Internships / CICJ Research Lab

CICJ’s researchers regularly recruit research assistants for academic research at the Center. Moreover, CICJ’s extensive network in the professional field enables us to help students obtain internships at relevant institutions in The Hague, for instance the International Criminal Court or the International Criminal Tribunal of the Former Yugoslavia.

Please note that until further notice internships at the Center are reserved for students from our Faculty’s master programmes. For more information on internship possibilities, please contact Joris van Wijk.

CICJ research lab

The CICJ regularly recruits research assistants who assist in the academic research at the Center. Current and past Research Lab assistants include:

2020-2021:

  • Margareta Ana Baksa Topličanec
  • Frans van der Blom
  • Diana Bogica Gelvez
  • Lena Chouchan
  • Fabio Guadalupi
  • Tessa Huizing
  • Nena Kos
  • Verena Muckermann
  • Coralie Niggeler
  • Nathalie Prange
  • Beatrice Schutzbach

2019-2020:

  • Jacqueline Beveridge
  • Willemijn Born
  • Tara Ditzel
  • Jessica Jeansipen
  • Roxane Kulenkamp
  • Madison March
  • Nikolaos Moaritis
  • Eva Notté
  • Akdana Shakenova
  • Megan van Straten
  • Gaia Rietveld
  • Lisanne van der Weijde

2018-2019:

  • Suzanne Groen
  • Janek Gulbis
  • Helena Kreiensiek
  • Hajer M’tiri
  • Hossein Mojtahedi
  • Caroline Opperman
  • Malte Stedtnitz
  • Maaike van de Vorst
  • Luna Yperman

2017-2018:

  • Eszter Boldis
  • Marieke Bremmers
  • Laura Jiminez
  • Andrew Kennedy
  • Xiao Mao
  • Zoi Pisourika
  • Rebecca Pol
  • Indigo Uriz Martinez

2016-2017:

  • Jamika Jorge-Petit
  • Lisanne Evenhuis
  • Isabella Regan
  • Julia Litzkow
  • Kirsten van den Akker
  • Celline Cole
  • Aurora Jeanroy
  • Marie Steinbrecher

Research Lab projects

2020-2021:

  • If it bleeds it reads: An open-source analysis of lion trade in the media (Andrew Lemieux)
  • Cultural Variables in Eyewitness Evidence at the ICTR (Dylan Drenk, Annelies Vredeveldt, Barbora Holá)
  • Realities of International Criminal Justice (Barbora Hola, Gabriele Chlevickaite)
  • Corporate involvement in international crimes (Wim Huisman, Annika van Baar, Susanne Karstedt)

2019-2020:

  • Corporate involvement in international crimes
  • 1F exclusion/domestic prosecution Syrian asylum seekers
  • Digital investigations
  • ‘In limbo’
  • World War II perpetrators
  • Handbook on atrocity crimes

2018-2019:

  • Corporate involvement in international crimes
  • Domestic prosecution of foreign fighters
  • ‘In limbo’

2017-2018:

  • Corporate involvement in international crimes
  • Re-socializing former foreign fighters
  • Helping to protect: R2P and the ICC in Colombia
  • Child soldiers, international crimes and sentencing: in between victims and perpetrators
  • Legacies of violence: second-generation conflict-affected youth in Belgium and the Netherlands

2016-2017:

  • Wildlife Crime and International Crimes: Ivory Trade and Militias in Central Africa
  • Identifying jihadism in the Dutch asylum process
  • ‘In limbo’