News related to the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM).
17 July 2019
Dr. Katharine Fortin (SIM) has received a VENI grant from NWO for her research project entitled 'Dangerous Liaisons'.
15 July 2019
The Utrecht University Centre for Global Challenges held an expert meeting about current pressures and challenges to the right to protest in the Netherlands.
24 June 2019
On 18 June The Guardian published an article by Antoine Buyse on the protests in Sudan and Hong Kong.
20 June 2019
News from researchers connected to the SIM and announcements of new SIM events, the summer 2019 edition of the SIM newsletter.
28 May 2019
At Utrecht University she will deliver the lecture, entitled: From Hostility to Reconnection: How to Make Human Rights Relevant for All.
15 May 2019
Funded by a VENI grant, she will continue her research on the formal and practical potential of the gender-based violence norms.
28 February 2019
The NQHR, a double blind, peer-reviewed journal on human rights, invites article submissions for its publications in 2019 and 2020.
18 February 2019
SIM Newsletter winter 2019: Intersections of Law and Culture at the ICC, Civic Space seminar and European Equality Law Network
News from researchers connected to the SIM and announcements of new SIM events, Winter 2019 edition of the SIM newsletter.
12 February 2019
Dr. Tibbitts’ teaching strengthens university practices in non-discrimination, historical accountability, inclusion and diversity, including a gender dimension.
5 February 2019
Human Rights Research Prize for Utrecht PhD Dissertation on Solidarity and Healthcare Commercialization
Jury praises Dr. Eduardo Arenas Catalán's work as "important" and with an "innovative approach".