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Gieneke Teeuwen

Researcher / Guest

G. Teeuwen LLM MSc
+31 71 527 2727

Gieneke works as quantitative researcher in the Access to Justice in Libya project. She has a broad interest in the field of socio-legal studies and enjoys studying how individuals and communities are impacted by or interact with abstract (international) laws, rights and policies in their daily lives. She was trained in both quantitative and qualitative methods and appreciates mixed-methods approaches to study complex social phenomena.

Gieneke completed her LLM in public international law (Leiden University). Her thesis, on the role of accountability for war crimes committed by child soldiers in their processes of reintegration, was awarded the Visions on Peace thesis prize. Additionally, she holds a research master degree in political science and public administration (Leiden University). Her MSc thesis studied the impact of the Olympic Games on the fulfilment of the right to housing in host areas. Prior to joining the Van Vollenhoven Institute, Gieneke has worked as a researcher at the Research and Data Centre (WODC, Ministry of Justice), who has kindly seconded her to the A2JiL project. Before that, she was a lecturer in the Public Administration Institute at Leiden University.

Researcher / Guest

  • Faculteit Rechtsgeleerdheid
  • Instituut voor Metajuridica
  • Van Vollenhoven Instituut

Work address

Kamerlingh Onnes Building
Steenschuur 25
2311 ES Leiden


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