For professionals who are interested in studying international crimes from an interdisciplinary perspective, CICJ offers the following options:
- Contract education (paid per course). Practitioners can expand their knowledge and expertise by following individual courses (subjects) offered within the ICC-master program. For example, practicing lawyers who wish to improve their understanding of methodological issues, may find following the course ‘Research Methodology’ by prof. Bijleveld useful; diplomats or journalists who want to increase their knowledge of the workings of The Hague’s legal institutions may benefit from taking the course ‘International Criminal Courts and Tribunals’ by prof. Van Sliedregt. For more information on the tuition fees and possibilities, please contact: Joris van Wijk.
- In-company courses. For (groups of) professionals interested in learning more about a specific topic, CICJ also offers the option of providing ‘in-company’ modules or workshops within your institution. For more information, please contact: Joris van Wijk.
- Workshops. For (groups of) professionals interested in learning more about a specific topic, CICJ also offers workshops at VU University. For more information, please contact: Joris van Wijk
17 and 18 April 2013 CICJ organized the two day workshop
“Understanding Criminal Justice; an introduction for diplomats”