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Bio

Caia is lecturer and researcher with the Section Constitutional and Administrative Law of the Department of Public Law and Governance on a part-time basis. She teaches different courses relating to fundamental rights, constitutional law and migration. Her research concerns the issue of statelessness. More specifically, she studies European legal instruments that could contribute to preventing and solving statelessness in light of the changing conceptions of nationality and citizenship, and the (international) right to a nationality. Caia is also employed as Research and Education Officer by the Institute on Statelessness and Inclusion.

Caia studied at Tilburg University, where she obtained the LLM International and European Public Law and the LLM Research Master in Law cum laude.

 

Teaching

Caia teaches various courses on fundamental rights, constitutional law and migration. 

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Courses

Collaboration

Caia is interested in legal questions relating to citizenship and statelessness and has previously worked with a number of other researchers, practitioners and NGOs on research on statelessness. 

Recent publications

  1. The state of statelessness research - 5 years later

    Recalde-Vela, M. J., Jaghai-Bajulaiye, S., & Vlieks, C. (2019). The state of statelessness research: 5 years later. Tilburg Law Review: Journal on international and comparative law, 24(2), 139-141.
  2. Remkes en de rechtsstaat #7 - Democratisch burgerschap en onderwijs

    Vlieks, C. (Author), & Zoontjens, P. (Author). (2019). Remkes en de rechtsstaat #7: Democratisch burgerschap en onderwijs. Web publication/site, https://www.nederlandrechtsstaat.nl: Nederlandrechtsstaat.nl. Retrieved from https://www.nederlandrechtsstaat.nl/forum/id282/13-02-2019/remkes-en-de-rechtsstaat-7-democratisch-burgerschap-en-onderwijs.html
  3. Tjebbes and others v Minister van Buitenlandse Zaken - A next step in…

    Vlieks, C. (2019). Tjebbes and others v Minister van Buitenlandse Zaken: A next step in European Union case law on nationality matters? Tilburg Law Review: Journal on international and comparative law, 24(2), 142-146.
  4. Learning from naturalisation debates - The right to an appropriate ci…

    Swider, K., & Vlieks, C. (2018). Learning from naturalisation debates: The right to an appropriate citizenship at birth. In R. Bauböck (Ed.), Debating transformations of national citizenship (pp. 149-152). (IMISCOE Research Series). SpringerOpen.
  5. Geen (recht op) nationaliteit - De relevantie van artikel 8 EVRM bij …

    Vlieks, C. (2018). Geen (recht op) nationaliteit: De relevantie van artikel 8 EVRM bij de beperking van staatloosheid in Europa. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Mensenrechten, 43(3), 375-391. [26].

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