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PhD Research at ACIL

Junior researchers 'The International Rule of Law'

  1. Teresa Vieira da Silva Cabrita
    The European Union as a Contributor to the Development of International Law in its Interactions with the United Nations International Law Commission
  2. Jackson Oldfield
    Smuggling in international law
  3. Lara Talsma
    The UN Women, Peace and Security Agenda in the EU’s external action: a critical legal analysis
  4. Roman Teshome
    The  Legal Protection  of  People  Affected  by  Development-induced Displacement:  Towards  a  Comprehensive  Human  Rights  Framework
  5. Wim Zimmermann
    Reputation and the Dynamics of Interpretation in International Law
  6. Debadatta Bose

    Making global value chains accountable for human rights abuses

Junior Researchers Rethinking SLIC project

Three of ACIL's PhD students are jointly working on Prof. Göran Sluiter's Rethinking SLIC project:

  1. Jindan-Karena Mann
    Secondary tort liability for international crimes and serious human rights violations
  2. Joëlle Trampert
    Secondary state liability for international crimes and serious human rights violations
  3. Marc Tiernan
    Secondary criminal liability for international crimes and serious human rights violations

Junior researchers (external)

  1. Heather Bray
    Historical analysis of private-public arbitration commissions as global regulatory governance mechanisms
  2. Yu Chen
    Responsibility of multilateral development banks (MDBs) in relation to environmental effects of their development financing
  3. Selman Aksunger
    The historical contextualization of the Lotus case and its contribution to the development and practice of international law
  4. Amr Arafa
    Reform of Egypt Foreign Direct Investment Programme
  5. Daley Birkett
    The relationship between the International Criminal Court and United Nations Security Council sanctions regimes with respect to asset freezing
  6. Nicolò Bussolati
    Delocalizing the revolution: cyber political 'hacktivism' and implications for criminal law
  7. Evelyn Campos Sanchez
    Remedies in cases of aggravated international responsibility
  8. Horia Ciurtin
  9. Kate Clark
    Responsibility for Reparations for conflict-related harm to civilians in international law
  10. Tom Diederen
    The right to protest at sea
  11. Vladislav Djanic
    Beyond Dispute Resolution: A History of Governance through Private-Public Arbitration
  12. Christian Drews
  13. Cleo Hoetmer
    Strafbaarstelling van grensoverschrijdende mensenhandel (uitbuiting)
  14. Mark Klein
    ClimaHarmonization ahead! The road to common evidentiary standards in European criminal procedure
  15. James Lin
  16. Miguel Lopez Martinez
    Prioritizing Reparations for Massive and Gross Violations under International Law. A case study on the Implementation of the Legal Framework for Reparations in Colombia
  17. Nicolai von Maltitz
    The Documentation of Historical Facts in the Judgments of the International Criminal Court
  18. Maiko Meguro
    Creation of Legal Bindingness in International Law: Whose Voice Matters?
  19. Ivan Mugga
    How can the national implementation of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change in Uganda be made consistent with the long-term objective in Article 2 and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development?
  20. Anne van Mulligen 
    The normativity of international law
  21. Shikegi Obi
    Legitimate  Expectations in Investment Law – When a host State’s modification of its legal framework constitutes a treaty violation: A comparative approach
  22. Sadie O'Mahoney
    To what extent is the right to food, or should the right to food be, a justiciable right in Malawi?
  23. Pinar Palabiyik
    Rethinking the Socio-Economic and Cultural Dimensions of Humanitarian Crises in International Criminal Law
  24. Evelien van Roemburg
    Sixty years of exclusion: a problematic marriage of international refugee law and criminal law
  25. Kenneth Sithebe
    The implications of fair trial standards on Article 46A of the Malabo Protocol for the prosecution and trial of international and transnational crimes in Africa
  26. Kalliopi Skourtou
    Transnational Corporations as Human Rights-Holders. A Critical Historical Analysis of International Law-Making
  27. Claire Smith (Kevin)
  28. Sean Stephenson
    Adherence, Divergence and Creation: The Application of Remedies in International Investment Law by International Tribunals
  29. Stanislas Talontsi
    Mechanisms to enforce the cooperation of States in the arrest and surrender to the ICC within the ICC, the ASP and the UN SC
  30. Vessela Terzieva
    Victims of International Crimes in Domestic Proceedings: a Study on the Rights to Justice, Reparation, and Truth
  31. Katrine Tvede
    On the grid: patterns of norm diffusion in international arbitration
  32. Vincent Vleugel
    The use of the margin of appreciation doctrine in the UN human rights treaty body system
  33. William Worster
    A New Legal Framework for Diplomatic Assurances
  34. Svetlana Yakovleva
    Cross-border data flows from international trade and EU data protection perspective
  35. Hasan Yucel
    Responsibility of Transnational Corporations for Environmental Crimes

External Junior Researchers 'The Role of Law in Armed Conflict and Peace Operations'

  1. Ardan Folwaij
    The legality of military human performance in the military domain
  2. Rogier Bartels
    The legal regime of transnational armed conflicts under international humanitarian law
  3. Raïssa van den Essen
    Targeting in Cyber Warfare: The Triangular Relation Between the Notions of ‘Attack’ (49 API), ‘Military Objectives’ (52 API) and ‘Collateral Damage’ (57 API) in Cyber Targeting Decisions
  4. Bas van Hoek
  5. Jonathan Kwik
    Legal obligations attached to the incorporation of artificial intelligence into weapon systems under international humanitarian law
  6. Peter Pijpers
    Influencing political systems in cyberspace: on the application of public international law during influence operations in a situation below the threshold of the use of force
  7. Mark Roorda
    Unmanned weapon systems in military operations. An interdisciplinary normative framework: combining military operational, legal and ethical aspects in bounding the use of unmanned weapon systems in the targeting process