Daniëlla Dam-de Jong
Daniëlla Dam-de Jong is Associate Professor and Director of the LL.M. Regular Program at the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies.
She has worked for the Grotius since 2007, first as a PhD candidate and later as Assistant Professor. She received a research prize by the Foundation Praemium Erasmianum and an honorary mentioning by the Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award for her dissertation International Law and Governance of Natural Resources in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations, which has been published (with additions) by Cambridge University Press (2015). Daniëlla is a member of the ILA Committee on Role of International Law in Sustainable Natural Resource Management for Development and of the IUCN WCEL Specialist Group on Peace, Security and Conflict. She has written and advised extensively on questions of natural resource governance. Her research interests relate to the international legal dimensions of environmental security, which involves international law in the field of peace & security, international humanitarian law, international human rights law, international environmental law, international economic law and international criminal law.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2020), Elected Members and Agenda-Setting — The Security Council as Peace Broker. In: Schrijver N.J., Blokker N.M. (Eds.) Elected Members of the Security Council: Lame Ducks or Key Players?. Nijhoff Law Specials no. 99 Leiden: Brill Nijhoff. 197-216.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2019), Ignorantia facti excusat? The Viability of Due Diligence as a Model to Establish International Criminal Accountability for Corporate Actors Purchasing Natural Resources from Conflict Zones. In: Enneking L., Giesen I., Schaap A.-J., Ryngaert C., Kristen F., Roorda L. (Eds.) Accountability, International Business Operations, and the Law: Providing Justice for Corporate Human Rights Violations in Global Value Chains. Globalization: Law and Policy London-New York: Routledge. 126-144.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2019), Building a sustainable peace: How peace processes shape and are shaped by the international legal framework for the governance of natural resources, Review of European, Comparative & International Environmental Law .
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2019), ‘A Rough Trade’? Towards a More Sustainable Minerals Supply Chain, Brill Open Law: An International Journal : 1-32.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (18 June 2019), Between paradox and panacea: legalizing exploitation of natural resources by armed groups in the fight against conflict resources. Armed Groups and International Law [blog entry].
- Dam-de Jong D.A. & Stewart J. (2019), Illicit Exploitation of Natural Resources. In: Jalloh C.C., Clarke K.M., Nmehielle V.O. (Eds.) The African Court of Justice and Human and Peoples' Rights in Context: Development and Challenges. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 590-618.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2017), Standard-setting practices for the management of natural resources in conflict-torn States: Constitutive Elements of Jus Post Bellum. In: Stahn C., Iverson J.M., Easterday J.S. (Eds.) Environmental Protection and Transitions from Conflict to Peace: Clarifying Norms, Principles, and Practices. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 169-191.
- Dam D.A. (2017), Internationale instellingen en de aanpak van conflictgrondstoffen. In: Coninck H. de, Hurenkamp M., Melsen L., Opschoor H. (Eds.) Rood-groene politiek voor de 21e eeuw: een pact tussen generaties. Amsterdam: Van Gennep. 167-184.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2017), From Engines for Conflict into Engines for Sustainable Development: The Potential of International Law to Address Predatory Exploitation of Natural Resources in Situations of Internal Armed Conflict. In: Hulme K. (Ed.) Law of the Environment and Armed Conflict. The international library of law and the environment no. 8 Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. chapter 38.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2017), UN natural resources sanctions regimes: incorporating market-based responses to address market-driven problems. In: Herik L.J. van den (Ed.) Research Handbook on UN Sanctions and International Law. Research handbooks in international law Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. 147-174.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2016), De volkenrechtelijke basis voor optreden tegen IS op Syrisch grondgebied: een juridisch mijnenveld, Ars Aequi 65(9): 601-605.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2015), International Law and Governance of Natural Resources in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law no. 121. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2015), Armed Opposition Groups and the Right to Exercise Control over Public Natural Resources: A Legal Analysis of the Cases of Libya and Syria, Netherlands International Law Review 62(1): 3-24.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2015), The role of informal normative processes in improving governance over natural resources in conflict-torn States, Hague Journal on the Rule of Law 7(2): 219-241.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2014), From Engines for Conflict into Engines for Sustainable Development: The Potential of International Law to Address Predatory Exploitation of Natural Resources in Situations of Internal Armed Conflict. In: Rayfuse R. (Ed.) War and the Environment: New Approaches to Protecting the Environment in Relation to Armed Conflict. The Raoul Wallenberg Institute Human Rights Library. no. 45 Leiden, Boston: Brill Nijhoff. 205-227.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (12 December 2013), International law and governance of natural resources in conflict and post-conflict situations (PhD thesis, Faculty of Law, Leiden University) Meijers-reeks no. 222. Leiden: Meijers. Supervisor(s): Schrijver N.J., Herik L.J. van den.
- Dam D.A. (2013), From Engines for Conflict into Engines for Sustainable Development: The Potential of International Law to Address Predatory Exploitation of Natural Resources in Situations of Internal Armed Conflict, Nordic Journal of International Law 82(1): 155-177.
- Herik L.J. van den & Dam-de Jong D.A. (2011), Revitalizing the Antique War Crime of Pillage: The Potential and Pitfalls of Using International Criminal Law to Address Illegal Resource Exploitation During Armed Conflict, Criminal Law Forum 22(3): 237-273.
- Dam-de Jong D.A. (2009), International Law and Resource Plunder: The Protection of Natural Resources during Armed Conflict. In: Fauchald O.K., Hunter D., Xi W. (Eds.) Yearbook of International Environmental Law. no. 19 Oxford: Oxford University Press. 27-57.
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