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全球教席“云课堂”——Kimmo Nuotio:刑法和可持续发展

全球教席“云课堂”38讲
 
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题目:刑法和可持续发展(Criminal Law and Sustainable Development)

时间:2021年11月2日(周二)17:00-19:00
 
腾讯会议ID:263 989 790
 
开讲学者:
Kimmo Nuotio(前芬兰赫尔辛基大学法学院院长、法学教授)
 
主持人:
王华伟(北京大学法学院助理教授)
 
评议人:
梁根林(北京大学法学院教授)
江 溯(北京大学法学院副教授)
张梓弦(北京大学法学院博士后研究人员)
 
 
开讲学者简介:
  Kimmo Nuotio 教授目前为战略研究委员会主席(任期 2019-2021)。他曾任赫尔辛基大学法学院院长和欧洲大学研究所法律系让·莫奈研究员。Nuotio 教授曾主管芬兰教育部和芬兰科学院资助的全国法律博士项目,曾担任芬兰艺术大学的董事会成员、亚历山大学院的董事会主席、多伦多大学和鲁汶大学的访问教授。
  他的研究主题包括:刑事责任的理论基础、刑法现代化、北欧、欧洲和国际刑法、刑法跨国化、欧洲法律一体化、风险社会、福利国家、安全、政治哲学与法律、刑法与文化多样性等。
 
Kimmo Nuotio is professor of criminal law. He is chairing the Strategic Research Council (2019-2021). Nuotio is former Jean Monnet Fellow of the European University Institute, Department of Law (2000-2001).  He was the Dean of the Faculty of Law of the University of Helsinki in 2010-2017. He has been a visiting professor at the University of Toronto and the KU Leuven. Nuotio was the director of the nation-wide doctoral programme in Law, funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Academy of Finland, under the title "Law in a Changing World" (2007-2015), and Member of Board of the University of Arts (2015 - 2017). He was the chair of board of Alexander Institute (2014-2018).
His central research topics include: Theoretical Foundations of Penal Liability, Modernization of Criminal Law, Nordic, European, and International Criminal Law, Transnationalization of Criminal Law, European Legal Integration, Risk Society / Welfare State / Security, Political Philosophy and Law, Criminal Law and Cultural Diversity.
 
讲座摘要:
  刑法和可持续发展并不常被联系在一起。本次讲座将从环境刑法和法人刑事责任等例子中讨论如何看待两者之间的联系。传统的欧洲观点认为,不应该用纯粹的工具性价值衡量刑法,将其视为达到目的的一种手段,因为以国家和社会为导向的刑事司法观会危及刑法对于个人自由的保障。但是,我们仍然要思考以下问题:如何更好地利用刑法来支持社会发展?可持续发展的概念实际上是否添加了新内容?人们是否可以从刑法中得到教育和启蒙?在什么条件下能成功实现这个目标?就可持续性和可持续发展方面,刑法和刑事司法可以提供怎样的合理性期待?此外,本次讲座还将讨论刑法在实现联合国可持续发展目标中的作用。
 
The notions of criminal law and sustainable development have not very often been linked to each other. I my talk I will discuss how we could think about this relationship. We will discuss some examples such as environmental criminal law and corporate criminal liability from this point of view. According to the traditional European view, criminal law should not be measured against purely instrumental values, as means to an end, since a state- or society-oriented view on criminal justice would risk the capability of criminal law to stand for individual freedoms and liberties. But still, it is fair to ask about how criminal law could best be used to support societal development. Does the notion of sustainability add anything new, actually? Could people be enlightened and educated by means of criminal law? On what terms could this be successfully achieved? What are the reasonable expectations in relation to what criminal law and criminal justice can deliver in terms of sustainability and sustainable development? We will also discuss the role of criminal law as regards reaching the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
 
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