global-diversity

Selection for Global Diversity Fellowship starts

CICJ wil select two early career researchers in the field of international criminal justice from developing countries for a one-month Global Diversity Fellowship somewhere in the period May-June 2018. CICJ Global Diversity Fellowship To develop a truly global international criminal justice framework, it is imperative that talented young scholars from developing and/or (post-)conflict countries have access to scholars at well-established universities and research…

KNAW

CICJ co-director Barbora Hola selected to join Young Academy

The Young Academy of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Science has selected Barbora Hola as one of the ten new members. The members are all exceptional researchers with a broad interest in scientific endeavour and science communication. Membership is for a five-year period. The new members will be officially installed on 26 March…

CICJ-VU-JaP

Seminar 21 November ‘Fighting for human rights in Mexico’

Through the Shelter City project the Dutch NGO Justice & Peace offers human rights defenders the possibility for rest and respite by letting them escape from a temporarily threatening situation. In this seminar Lucía, a Mexican human rights defender, will share her experiences. How do you fight for human rights in a hostile environment? Lucía…

CICJ research lab

Master students start working on CICJ Research Lab projects

This year, CICJ has recruited eight students from the master programme on International Crimes and Criminology to assist in academic research that is carried out at the Center in the context of the CICJ Research Lab. They are Eszter Boldis, Marieke Bremmers, Laura Jiminez, Andrew Kennedy, Xiao Mao, Zoi Pisourika, Rebecca Pol and Indigo Uriz Martinez.…