Jutta Joachim, Associate Professor in Global Governance, offers a critical evaluation of feminist foreign policy in the Clingendael Spectator. She argues that “feminist foreign policy has moved gender equality not only further up on the agenda, but also resulted in more resources being devoted to the subject”.
On 6 July, Nikki-Rie van der Meer received the first Thomas Eimer Thesis Prize for her master's thesis "Explaining the international resistance movement of the Q'eros from Peru against encroaching tourism".
The University Study Prize 2022 goes to Cherelle de Leeuw for her master's thesis "The Hold Digital Platforms Have On Us. On freedom of expression & the libertarian case for state intervention", written in 2021 within the specialization Political Theory. The award ceremony will take place during the Opening of the Academic Year on Monday 5 September from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in De Vereeniging.
In this episode of the “Fragile Truths” podcast (hosted by the Knowledge Platform for Security & the Rule of Law), Nora Stel, Assistant Professor in Conflict Studies, discusses the roles of strategic uncertainty, political will, and local capacity in refugee governance with Rabih Shibli. You can find the podcast here.