Titles appearing in the Maastricht Series in Human Rights have been peer reviewed under the responsibility of the Board of the Centre. The Series is published under the editorial supervision of the Director of the Centre, Professor Menno T. Kamminga.
The Maastricht Centre for Human Rights facilitates and supports research in the field of human rights at Maastricht University’s Faculty of Law. Research conducted at the Centre is interdisciplinary, with a focus on public international law, criminal law and social sciences.
Research conducted within the Centre takes a normative approach, reflecting an integrated view of economic, social and cultural rights on the one hand and civil and political rights on the other, with close attention being given to gender issues.
For more information as well as registration visit the conference website! Conference with key-notes by Edwin Cameron, Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa; Corrine Dettmeijer, Dutch National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children; James Dwyer, Professor of Law, W&M Law School; Willem de Haan, Professor emeritus of criminology, VU University Amsterdam; David Nelken, Professor of Comparative & Transnational Law in Context, King’s College London; Irene Bruna Seu, Reader in Psychosocial Studies and Psychotherapist, University of London.