International Criminal Justice and the Enforcement Deficit

25 October 2017
Trippenhuis Building, Kloveniersburgwal 29, 1011 JV Amsterdam
+31 20 551 0747
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The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences invites PhD students to participate in the masterclass and Academy Colloquium on International Criminal Justice and the Enforcement Deficit on Wednesday 25 October 2017 (masterclass) and 26-27 October 2017 Academy Colloquium). 

Prof. Kai Ambos (University of Göttingen) will present a masterclass on the Methodology of International Criminal Law, and Prof. Göran Sluiter (University of Amsterdam) will lead a masterclass on the Foundations of International Criminal Procedure.

Who can apply?

Up to 15 PhD students can participate in the masterclass and the colloquium. To be admitted, students must currently be enrolled in a doctoral programme. Students must submit a research project and a curriculum vitae as part of the application. A key focus of the masterclass is to help students improve their research projects. Students will briefly present their project and receive feedback from a distinguished audience.


The colloquium is organised by Prof. André Klip (Maastricht University) and Prof. Steven Freeland (Western Sydney University) and is also supported by the iCourts Centre of Excellence for International Courts at University of Copenhagen.