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Call for papers: Punishing International Crimes in Domestic Courts (12 June)

The international community deems that international crimes, such as genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes, cannot go unpunished. During the 1990s it significantly stepped up its ‘fight against impunity’ and established numerous international criminal courts and tribunals to prosecute and punish perpetrators of such atrocity crimes committed around the globe. Over the past decades, also…

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Report on business involvement in international crimes

CICJ researchers prof. Wim Huisman and dr. Marjolein Cupido have written a report on business involvement in international crimes for the upcoming conference of the Association International de Droit Penal (AIDP). The report discusses the Dutch experience with prosecuting businessmen for international crimes and sets out the possibilities and limitations for establishing individual criminal responsibility for…

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Barbora Hola receives NWO tenure track position at NSCR

Dr. Barbora Hola is one of four female scholars who have been given a five-year position in the first round of the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) Women In Science Excel (WISE) programme. The tenure track programme provides dr. Hola with the opportunity to continue or develop her own research group and ultimately advance to…

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Cycle of Violence in Post-Conflict Settings Symposium 30 January

On 30 January from 9:15 to 17:00 hrs, the Netherlands Institute for the Study of Crime and Law Enforcement (NSCR) organises a symposium on the cycle of violence in post-conflict settings and among conflict-affected populations.The meeting aims to – in an informal and engaging way – promote discussion and exchange experiences across disciplines, countries and experts.…

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First two Global Diversity Fellows selected

The CICJ is happy to announce that Prativa Khanal and Mugero Jesse have been selected as the first two Global Diversity Fellows. About twenty-five applications from promising young scholars and professionals from all across the globe were received. Given the high number of suitable candidates, we are happy that we will be able to accept two…

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