News and Events

Upcoming Events 2020

  • SAVE-THE-DATE 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 sooner to the date. 

Upcoming Events 2019 

  • Max van der Stoel Award Ceremony - Friday 13 December 10:30-12:30
    Black Box at Tilburg University

    Keynote speech by Judge Christine van den Wyngaert
    "Current challenges for international criminal justice, Is there light at the end of the tunnel?" 

    This prize is awarded jointly by Tilburg Law School and the Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research (NNHRR) for the best PhD thesis and article/master thesis in the field of human rights.

    The number of places is limited. Please register by sending an email to Mirjam Kouwenberg
    For more information about the programme, please click here 

Past Events 2019

  • Lecture Tineke Strik - 18 October
    On 18 October 2019 Tineke Strik, Associate Professor in Migration Law at Radboud University Nijmegen and Member of the European Parliament (GreenLeft) gave a lecture, “The external dimension of EU asylum and migration policy: bridging science, politics and practice.”. The lecture took place at the T.M.C. Asser Institute at 16.00 on Friday, 18 October in The Hague and was followed by a reception. Both the lecture and the reception are open to academics, researchers, and policy makers.
    It was preceded by a PhD Meet & Greet at 15.00 with Tineke Strik, where the junior members of the NNHRR had the unique opportunity to ask direct questions and discuss with her about her experience in a more informal setting.
  • NLNBHR Workshop “The Gender Dimension of Business and Human Rights” - 9 October 
    The Netherlands Network for Human Rights Research’s working group on business and human rights (@NLNBHR) recently held a workshop on the Gender Dimension of Business and Human Rights, under the auspices of the Asser Institute in The Hague. While it has long been recognised that corporate-related human rights harms affect men and women differently, there has been little attention paid to the gender dimensions within business and human rights scholarship and practice. This workshop sought to bring scholars together to provide an overview of the ‘state of the art’ within business and human rights in relation to gender issues and to facilitate a constructive dialogue around potential spaces for collaboration and paths forward. For more information, click here
  • Toogdag 2019 - 20 and 21 June
    The Toogdag 2019 took place on 20 and 21 June 2019 and was hosted by the Maastricht University. For more information about the programme, please click through to the Toogdag 2019 page.

  • PhD Training 2019 - 13 and 14 May
    In 2019, the PhD Training took place on 13 and 14 May. The PhD Training was aimed at 1st and 2nd year PhD Students. The Erasmus University Rotterdam has hosted the training.

  • FIFA and Human Rights Conference - 8 May
    NNHRR members Antoine Duval (Senior researcher at the Asser Institue and member of the Business and Human Rights Working Group) and Daniela Heerdt (chair of the Business and Human Rights Working Group) have organised a conference on FIFA and human rights, discussing the impacts, policies, and responsibilities FIFA has with regard to human rights. The Conference took place on May 8th at the Asser Institute in The Hague. 

  • Follow-Up PhD Training - 29 March
    NNHRR Follow-Up PhD Training, aimed at 2nd and 3rd year PhD students who are a member of the NNHRR. The PhD Training took place at the University of Groningen on 29 March 2019.