First graduation ceremony Master of Laws: Advanced Studies in International Children’s Rights
After a year of hard work, the first class of students from the Master of Laws: Advanced Studies in International Children’s Rights received their well-deserved master diplomas on Monday 29 August.
They were presented with their master diploma by their thesis supervisor in the beautiful Lorentz Lecture Hall at the Kamerlingh Onnes Building. Following this festive event, the students were allowed to place their signatures on the wall of the Zweetkamertje in the Academy Building. All students were praised for their excellent performance, their inspiration and their passion for children’s rights. The afternoon was rounded off with a boat trip in the sunshine together with family and friends.
In the picture, from left to right: Daniella Zlotnik (Israel), Marine Mathieu (Belgium), Madalina Barbura (Romania), Simine Borner (France), Amal Nassar (Jordan), Juliette Duchesne (France) and Chiaki Takenouchi (Japan). Missing in the photo Kirsten Pearce (South Africa).