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The Institute for the History of International Law @ Tilburg organizes a series of E-Lectures15th November 2019
In the academic year 2019-2020, the I-HILT institute will continue its series of e-lectures on a wide range of legal historical topics. Please feel welcome to attend any of them in real life. Alternatively, you can watch the recording afterwards on our website.
Can conflict-related sexual violence and human trafficking be prevented?12th November 2019
In 2003, as a young legal scholar, Dr. Anne-Marie de Brouwer, currently a Research Fellow at Tilburg University, visited Tanzania and Rwanda. There she studied the workings of the International Tribunal that held those responsible for the Tutsi genocide to account and she observed the local Gacaca tribunals.
Job opening: Lecturer / Coordinator LTMS 1,0 FTE12th November 2019
The Department of Law, Technology, Markets, and Society (LTMS), home of TiLT and TiLEC has a vacancy for a Lecturer / Coordinator. We are looking for someone who can make a vital contribution to the quality of teaching and learning, and support the teaching staff with several tasks closely related to TiLT’s educational activities.
Innovative Law research
13:30 - 14:30
PhD Defense M. Galic
Surveillance and privacy in smart cities and living labs: Conceptualising privacy for public space
16:00 - 17:30
PhD Defense Dr. H.J.M. van Berkel
Juridisch correct examineren. Een studie naar uitspraken van beroepscolleges in het hoger onderwijs
16:00 - 17:00
PhD Defense E.M.T. Lachaud
What could be the contribution of certification to data protection regulation?