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" in the edited collection "Propaganda als neue außen- und sicherheitspolitische Herausforderung" published by the Berliner Wissenschaftsverlag.
The volume is part of the series "Schriften des Hellmuth-Loening-Zentrums für Staatswissenschaften Jena", edited by Professor Torsten Oppelland of the Hellmuth-Loening-Zentrum of the Friedrich Schiller Universität Jena.
Under its human security pillar, the Carr Center conducts research on modern slavery, which focuses on the causes permitting human trafficking to flourish in order to develop data-driven policy strategies to address this issue.
We have just published a new Bofax by the IFHV's Maximilian Bertamini on the recent joint-statement by Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un.
The intensive workshop focused on narrative inquiry and biographical methods in social sciences research.
Today, the IFHV's Benedikt Behlert spoke at an event of Flüchtlingsrat Niedersachsen on the issue of providing German residence permits to the families of refugees.
At the ICC, they met with Judge Raul Cano Pangalangan for a Q&A session.
The field trip is part of the second semester course module "Legal Institutions". Pierre Thielbörger just published the article "Propaganda-blindes Völkerrecht?
Please follow the links to access the pieces (in German), which form part of the joint research project "Flucht: Forschung und Transfer", as well as a press release and a brief summary of the research.The IFHV's, Mais Masadeh participated in the 8th Annual International Conference on Human Trafficking and Migrant Smuggling, held between 16 and 17 April in Brussels.The discussions focused on European strategies to combat human trafficking, developing mechanisms to improve cooperation and information sharing, strengthening multi-agency responses and safeguarding victims.Professor Thielbörger’s presentation addressed the question “Is the Concept of “Essence” of Fundamental Rights mirrored in International Human Rights Law? The conference brought together international academics from various states and high-level representatives of the European institutions, including the European Parliament, as well as advocate generals and judges from the Court of Justice of the European Union and the General Court of the European Union. We have just published a new Bofax by Sebastian Wuschka on the recent arbitral award in the arbitration between Everest Estate et al. The IFHV's Professor Hans-Joachim Heintze is a contributing author to the following edited volume that has just been published: The Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities. Points of discussion included obtaining credit points for volunteer work, potential BA or MA thesis topics, the possibility of internships and prospective benefits from specific training courses provided by the organisations.
The IFHV's Christian Gudehus has just published a book chapter on "Violence as Action", in: Timothy Williams, Susanne Buckley-Zistel (eds.) Perpetrators and Perpetration of Mass Violence. The IFHV's current NOHA students spent the day in the Hague, visiting the Special Tribunal for Lebanon and the International Criminal Court - ICC.
The panelists engaged the question how over the time the law and constitutional case law in Germany and in the US has developed and which comparisons can be drawn between the two legal orders in this regard. Judit Beke-Martos of the Center for International Affairs of RUB's law faculty and attended by about 40 to 50 participants. Dennis Dijkzeul delivered a Certified Course on Program / Project Cycle Management and Evaluation at the APPRO - Afghanistan Public Policy Research Organization in Kabul, Afganistan.30 Afghan professionals from civil society organizations, UN organizations, the media and public institutions attended the course, which is part of an ongoing cooperation between APPRO and the IFHV.