Discussion Club "Open World" with Associate Professor at Yokohama University Makoto Seta

02 November 2018, 11:00

Arseniy Yatsenyuk Open Ukraine Foundation and the Embassy of Japan invites you to attend the meeting within the Discussion Club "Open World" with Associate Professor at Yokohama University Makoto Seta. The topic of discussion: "The Rule of Law in the Oceans: The View of Japanese Scientists".

The conflict settlement experience through the Arbitration Tribunal on the delimitation of maritime borders in Asia and its importance for Ukraine will be discussed.

The meeting will take place on Friday, November 16 at 6.00 pm at Bohdan Khmelnytsky str. 8/16, Art Hub "Ukrinform" near metro station "Teatralna".

Participation in the event is FREE.  The registration for the event is required at the following link: https://goo.gl/forms/oWfwVEWWFoHk2FCM2

The working language of the meeting is English.


Mr. Makoto Seta Associate Professor, Ph.D. in Law, Yokohama City University

Research Interests: International Law of the Sea, International Criminal Law


Apr 2010Mar 2015 Ph.D. in Law, Graduate School of Law, Waseda University

Apr 2007 Mar 2010 Master of Laws, Graduate School of Law, Waseda University

Oct 2007 Sep 2008 Public International Law, Graduate School, Division of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science

Apr 2003 Mar 2007 Faculty of Laws, Waseda University

Academic & Professional Experience:

Aug 2015  Today Adjunct Researcher, Institute of Maritime Law, Waseda University

Apr 2015  Today Associate Professor, International College of Arts and Sciences, Yokohama City University

Apr 2013  Mar 2015 Research Associate, Institute of Comparative Law, Waseda University

Discussion Club "Open World" is an educational project of the "Open Ukraine" Foundation for socially active young people. Its goal is to raise a new generation of responsible leaders. Every month the Foundation holds lectures with renowned experts, politicians and public figures, during which they discuss ways of effective solutions to social problems in Ukraine and in the world.