Visiting Researchers INTERVICT
INTERVICT encourages qualified applicants with interests in the broad field of victimology to come to Tilburg as Visiting Research Fellow or Scholar. These visitors, working as they do within the Institute's premises, receive constant stimulus from the Institute's own staff. They have come from many different countries. To date the Institute had had visitors from Belgium, Canada, Eritrea, India, Indonesia, Italy, Serbia, Slovakia and Spain.
Candidates for a Visiting Fellowship / Scholarship
The Program for Visiting Fellows and Scholars is open to PhD candidates,
(postdoc) researchers and academic staff from both within and outside
European Union countries.
The Institute also provides a full master 'Victimology and Criminal
Justice'. All enquiries about this Master, University degrees and
admission should be made to the University itself. The Visiting Fellows'
or Scholars' stay at INTERVICT should contribute to the overall
research program of INTERVICT. More information on our research website.
Overview Visiting Researchers
- Livia Di Pietro
External PhD student, University of Navarre, Spain
- Jean Bosco Mutangana
External PhD student, National Prosecutor and Head/International Crimes Unit, Rwanda
- Gema Verona
Senior researcher from Basque Institute of Criminology
Associate Professor and Director of Academic Programs: Faculty of Law, University of Technology, Sydney
Nayeli Urquiza Haas
Nayeli Urquiza has been awarded the second Witteveen Memorial Fellowship on Law and Humanities and will be hosted by the International Victimology Institute (INTERVICT) at Tilburg Law School from March to June 2016. Urquiza holds a Master in International Relations from Webster University (Austria) and recently defended her PhD thesis on female drug mules and their experiences in the UK justice system at Kent Law School. Her interests are in law and gender, critical legal theory, phenomenology, political philosophy, and socio-legal approaches to criminal justice and human rights.
- Vusumuzi Kweyama
External PhD student
University of KwaZulu, Natal in South Africa
- Athar Waheed
External PhD student Pakistan
External PhD student, Researcher at the Transnational Threats and International Crimes, Institute for Security Studies, Johannesburg, South Africa
External PhD student, Southwest University of Political Science & Law, China
- Sepideh Tabatabaei
External PhD student, Legal consultant at the International Criminal Court, The Hague, The Netherlands
- Jin Cao
External PhD student
Southwest University of Political Science & Law China
- Luisa Leuenberger
Institut fur Strafrecht und Kriminalogie, Bern in Switserland
- Diana Contreras-Garduño
PhD researcher on victims’ right to reparation at Utrecht University, the Netherlands
Police officer in Pakistan and external PhD researcher on victims of terrorism at INTERVICT, supervised by prof. Marc Groenhuijsen and dr. Leontien van der Knaap