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Meet researcher David Ehrhardt
Scientists of the faculty of Governance and Global Affairs research completely different subject, among which terrorism, cybercrime and migration. In the upcoming weeks we will give the floor to several of our very best researchers. In this episode: development researcher David Ehrhardt.
Opening lecture Master European Law by Europol’s Catherine De Bolle
On Tuesday 10 September 2019, the opening of the Master European Law took place in the Old Observatory. Ms Catherine De Bolle, Europol Executive Directeur, presented the opening lecture.
From decentral selection procedures to ICT projects
On 14 and 15 March, students can register as candidates for a place in the University Council (UR) or one of the faculty councils. But what do these participation bodies do? UR member Femke van der Meulen takes us through the agenda for the next meeting.
Graduation of the first class of BSc Security Studies
A fully corona proof graduation at Campus The Hague and the first class of graduates for the Bachelor Security Studies. It was a day to be remembered for 36 students and their families.
Broeders wants to establish a centre of excellence for Emerging Technology and Security
He announced this news in a tweet earlier this month: 'Delighted to announce that I've been appointed Full Professor of Global Security and Technology'. So let's get more closely acquainted with Dennis Broeders (46), who explains why the Institute of Security and Global Affairs (ISGA) is ideal for him,…
eLaw Open Minded #4: 'Artificial Intelligence and Criminal Law'
Lecture, Open Minded
- Mooc Security & Safety Challenges in a Globalized World
LCN2 Seminar: Detection of Dynamic Communities in Social Networks through the use of Multi-Objective Genetic Algorithms
Alumni Event Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs Opening Wijnhaven
Campus The Hague: more ‘Hague’ in its DNA
Campus The Hague has forged its own identity: alongside interdisciplinarity, interaction with the city is its defining feature. ‘The campus is now a young adult. It is well beyond puberty,’ says campus chair Erwin Muller. An ambitious new strategy reveals this.
Interview with Professor Dr. Carsten Stahn
Professor Dr. Carsten Stahn LLM., Professor of International Criminal Law and Global Justice at the University of Leiden, completed his habilitation in July 2020 at the Humboldt-University zu Berlin and acquired the Venia for Constitutional Law, International Law and International Criminal Law. The…