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Security

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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  • Alina Balta: Ruling ICC on destruction cultural heritage Mali by jihadists sends strong warning 18 Aug 2017Direct link Alina Balta (INTERVICT): Ruling ICC on destruction cultural heritage Mali by jihadists sends strong warning
    Jailing a Malian jihadist for destroying cultural heritage sends a strong warning that that such crimes will not go unpunished and reparations will aim to alleviate lasting imprints. That's the reatcion of INTERVICT's researcher Alina Balta to the verdict of the International Criminal Court.

  • Report on Big Data and Security Policies 14 Feb 2017News Report on Big Data and Security Policies
    Big Data analytics in national security, law enforcement and the fight against fraud can reap great benefits for states, citizens, and society but require extra safeguards to protect citizens’ fundamental rights. This requires a crucial shift from regulating Big Data collection to regulating the phases of analysis and use.

  • New publication: "Africa and the ICC; Perceptions of Justice" 14 Dec 2016News New publication: "Africa and the ICC; Perceptions of Justice"
    Eefje de Volder of Tilburg University is one of the editors of the recently published book Africa and the ICC; Perceptions of justice (Cambridge University Press). This book provides the reader with detailed insights into the interaction between the African Union and the International Criminal Court (ICC), but also looks further at the impact of the ICC at a societal level in African states and examines other justice mechanisms on a local and regional level in these countries.

  • Dictator’s ideology partly determines the extent to which they can be influenced 14 Dec 2016Press release Dictator’s ideology partly determines the extent to which they can be influenced
    The extent to which a dictator believes in the ideology he propagates is a crucial factor in the decision-making process of his regime. This ideological conviction also determines the extent to which they can be influenced.

  • Max van der Stoel Awards 2016 awarded to three theses on human rights 08 Dec 2016Press release Max van der Stoel Awards 2016 awarded to three theses on human rights
    On the occasion of World Human Rights Day on December 10th, the Max van der Stoel Human Rights Awards 2016 have been awarded at Tilburg University. Two PhD researchers and a master’s student received a prize for their theses: Lize Glas of Nijmegen University, Michelle Parlevliet of the University of Amsterdam and Thomislav Chokrevski of Tilburg University.




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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
Brouwer, A.L.M. de
Name dr.mr. A.L.M. de Brouwer
Tilburg Law School
INTERVICT
Position Researcher
Room
Phone +31 13 466
E-mail a.l.m.debrouwer@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
Ven, P. van de
Name P. (Pien) van de Ven MSc
Tilburg Law School
INTERVICT
Position PhD-student
Room M 634
Phone +31 13 466 2809
E-mail p.vdven@tilburguniversity.edu

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