News related to the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM).
8 November 2018
François Prize 2018 for the best master thesis in the field of public international law goes to Julie Albers
She got the prize for her thesis on “Human Rights and Climate Change.
23 October 2018
Enroll in the sixth edition. This free online course is for everyone who is interested in the protection of human rights and the idea of open societies.
15 October 2018
The Association of Human Rights Institutes, of which SIM is a founding member, adopted the Edinburgh Declaration at its annual conference last month.
11 October 2018
SIM Newsletter Fall edition 2018 with the SIM Peter Baehr Lecture, the Human Rights Conference in Edinburgh and a workshop at the ECtHR
News from researchers connected to the SIM and announcements of new SIM events, Fall 2018 edition of the SIM newsletter.
2 October 2018
Workshop ‘Responding to Legitimacy Challenges: Opportunities and Choices for the European Court of Human Rights – Researchers meet the Court’
Janneke Gerards and Antoine Buyse have co organised a workshop at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
30 August 2018
As an assistant editor you will be helping the managing editor of the Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights (NQHR).
28 August 2018
How neutral is a decision that is informed by an algorithm? Janneke Gerards and Max Vetzo explain the bottlenecks.
22 August 2018
This lecture will explore the implications for accountability and protection of the emerging international counter-terrorism legal regime.
25 July 2018
Dry weather is forcing us to be sparing with water, and opens up questions like "who has the right to water?" Daphina Misiedjan examines these issues.
18 July 2018
Abstracts from both practitioners and academics working in the field of international criminal law and other relevant disciplines are welcome.