Ten master students start working on CICJ Research Lab projects

Ten students from the master programme on International Crimes, Conflict and Criminology will participate in CICJ Research Lab to assist in academic research that is carried out at CICJ. They are Suzanne Groen, Janek Gulbis, Helena Kreiensiek, Hajer M’tiri, Matthias Mohrs, Hossein Mojtahedi, Caroline Opperman, Malte Stedtnitz, Maaike van de Vorst and Luna Yperman. These students will assist in three…

A month in Amsterdam as an academic

By Jenny Domino – I am very happy for being this year’s CICJ Global Diversity Fellow. This experience was special to me in many respects. The first is the most straightforward. I began my fellowship in the middle of revising an academic paper that I have been intending to submit for publication. The paper was…

No plans for the summer? How about our summer school?

The sixth edition of the CICJ summer school on International Criminal Justice will take place from 8 to 19 July 2019. The Summer School on International Criminal Justice aims to create a better understanding of the complex nature of international crimes, its perpetrators and the reaction by the international community. By taking an interdisciplinary approach, you examine the juridical and empirical…

Management and screening in Syrian asylum cases during high influx

CICJ researchers Maarten Bolhuis and Joris van Wijk recently published a report entitled ‘Case management, identity controls and screening on national security and 1F exclusion; a comparative study on Syrian asylum seekers in five European countries’ (find the report here). The study was commissioned by the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration (UDI). The armed conflict in Syria…

Public lecture on the cosmological order of the LRA 15 May

CICJ and NSCR welcome dr. Kristof Titeca from the University of Antwerp for a public lecture entitled ‘The cosmological order of the Lord’s Resistance Army. Relevance for the Ongwen trial at the International Criminal Court’. The Dominic Ongwen case at the International Criminal Court is much discussed for the victim/ perpetrator discussion: abducted as a child,…