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LU Haina
Associate Professor of Comparative Jurisprudence
Education Background:Ph.D. in law, Catholic University of Leuven (KUL), Belgium, 2010
Diplome detudes specialisees (DES) in international law, Libral University of Brussels (ULB), Belgium, 2001
M. A., Norwegian Institute of Human Rights, University of Oslo, 2000
B.A., Foreign Affairs College, China, 1997
Research Interests:Human rights law, labor law, social security law, international law, comparative law, migration studies
Courses Taught:International and European human rights law, labor law, social security law, comparative law, etc.
External Exchange:Sohmen Human Rights Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Law, Hong Kong University (2008.1-4)
Researcher, Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies (CEDEM)
Faculty of Law, University of Lige, Belgium, 2006.1-2007.12
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Selected Publications:Articles
1. Personal Application of the Right to Work in the Age of Migration, reprinted in Manisuli Ssenyonjoed, Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Series : The International Library of Essays on Rights, (Ashgate Publishing, April 2011), (Book info available at: )
2. Rethinking the Reeducation-through-Labor system of China: Does it impose prohib ited or permitted forced labor?, in Hong Kong Law Journal, Vol. 38, Part 3, 2008, pp. 831- 864.
3. Personal Application of the Right to Work in the Age of Migration, in Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights, Vol. 26, Issue 1, March 2008, pp. 43-77.
4. New Developments in China's Labor Dispute Resolution System: A better protection for workers' rights? in Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal (Champaign: University of Illinois College of Law), Vol. 29, April 2008, pp. 247-274.
5. The Right to Equal Access to Education of Internal Migrant Workers'Children in China, in F. Ang, I. Delens-Ravier, & others (eds.), The UN Children's Rights Convention: Theory meets Practice (Antwerp-Oxford: Intersentia, 2007), pp. 201-218, (book info available at ).
6. Examining China's Labor Law from the Perspective of the Right to Employment Security in Shidai Faxue (Contemporary Legal Science) (Changsha: Hunan Normal University), Issue No. 6, 2005, pp. 78-84.
7. The Right to Leave: Contemplations on Article 31 of the Labor Law of China in Gongyun Yanjiu (Workers' Movement Studies) (Beijing: Chinese Institute of Workers' Movement Studies), Vol.12, June 2005, pp. 23-26.
8. Chinese Workers under Privatization in EurAsia Bulletin (Brussels: European Institute for Asian Studies) Vol.8, May-June 2004, pp. 17-18.
9. EU-China Human Rights Dialogue: An Acceptable Option? in EurAsia Bulletin (Brussels: European Institute for Asia Studies, 2003) Vol.7, June-July, pp. 5-6.

The Right to Work in China: Labour Legislation in the Light of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, Intersentia Publishing, 2011, pp. 398.

Research Projects:Project of Renmin University of China: national protection on equal employment right: from the perspective of international human rights law, 2014
EU Project: transnational practices of immigrants in Western Europe (2006-2007)
EU project: environmental change and forced migration (2007)
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