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The 2nd edition of the Scientific Review « Doctrine and Jurisprudence » scheduled for January 21st in Kinshasa

Kinshasa, January 6th, 2021 (CPA) – The Scientific Review entitled Doctrine and Jurisprudence “Doc and Juris”, is organizing, on January 21st, the second edition of scientific days at the Congo River Hotel in Kinshasa under the general theme: “Law, Natural Resources and Development of DRC », learned CPA, from the » official Facebook « page of this review.

According to the source, during these meetings, a panel of high-level experts will deal with the following topics: « The perspectives of government policy in terms of mining management », « The protection of the environment and the exploitation of natural resources ”,“ Taxation of mining activities ”,“ Corporate responsibility in the natural resource sectors ”and many others.

Initiated by Professors Eberande Kolongele, Gaston Kabwa Kabwe and lawyer Bia Buetusiwa, the main objective of this scientific day is to bring together all jurists and scientists around a table in order to bring together all their knowledge and criticism on the evolution of right and to pave the way for progress and effectiveness.

The first edition of the review « Doc et Juris » was held on November 20th, 2020, at the Congo River Hotel in Kinshasa under the theme « 20 years of reform of the laws, assessment, perspectives and development of DRC ».

It had known the participation of judges José Marie Tasoki, Bienvenu Wane, Dieudonné Kaluba and lawyers Gaston Kabwa Kabwe, Vincent Kangulumba and President of the Bar Coco Kayudi.

First five laureates selected for the “Gaston Kabwa Kabwe” scientific prize

In addition, the Scientific Review “Doctrines and Jurisprudence” will proclaim, on January 21st, 2022, the names of 5 finalists selected for the first edition of “Pr Gaston Kabwa Kabwe” prize, during the second edition of its scientific days.

These include Exaucé Futi Luemba from the Catholic University of Congo, Gabriel Wokovu Kadibwami and Bafwa Katombe from the official University of Bukavu, Noël Rashidi Mbungu from the Free University of the Grand Lac de Goma countries as well as ‘Amos Kazadi Ngudia from the University of Goma in Nord Kivu.

The participants mainly composed of students regularly enrolled in Law in a Congolese university at the first or second cycle wrote texts of 3,000 to 5,000 words on topics related to law, said the director of this prize, Me Hervé Bia. .

Launched in October 2021, the first edition of this prize was instituted in memory of Prof. Gaston Kabwa Kabwe, who died on June 23rd, 2021. The winner will receive an envelope of USD 500.

Prof. Gaston Kabwa Kabwe was a lawyer, university professor, director and co-founder of “Doc et Juris” Review. He also served as deputy chief of staff to the special security adviser. Prof. Kabwa is the author of numerous scientific publications including a reference work on Law entitled « People-disability Tome 1 »


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