December 2011
January 2012
February 2012
02.12.2011 10:00 - 16:00 Seminar "Rights Realized, Rights Resisted"
02.12.2011 16:15 - 17:00 Inaugural address Professor Barbara Oomen "Small places: the home-coming of human rights"
06.12.2011, 16:00 Koningsberger Lecture by Professor Schuyt
07.12.2011, 14:30 Symposium "50 Years Amnesty International"
09.12.2011, 15:00 Presentation Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award
10.12.2011 10:00 - 13:00 1st Raymond and Beverly Sackler Distinguished Lecture on Human Rights by Jean Paul Costa
16.12.2011, 14:00 PhD defence Vera Vriezen "Amnesty justified? The need for a case by case approach in the interests of human rights"
16.12.2011, 14:30 PhD defence Marloes van Noorloos "Hate speech revisited. A comparative and historical perspective on hate speech law in the Netherlands and England & Wales"
20.12.2011, 14:00 PhD defence Karin Veegens "A disrupted balance? Prevention of terrorism and compliance with fundamental legal rights and principles of law - the Dutch anti-terrorism legislation"
20.12.2011, 16:00 PhD defence Antenor Hallo de Wolf "Reconciling Privatization with Human Rights"
22.12.2011 10:00 - 12:30 Presentation Professor Lingyun Yu
22.12.2011, 14:30 PhD defence Yanqing Hong "Political Economy of the Right to Education in Rural China: Unpacking the Black Box of State"
08.01.2012, 13:00 Symposium "Exploring No Man's Land in International (Criminal) Law"
10.01.2012 17:15 - 19:45 Lecture "Fighting and Procecuting Pirates"
24.01.2012 Debate "Strengthening the Strasbourg Court by Restoring Checks and Balances?"
26.01.2012, 09:30 lustrumcongres "Het kind in immigratierecht" (Children under immigration law)
27.01.2012, 09:30 Seminar "Imagery of transitional justice"
07.02.2012 - 09.02.2012 Seminar “Legal Pluralism: The case of South-Africa and lessons for other countries” by Prof. Christa Rautenbach
10.02.2012 10:00 - 12:00 Joint Session Working Groups "Human Rights, Universalism and Relativism" and the "Africa Working Group"
10.02.2012, 16:15 Inaugural address Rianne Letschert: "Between Rights and Realism: Sustainable reparation after mass victimisation"
24.02.2012, 16:15 PhD defence Marianne Hirsch Ballin “Anticipative Criminal Investigation’, ‘Theory and Counterterrorism Practice in the Netherlands and the United States”