The Department of Law launched its clinical legal education programme on 20th June, and its work and activities will continue until September. Clinical legal education has been an integral part of legal education in law schools in countries such as Australia, India, South Africa, the UK, and the US, for many years. The programme is new to the Seychelles. The aims of the programme are to expand the breadth of legal education for UniSey law students by exposing them to real-life projects and assignments in diverse areas of law; to conduct cutting-edge legal research in domestic and international law; and to facilitate domestic law reform and capacity-building.
To celebrate World Ocean’s Day on June 8th, the James MichelBlue Economy Research Institute (BERI) organised a photo competition. Prizes were awarded to the winners in an activity which also included an exhibition of photos to commemorate Worlds Ocean Day. The exhibition showed the impact of marine debris on the ocean’s ecosystem and the audience were given awareness on how we can all work together to support a healthy ocean. The first prize of the photo competition was won by Dillys Pouponneau, followed by Prema Servina and Petra Lesperance in second and third place respectively.
The UniSey International Collaboration Scheme – Internationalization strategy 2017-2019, was officially launched on Tuesday 6th June 2017. UniSey allows any member of staff to initiate and engage in preliminary discussions with prospective international partners about the possibility of collaboration. However, all discussions must be made known to the UniSey Global Office by email, illustrating clearly who is involved, the nature and purpose of the collaboration and the potential benefits to all parties involved. The contact person at the Global Office is Mrs. Prema Servina.