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. Attributions of blame among victims of child sexual abuse - Findings from a community sample (2019)

    Okur, P., Pereda, N., Van Der Knaap, L. M., & Bogaerts, S. (2019). Attributions of blame among victims of child sexual abuse: Findings from a community sample. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse, 28(3), 301-317.
  3. 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.
  4. 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
  5. 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).
  6. 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/
  7. 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.
  8. 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).
  9. 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 .
  10. 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).