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Security

Protecting citizens against crime, war, terrorism and disasters is a crucial government responsibility. Is the government going too far sometimes, or not far enough? What can we do ourselves? Tilburg University investigates the security of society at various levels, including that of cyberspace.



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  • Depending on PTSD-symptoms levels, traumas have a negative or positive impact on loneliness 24 Jan 2018Press release Depending on PTSD-symptoms levels, traumas have a negative or positive impact on loneliness
    PRESS RELEASE 24 January 2018 - Loneliness weakens the (mental) health. After traumatic events, some of the victims suffer from loneliness. Victims with very severe PTSD-symptom levels more often suffer from loneliness than victims with very low PTS-symptom levels. But, non-victims more often suffer from loneliness than victims with very low PTS-symptom levels.

  • Investigating urban refugees in Greece 15 Jan 2018Video Investigating urban refugees in Greece
    How can humanitarian aid to urban refugees be deployed more effectively and more sustainably? During the past decade, the number of people in the world who live in a crisis situation has almost doubled. Students and scientists of Tilburg University are working alongside aid organization Care to improve aid to urban refugees.

  • Claudia Carvalho: ISIS returnees will bring new risks in 2018 02 Jan 2018Direct link Claudia Carvalho: ISIS returnees will bring new risks in 2018
    Claudia Carvalho, a PhD researcher at Tilburg University who is an expert on terrorism in Spain, outlines the key threats posed by ISIS returnees in the Asia times.

  • INTERVICT Reparations Initiative website launched 15 Dec 2017News INTERVICT Reparations Initiative website launched
    We are happy to announce the launch of the INTERVICT Reparations Initiative (IRI) website.

  • Secret surveillance methods in the Digital Age: How to ensure human rights protection 12 Dec 2017Press release Secret surveillance methods in the Digital Age: How to ensure human rights protection
    PRESS RELEASE 12 December 2017 - Secret surveillance powers of authorities are reaching unprecedented levels in the Digital Age, raising challenges for the protection of human rights such as the right to privacy. In her inaugural address at Tilburg University on Friday, December 15th 2017. Prof. Eleni Kosta analyzes the right to privacy and its justified limitations as stipulated in the European Convention on Human Rights in relation to secret surveillance. What is the capacity of the existing framework to mitigate the challenges?




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Aa, S. van der
Name dr.mr. S. van der Aa
Tilburg Law School
INTERVICT
Position Associate Professor
Room M 216
Phone +31 13 466 3504
E-mail s.vdraa@tilburguniversity.edu
Pemberton, A.
Name prof. dr. A. Pemberton
Tilburg Law School
INTERVICT
Position Full Professor
Room M 633
Phone +31 13 466 3689
E-mail a.pemberton@tilburguniversity.edu
Verschuuren, J.M.
Name prof.mr. J.M. Verschuuren
Tilburg Law School
Department European and International Public Law
Position Full Professor
Room M 530
Phone +31 13 466 8255
E-mail j.m.verschuuren@tilburguniversity.edu
Rijken, C.R.J.J.
Name prof. C.R.J.J. (Conny) Rijken
Tilburg Law School
INTERVICT
Position Professor
Room M 637
Phone +31 13 466 3185
E-mail c.r.j.j.rijken@tilburguniversity.edu

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