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News related to the Netherlands Institute of Human Rights (SIM).

Katharine Fortin
11 April 2018
An annual prize by the American Society of International Law’s Lieber Society for outstanding scholarship in the field of the law of armed conflict.
6 March 2018
The March issue (volume 36, issue 1) contains articles on human rights and disability and on whistleblowers as part of democracy.
Agnites Vrolikprijs
23 February 2018
Mr. Dr Daphina Misiedjan, legal researcher for sustainable water management, has won the Agnites Vrolik Award on Thursday 22 February.
15 February 2018
A selection of the most important news items from our researchers, plus an overview of upcoming events.
31 January 2018
Lorena Sosa’s project aims to address violence against individuals who challenge traditional gender norms and expectations.
Janneke Gerards en Antoine Buyse in de MOOC Mensenrechten
30 January 2018
In six weeks, you're introduced to the European Convention on Human Rights and how it is used to protect voting rights, demonstration rights and migrants.
Studenten in de zomer op de trappen voor de ingang van Janskerkhof 3
30 January 2018
SIM is organising a new edition of its summer school on human rights and gender on 2 -13 July 2018 in Utrecht.
Koningin Maxima en Javier Cuoso
30 January 2018
As of 1 January 2018, Javier Couso has been appointed part-time visiting professor at Utrecht University.
cover  Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights - Volume 35, Issue 1, March 2017
7 December 2017
The December 2017 issue of the Netherlands Quarterly of Human Rights is now online.
Illustration MOOC
7 December 2017
Utrecht University launches again the MOOC 'Human Rights for Open Societies - An Introduction into the European Convention on Human Rights'.