Nina Eggens has been working as a PhD Candidate at the Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology since June 2022.
Nina Eggens has been working as a PhD Candidate at the Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology since June 2022. She completed her bachelor Criminology at Leiden University in 2020. She then started with the two-year International Master’s in Advanced Research in Criminology (IMARC) at Erasmus University Rotterdam. She completed a part of this research master’s degree at University of Kent (UK). Her research lasted a full year and focused on the changes in local legislation and policy regarding the Rotterdam sex industry, and the consequences for the labour conditions of unlicensed working female sex workers. For this study, she did a research internship at the Municipality of Rotterdam. During her master’s she was a student-lecturer at Science Education Hub at Erasmus University Rotterdam and co-editor of the criminological blog Deviance Incubator, for which she also wrote articles.
Nina Eggens’ doctoral research is a combination of Criminology and Child Law, and focuses on the judge as a problem solver in domestic violence cases involving underage victims. The PhD research is part of the Institutions for Conflict Resolution (COI) research project, a collaboration between Leiden University, Utrecht University and Radbound University Nijmegen.
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