News related to the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM).
7 December 2017
Utrecht University launches again the MOOC 'Human Rights for Open Societies - An Introduction into the European Convention on Human Rights'.
30 October 2017
Daphina Misiedjan (PhD School of Law) has received a Black Achievement Award. She received the Encouragement Award for young talent
26 October 2017
Felisa Tibbitts delivered her inaugural lecture about the importance of human rights education, its nature and its objectives.
23 October 2017
On 16 October 2017 UN women’s rights expert Hilary Gbedemah visited Utrecht University.
5 October 2017
SIM is co-organising a workshop at the European Court of Human Rights in 2018. Please find the call for papers here.
18 July 2017
How governments restrict the work of Human Rights Organizations such as Amnesty International.
3 July 2017
The June 2017 edition of the Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights is now online.
29 June 2017
Utrecht researcher Qinxuan Peng delineates human rights of female Chinese migrant workers.
12 April 2017
The new edition of the Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights is now online with the new publisher SAGE.
20 February 2017
Vici-grant for research Barbara Oomen on the relationship between cities, international law and the refuguee crisis
Barabra Oomen is awarded a Vici-grant from NWO for research on the relationship between local authorities and international human rights.