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New Publication: 'Leave no man behind in Human Rights research'
Koen De Feyter, professor in the Law & Development research group, contributed to the Peace, Human Rights and Governance Journal.
The Law & Development Research Group announces 3 vacancies on predoctoral and postdoctoral level.
Lecture on the Care Economy
The 3rd Edition of Law and Development Lecture Series launched with Dr. Marina Durano's lecture on care economy at the nexus of trade and migration
New publication on the Human Right to Health and Global Politics
Rachel Mary Hammonds, member of the law and development research group The Human Right to Health and Global Health Politics
How does international parental abduction affect children?
New video of the network of Cross-border Family Mediators coordinated by Missing Children Europe
UAntwerpen organiseert nieuwe opleiding douane en accijnzen
Vanaf februari organiseert Antwerp Tax Academy een permanente vorming douane en accijnzen.
Yousra Benfquih writes about #metoo and racism
The article "Boef, Bart en Brusselmans, walgen we even hard?" in Knack was shared and read widely.
Law and Development Research Group lends its expertise on rights-based approaches to GIZ
In December 2017, Wouter Vandenhole joined the Rights-Based Program of GIZ in Rwanda to engage in a dialogue on human rights-based approaches to development (HRBA), lessons learned and ways forward.
Corporate and corporate-like actors ans children's rights: obligations and responsibility in theory and in practice
Dr Gamze Erdem of the Law & Development Research Group sucessfully defended her PhD on the 12th of December.
Expert seminar on International Financial Regulatory Standards and Human Rights
Prof Danny Bradlow, SARChI Professor of International Development Law and African Economic Relations at the University of Pretoria, gave a seminar on International Financial Regulatory Standards and Human Rights: Connecting the Dots.
Expert input for Council of Europe Migration Committee
Wouter Vandenhole has provided expert input to the Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.
The Rise and Fall of Referendums in Europe (and Beyond)
The Law and Politics of Secession and Self-determination: current events debate
Hollywood and Flanders
Yousra Benfquih, member of the Law and Development Research group of UAntwerp writes about racism and sexual intimidation. (In: Knack)
Book launch in Delhi
The new Localizing Human Rights book on the urban poor in Delhi was launched at the National Law University Delhi and handed over to Prime Minister Modi by rector Herman Van Goethem.
Economic-State Crime and Transformative Justice in Afghanistan
On Friday 20 October 2017 Huma Saeed succesfully defended her doctoral thesis.
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