Simon Cornelissen isn't only attending the master's programme in Medicine. In addition to his busy curriculum, he is also an ensign with the Dutch Ministry of Defence and a working student at the Defensity College. Watch the video.
15 organisations involved in animal testing in the Netherlands have signed the Dutch Transparency Agreement on Animal Testing with a commitment to communicate in a more open way about how animals are used in research. This agreement was drafted by various Dutch researchers in collaboration with the European Animal Research Association and Stichting Informatie Dierproeven.
Brightlands Campus Greenport Venlo is welcoming a new company this fall: InnerBuddies. This first Maastricht University spin-off is setting up shop at the campus with 27-year-old Jella Theeuwen at the helm as CEO.
On 18 & 19 November, Loevestein castle, in collaboration with Maastricht University’s Centre for Human Right and the Lab Toekomstige Generaties (Lab Future Generations), will organise a conference on the human rights of future generations.
On Friday 15 October 2021 Prof Herke Kranenborg held his inaugural lecture on “The state of data protection in the European Union – 20 years after the Lindqvist case".
PhD thesis written by Nkansah Anakwah
The research shows witnesses with sub-Saharan African background are less elaborative in their eyewitness accounts than witnesses socialised in Western European cultures. Findings are discussed with respect to culturally determined reporting norms of the witness.
Caroline Cauffman appointed as an expert at the Belgian Special Advisory Commission on unfair contract terms21-09-2021
Caroline Cauffman is benoemd tot deskundige bij de Belgische Bijzondere raadgevende commissie onrechtmatige bedingen
International responsibility and attribution of conduct: an analysis of case law on human rights and humanitarian law10-09-2021
PhD thesis written by Remy Jorritsma
This thesis analyses the standard and function of attribution rules in the case law of human rights courts, quasi-judicial human rights bodies, and international criminal courts with jurisdiction over violations of humanitarian law.
An online M-EPLI roundtable on private international law issues will take place on 14 October 2021, relating to the recognition and enforcement of foreign punitive damages judgements in countries ouside of Europe (e.g., US).