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Combatting and preventing (inter)national crimes
Jurist and sociologist Dr Jill Coster van Voorhout is an expert in the field of criminal law and criminal procedure, as well as in the fight against and prevention of (inter)national and cross-border crimes. She focuses, among other things, on new methods of establishing facts for crimes such as human trafficking, money laundering and corruption offenses in public-private partnerships.
Trial of international crimes
Harmen van der Wilt is a professor of International Criminal Law. He conducts research into national trials of international crimes; systemic crime (Joint Criminal Enterprise; Superior Responsibility); definitions of terrorism; exclusionary grounds in international criminal law; extradition and human rights.
Bertjan Doosje is an associate professor in the Department of Social Psychology. His areas of expertise are stereotyping and discrimination, emotions in inter-group relations, radicalisation and polarisation.
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Programme group Social Psychology
Combatting terrorism financing
Marieke de Goede is a professor of Political Science. She conducts research into European security culture, and the role of risk analysis and the use of commercial data in security policy. Her research also focuses on the fight against terrorist financing.
Drug use and drug trafficking
Dirk Korf is professor by special appointment of Criminology, in particular criminal policy research. He specialises in empirical research into hard-to-reach groups. His research focuses mainly on developments and patterns in drug use and drug trafficking, in relation to drug policy and from an international perspective.
Arian van Asten is a professor of Forensic Analytical Chemistry and On-Scene Chemical Analysis. His research focuses on forensic investigations of explosives and drugs, forensic toxicology and forensic microtrace analysis, including glass, fibres and gunshot residue. Van Asten worked at the Netherlands Forensic Institute for 12 years and has extensive knowledge about the role of the forensic expert and the added value of forensic investigations in criminal investigations.
International criminal law
Göran Sluiter is a professor of international criminal law and a partner at Prakken d’Oliveira Human Rights Lawyers. His areas of expertise include the procedural aspects of international criminal tribunals, and the limits of liability for international crimes and serious human rights violations. As a lawyer, he represents suspects and victims of human rights violations before Dutch courts and international criminal tribunals.