On November 7, 2023, at 1:00 PM WIB, the academic world will be abuzz with the presence of a Public Lecture on the theme “Contemporary Criminalization Theory in the Perspective of Social Theories.” This event will be held online, inviting participants from various backgrounds to delve deeper into the development of criminal law thinking in the context of society.

Speaker: Dr. Ufran, S.H., MH

Dr. Ufran, an expert in criminal law who has achieved accolades in legal research and development, will be the main speaker at this event. With a strong educational background and extensive practical experience, Dr. Ufran will discuss various aspects of contemporary criminalization theory, linking them to the latest social theories. Participants can expect a profound understanding and broad insights into the role of criminal law in the dynamics of modern society.

Moderator: Abdul Ghoni

Abdul Ghoni, a skilled moderator with expertise in guiding informative and thought-provoking discussions, will lead this public lecture. With his intelligence and analytical sharpness, Abdul Ghoni will ensure a smooth exchange of ideas between the speaker and participants, providing space for deep reflection and constructive dialogue.

Event Summary:

  1. Date and Time:
    • Date: November 7, 2023
    • Time: 1:00 PM WIB
    • Format: Online (Zoom/Webinar)
  2. Main Topics:
    • Contemporary Criminalization Theory
    • Perspectives of Social Theories
  3. Speaker: Dr. Ufran, S.H., MH
    • Brief introduction to Dr. Ufran’s background and expertise.
  4. Moderator: Abdul Ghoni
    • Brief introduction to Abdul Ghoni’s experience and moderation qualifications.
  5. Participant Enthusiasm:
    • Participants are invited from various backgrounds, including students, academics, legal practitioners, and the general public interested in this topic.
  6. Interactive and Participatory:
    • Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage in discussions through the online platform, creating an interactive and participatory atmosphere.