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To restore or not to restore: proper argumentation needed
Dynamic processes such as vegetation succession and sea level rise complicate the quantification of ecosystem services delivered by tidal wetlands.
Talking peace in Burundi, once more at the cost of impunity?
Opinion by Stef Vandeginste (UAntwerp) on OUP Blog.
UAntwerp solves the Bird Droppings Mystery
The scream by Edvard Munch features a series of enigmatic white splatters on the surface. Finally the cold case has been solved now.
Exemption from administrative fee for long stay in Belgium
Staff and students with a non-EU nationality who receive a UAntwerp grant, no longer have to pay a fee to apply for a long stay in Belgium.
Sara Vicca nominated for New Scientist Science Talent
Sara Vicca (UAntwerp) investigates the carbon cycle in land ecosystems.
Kristof Titeca about the violent attacks in Eastern Congo
Interview with BBC.
Europe's largest psychiatric brain bank is coming to Antwerp
UAntwerp and Psychiatric Hospital Duffel to take charge of unique Corsellis Collection.
Echo templates aid mental mapping in bats
A study published in eLife provides new insights on how bats recognise their surroundings to help them build mental maps.
Nodding syndrome may be just the tip of the iceberg
Professor Bob Colebunders (UAntwerp) discovers solution for nodding syndrome
Margaux Kersschot successfully defended her PhD thesis
Margaux Kersschot successfully defended her PhD thesis about domestic public and private economic actors in EU Trade Negotiations. The ACIM team congratulates Margaux and wishes her all the best for her future career!
Research on state-based remedies for human rights violations of companies launched
Liliana Lizarazo Rodriguez and Wouter Vandenhole will study judicial and non-judicial remedies in Belgium for human rights violations of companies, and issue recommendations for improvement. The research project is funded by the Federal Institute for Sustainable Development of Belgium.
Wouter Vandenhole participates in expert workshop on human rights treaty body review in Dublin
Wouter Vandenhole engaged with colleagues and practitioners on the 2020 review of the human rights treaty body system.
Wouter Vandenhole teaches on human rights and children's rights at Freie Universität Berlin
He also discussed future research collaboration and engaged with members of the multidisciplinary and inter-university research group on rise and decline of the international rule of law.
Law and Development Group lends expertise on human rights-based approaches to Belgian development cooperation agencies
Koen De Feyter and Wouter Vandenhole shared their research findings on human rights at a working party with the Belgian Technical Cooperation and the Directorate-General for Development Cooperation.
Arne Vandenbogaerde presented on Annual Meeting Law & Society Association, New Orleans
He took part of a panel dealing with the advantages and disadvantages of creating special protection regimes for vulnerable groups.
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