Marieke Hopman (M.J.)

Children's rights researcher Marieke Hopman (1988) combines philosophy, sociology, anthropology and law in an attempt to better understand children's rights violations. In her research, she gives special attention to children who are least heard in society, and tries to involve them actively in her different research projects.

Marieke graduated as a PhD in May 2019 with her doctoral thesis "Looking at Law Through Children's Eyes". 

In April 2019 she started as project leader for the NWO-WOTRO funded 4-year project "Invisible Children: a rights-based approach to development for children living in unrecognized states". 

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In addition, she is a course developer and teacher for the BA global studies (semester 5: peace and justice).

For my publications,  see: