NNHRR Blog HUMAN RIGHTS HERE launched!
On the occasion of this year’s Human Rights Day, the Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research (NNHRR) launched HUMAN RIGHTS HERE (HRH), its new blog on human rights research and practice!
HUMAN RIGHTS HERE aims to forge a closer connection between human rights research and rights in practice, by facilitating exchange between scholars and other stakeholders, such as practitioners, government and international organisation officials, civil society and non-governmental organisations, national human rights institutions, independent administrative authorities, students and the media.
Submissions are invited from scholars and practitioners both inside and outside of the Netherlands. Members of the NNHRR and early career scholars are especially welcomed to submit blog content.
We will accept contributions on human rights that involve the outcomes of recent research, but also those that analyse administrative, political and legislative developments, recent academic events and case-law. The blog post should demonstrate societal relevance. You may send you contribution and/or questions to HumanRightsHere@asser.nl
Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award 2019 presented to Julie Fraser (Utrecht University) and Peggy ter Vrugt (Maastricht University)
On the occasion of UN Human Rights Day, the Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award has been presented today at Tilburg University. Julie Fraser of Utrecht University received the award for best dissertation in the field of human rights research and Peggy ter Vrugt of Maastricht University won the prize for best Master thesis in that area. For more information, please click here.
PhD Training 2020 – 11 and 12 May
In 2020, the PhD Training will take place on 11 and 12 May. The annual PhD Training is aimed at 1st and 2nd year PhD Students. Utrecht University will host the training. More details on the programme will follow closer to the date.
PhD Follow-up Training 2020 - 15 May
In 2020, the PhD Follow-up Training will take place on 15 May. The annual PhD Follow-up Training is aimed at 3rd and 4th year PhD Students. Tilburg University will host the training. More details on the programme will follow closer to the date.