Intervict

Publications INTERVICT

INTERVICT researchers publish research findings and contributions to reports, books, journals etc. This page contains the most recent publications.

  1. Beyond victims’ mere presence - An empirical analysis of victim participation in transitional justice in Colombia (2019)

    de Waardt, M., & Weber, S. (2019). Beyond victims’ mere presence: An empirical analysis of victim participation in transitional justice in Colombia. Journal of Human Rights Practice, 2019, 1-20.
  2. Wages and employment security following a major disaster - A 17-year population-based longitudinal comparative study (2019)

    van der Velden, P., Muffels, R., Peijen, R., & Bosmans, M. (2019). Wages and employment security following a major disaster: A 17-year population-based longitudinal comparative study. PLoS ONE, 14(3), 1-22.
  3. Using art to raise awareness on forced marriage and related sexual and gender-based violence in Cambodia - (2019)

    Balta, A. (Author). (2019). Using art to raise awareness on forced marriage and related sexual and gender-based violence in Cambodia. Web publication/site, http://artij.org: Art and International Justice Initiative. Retrieved from http://artij.org/en/blog.html
  4. Emotive justice - Laypersons' and legal professionals' evaluations of emotional victims within the just world paradigm (2019)

    Bosma, A. (2019). Emotive justice: Laypersons' and legal professionals' evaluations of emotional victims within the just world paradigm. Tilburg: Wolf Legal Publishers (WLP).
  5. The global compact on refugees and international law - A missed opportunity? (2019)

    Pijnenburg, A. (Author). (2019). The global compact on refugees and international law: A missed opportunity?. Web publication/site, https://rli.blogs.sas.ac.uk/: University of London. Retrieved from https://rli.blogs.sas.ac.uk/2019/02/05/the-gcr-and-international-law-a-missed-opportunity/
  6. Galona’s review of victim labelling theory - A rejoinder (2019)

    van Dijk, J. (2019). Galona’s review of victim labelling theory: A rejoinder. International Review of Victimology, 25 (1), 125-131.
  7. Victims and retributive responses at the European Court of Human Rights - Scrutinizing the coercive dimension of reparations (2019)

    Balta, A. (2019). Victims and retributive responses at the European Court of Human Rights: Scrutinizing the coercive dimension of reparations. (pp. 1-23). (iCourts Working Paper Series; No. 155).
  8. A network theory approach to global legislative action - (2019)

    Banteka, N. (Accepted/In press). A network theory approach to global legislative action. Seton Hall Law Review .
  9. No longer immune - How network theory decodes normative shifts in personal immunity for heads of state (2019)

    Banteka, N. (Accepted/In press). No longer immune: How network theory decodes normative shifts in personal immunity for heads of state. Virginia Journal of International Law, 59(1).
  10. The rise of the extreme right and the crime of terrorism - Ideology, mobilization and the case of golden dawn (2019)

    Banteka, N. (2019). The rise of the extreme right and the crime of terrorism: Ideology, mobilization and the case of golden dawn. Duke Journal of Comparative and International Law, 29(2), 127-163.