6 search results for “accountability”
Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
Inquiry and International Law
How do commissions of inquiry operating in conflict situations utilize international law, and how can inquiry findings be utilized by other bodies belonging to the international legal community?
Hirschmann, Guarding the Guards
It is difficult to hold international organisations (IOs) accountable for human rights violations. Gisela Hirschmann (Institute of Political Science, Leiden University) introduces the concept of pluralist accountability, whereby third parties set the standards for IOs’ actions in relation to human rights,
Universal Jurisdiction: Bridging the Accountability Gap and Providing Justice to Victims
Successful 57th Leiden London meeting on legal issues of agencies in the EU legal order
On Saturday 30 June 2018, the Europa Institute hosted the 57th Leiden-London Meeting, with the overall title: “Agencies, Accountability and Association: Legal issues of agencies in the EU legal order and in relations with neighbouring States”.
Research grant for Sarah de Rijcke
Sarah de Rijcke (CWTS) receives a ZonMw Fostering Responsible Research Practices grant for the project 'Optimizing the responsible researcher: towards fair and constructive academic advancement'.