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Results: 1 - 20 of 478
  • 24 Jul 2020
    International Judicial Legitimacy

    The texts in the book ‘International Judicial Legitimacy. New Voices and Approaches’ on the legitimacy of international courts were framed as a direct reaction to arguments put forward in the book “In Whose Name?” by ...

  • 21 Jul 2020
    The impact of legal proceedings initiated by victims of war crimes

    Frederiek de Vlaming has received NIAS funding for her research project ‘The Impact of Litigating Breaches of International (Humanitarian) Law on Truth and Rehabilitation of Victims – A Case Study.’ Her project is ...

  • 21 Jul 2020
    Per August 2020, Kinanya Pijl joins the ACT as an Assistant Professor in Private Law

    Kinanya Pijl is a Dutch legal scholar working on the role of law in sustainable finance. For her doctoral research project, Kinanya has conducted extensive empirical research in the banking sectors in the ...

  • 17 Jul 2020
    Vacancy Management & Communications assistant

    ACELG and ACIL are looking for a versatile and enthusiastic individual who combines a knack for internal and external communication with a structured working style and eye for detail. You are self-guided and show ...

  • 17 Jul 2020
    Fight against torture and other forms of violence

    Valentina Carraro (VU Amsterdam) joined ACELG and ACIL as a visiting researcher in April 2020. Her research is highly interdisciplinary, combining international law and international relations. Her research interests ...

  • 14 Jul 2020
    Market governance with significant health consequences

    Amanda Mauri (University of Michigan) will be joining ACELG during the 2020-21 academic year as a visiting researcher. Her research explores market governance with significant health consequences. Specifically, she ...

  • 14 Jul 2020
    European Law in the Arctic

    In September 2020, Tiziana Melchiorre will join the Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG) as a Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow. She will develop a research project titled ‘The European Union in the Arctic.’ ...

  • 14 Jul 2020
    Interinstitutional power dynamics in EU trade policy

    Piotr Krajewski will start his PhD at the University of Amsterdam in September 2020 as one of the researchers within the project “Separation of Powers for 21st Century Europe” (SepaRope). SepaRope aims to examine the ...

  • 14 Jul 2020
    The interplay between economic globalization, law, and gender inequalities

    Starting in August 2020, Ivana Isailović will be joining ACELG as assistant professor of EU law. She will coordinate the 'Principles and Foundations of EU Law' course for master students, and will be teaching in ...

  • 14 Jul 2020
    Technology enabled governance

    Andrea Leiter is joining the Amsterdam Center for International Law in August 2020 as Assistant Professor. Her research focuses on technology enabled governance and is embedded in the Sustainable Global Economic Law ...

  • 14 Jul 2020
    Depleted Fortunes – Law in a World of Exhaustible Environmental Resources

    Lys Kulamadayil joined the ACIL in May 2020 as a post-doctoral research fellow to conduct research on her project 'Depleted Fortunes,' which is funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF). During her time ...

  • 23 Jun 2020
    ACTL PhD ceremony: The Design of a Corporate Income Tax System and How to Protect It for the East African Federation

    The Design of a Corporate Income Tax System and How to Protect It for the East African Federation. Promotor: Prof. dr. J.L. van de Streek. Copromotor: Prof. dr. D.M. Weber.

  • 23 Jun 2020
    Online PhD defence is a formal ceremony

    The usually prescribed dress suit could stay in the closet; a suit with tie was sufficient for the digital ceremony. What's it like to defend your thesis online? We speak with Tjebbe Gerverdinck, the first online PhD ...

  • 16 Jun 2020
    Locally embedded, internationally energised

    In conversation Bronwen Morgan (UNSW Sydney) tells us about her passion for socio-legal research and developing new legal forms for economic transactions, human needs vs human rights, the importance of experiments of ...

  • 11 Jun 2020
    Harmful tax competition in the European Union

    Martijn Nouwen is investigating the 'Code of Conduct for Business Taxation' and the activities of its governing body: the European Code of Conduct Group. He examines how effective the group has been in combating tax ...

  • 9 Jun 2020
    Property law and taxes

    Tjebbe Gerverdinck is investigating a specific fundamental right that may (negatively) limit the powers of the State in the field of taxation: the right to undisturbed enjoyment of property. The European Court of ...

  • 28 May 2020
    (closed) PhD & Postdoc vanacies Separation of Powers for 21st Century Europe project

    Both vacancies are closed /\/\/\/\ ACELG is looking for a Postdoc and a PhD researcher to join the new 'Separation of Powers for 21st Century Europe' project, which it is currently starting up together with its ...

  • 26 May 2020
    Accountability of Single Supervisory Mechanism and Single Resolution Board in the European Banking Union

    In an in-depth analysis requested by the European Parliament Think Tank, Jonathan Zeitlin and Filipe Brito Bastos have given a range of recommendations on establishing effective accountability of the Single ...

  • 25 May 2020
    The Role and Rule of Law in Pandemics

    (Last update: 20 July 2020) /\/\/\/\ Perhaps not always visible to or tangible for the general public, national, European and international law plays an important role in dealing with public health crises such as ...

  • 19 May 2020
    Expert Recommendations on Improving the Operations of the ICC Office of the Prosecutor

    Organised by the Open Society Justice Initiative and ACIL, a workshop with 35 (inter)national criminal justice practitioners and experts in investigating and prosecuting international crimes and monitoring the ...