowledge of legal instruments to ensure peace, stability and legal order in the country.

Election Law

TSUL is renowned as a national center of legal science and education. Almost all university modules are closely related to SDG 16 – Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions, and among them, this module has important role. by the end of this module all students receive comprehensive knowledge of legal instruments to ensure peace, stability and legal order in the country.

Diplomatic and consular service Law

Partnership for sustainable development is one of the main goals of our university. This course just helps students to understand the essence and significance of partnerships, both international and regional. The curriculum of this module has been revised taking into account the developing role of international partnership and the new course of the university after the radical reform of legal education and science in Uzbekistan.

Law of international organizations

Partnership for sustainable development is one of the main goals of our university. This course just helps students to understand the essence and significance of partnerships, both international and regional. The curriculum of this module has been revised taking into account the developing role of international partnership and the new course of the university after the radical reform of legal education and science in Uzbekistan.

Diplomatic Protocol

Partnership for sustainable development is one of the main goals of our university. This course just helps students to understand the essence and significance of partnerships, both international and regional. The curriculum of this module has been revised taking into account the developing role of international partnership and the new course of the university after the radical reform of legal education and science in Uzbekistan.

Alternative methods of resolving international disputes

Partnership for sustainable development is one of the main goals of our university. This course just helps students to understand the essence and significance of partnerships, both international and regional. The curriculum of this module has been revised taking into account the developing role of international partnership and the new course of the university after the radical reform of legal education and science in Uzbekistan.

International migration law

Partnership for sustainable development is one of the main goals of our university. This course just helps students to understand the essence and significance of partnerships, both international and regional. The curriculum of this module has been revised taking into account the developing role of international partnership and the new course of the university after the radical reform of legal education and science in Uzbekistan.

International Labor Law

Partnership for sustainable development is one of the main goals of our university. This course just helps students to understand the essence and significance of partnerships, both international and regional. The curriculum of this module has been revised taking into account the developing role of international partnership and the new course of the university after the radical reform of legal education and science in Uzbekistan.

Total number of courses with sustainability embedded for courses running in TSUL in 2021/22: 65

Number of student organizations related to sustainability

“Green corner”

“Garden creativity”

“Nature is future”

“Step-by-step”

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Uzbekistan

Description:

1.    “Green corner” –the university is filled with a green atmosphere. The green corners in each classroom, library, and hallway area are filled with a variety of plants.

2.    “Garden creativity” - Students are regularly involved in creating a garden on campus. Everyone feels that all of this is a factor that improves human health.

3.    “Nature is future” - On certain days of the week, work is carried out to protect the environment. The trees are cared for and watered regularly.

4.    “Step-by-step” - A “step-by-step” community has also been set up, working mainly on university campus with few green zones. Despite the small scale at the moment, great results are expected in the near future.

5.    There is a Youth Union on Green Campus which is led by the student of TSULL. It has been operating since 2016 and it controls and encourages university team to engage environmental issues. Also, the rector of TSUL supports this association in order to help them meet their goals. This union is also controlled by the The State Committee of the Republic of Uzbekistan for Ecology and Environment Protection.


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Number of sustainablity community services project organised and/or involving students

Project name

participants

Project duration

Project area

Garden creativity

250

5 years

EC

Healthy TSUL

40

8 years

SI

Nature is future

100

4 years

SI

Step- by- step

140

1 year

ED

GREEN SPACE

PROJECT AT TSUL

120

1 year

EC

5,000 STEPS FOR A

HEALTHY LIFE

156

1 week

TR

TRASH TO TREASURE

30

Every

Thursday

During

the year

WS

Description:

Our students have been actively involved in the programs listed above for several years.

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A seminar on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was held at Tashkent State University of Law

On the initiative of the UN Uzbekistan and Tashkent State University of Law, a seminar dedicated to the UN Sustainable Development Goals was organized for members of the "Street Law" club.

At the event, Anvar Meliboev, Head of the UN Information Office, spoke about the work of the UN, the Sustainable Development Goals and the work being done in Uzbekistan to achieve these goals.

In turn, "Street Law" volunteers shared their views on how to promote sustainable development through the lens of human rights.

Video contest "Change Makers for SDGs" is announced

The contest, organized by the International Westminster University in Tashkent (IWUT) in partnership with the UN Office in Uzbekistan, the Youth Parliament under the Senate of the Oliy Majlis, and Tashkent branch of the All-Russian State Institute of Cinematography named after S.A. Gerasimov, is open to students from all universities in Tashkent.

Creative submissions to the video contest on Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) will be accepted until May 10.

Winners will receive valuable prizes:

1st place - MacBook Air; 
2nd place - IPhone 14; 
3rd place - Apple Watch.

The winners will also get prizes from sponsors.

Awarding ceremony of the contest will be held at Westminster International University in Tashkent.

The Sustainable Development Goals and the UN Charter were analyzed during the "UN Week" at TSUL

On the second day of this week dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the establishment of the United Nations, professors and teachers of the Tashkent State University of Law organized a master class for students of TSUL and UWED on the topic "Analysis of the UN Charter by articles, the importance of its provisions in modern times."

In the training, information was given about the history of the UN, its legal foundations, powers, goals and tasks, and the work carried out by the organization.

In the lesson, the students analyzed the current approaches to reforming the UN Charter, which still have archaic effects, and expressed their opinions and suggestions in this regard.

An online meeting was also held with the Permanent Representative of Uzbekistan to the UN, Mr. Bakhtiyor Ibragimov, within the framework of the week.

Professors and students of TSUL and UWED participated in the event.

At the meeting, the cooperation of our country with this prestigious structure, its main directions and achievements in this regard were reviewed. The expert emphasized that the initiatives put forward by Uzbekistan within the framework of the UN are widely supported by the world community.

At the end, the participants received detailed answers to the questions they were interested in.

Also, during the week, a roundtable discussion was organized between TSUL and UWED students on the implementation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

At the event, students discussed the implementation of the fifth goal of sustainable development on gender equality, the tenth goal on inequality between countries, the sixteenth goal on creating effective and accountable government institutions, and the seventeenth goal on global cooperation. In this regard, information was given and opinions were exchanged about the work being done at the national and global level.

The participants shared their suggestions and recommendations on the topic.

In addition, "The future of the country is in my hands" held between TSUL and UWED students. How to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals?" The winners of the best essay competition on the subject were announced.

According to the results, Munisa Rayimova, a student of the second stage in the nomination "Best analyst" won the first place, while Shahrizoda Mamasolieva and Malika Ismailova won the second and third places.

Also, Khushnazar Joraev, a second stage student of TSUL, won the nomination "Best Idea Generator". Barakatullah Azimi Khidoyatullah and Husan Ergashev took the next places, respectively.

Winners and prize-winners were given special certificates and valuable gifts by the organizers.

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