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Report on identification of jihadism in the immigration process

On 14 November, the Dutch Minister of Security and Justice sent a report on the identification of jihadism in the immigration process to parliament. The research was carried out by Joris van Wijk and Maarten Bolhuis of CICJ. The research answers the question what the current set up regarding identification and exchange of information regarding jihadism…

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AmP session with Melinda Taylor on 10 November

On 10 November 2016, CICJ will welcome Melinda Taylor for another Academic meets Practitioner (“AmP”) session. During these sessions, CICJ researchers and other invited academics meet with international criminal justice practitioners. Together they discuss their views on various challenges encountered in the practice of prosecutions of international crimes. The series aims to promote a constructive dialogue and future…

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RLI and CICJ present report ‘Undesirable and Unreturnable?’

CICJ researchers Joris van Wijk and Maarten Bolhuis, together with colleagues David Cantor and Sarah Singer from the Refugee Law Initiative, recently presented the report that resulted from two network meetings in the context of the ‘Undesirable and Unreturnable?’ project in Brussels and Geneva. The project ‘Undesirable and Unreturnable?’ brings together a network of academics, policy-makers and…

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CICJ researchers appointed national rapporteurs AIDP conference

CICJ researchers prof. Wim Huisman and dr. Marjolein Cupido have been appointed as national rapporteurs for the upcoming conference of the Association International de Droit Penal (AIDP). Together with dr. Mark Hornman (assistant professor at VU University Amsterdam), they will conduct research into individual liability for business involvement in international crimes. The research results will…

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