Center for International Criminal Justice (CICJ)

Key publications

  • Van Sliedregt, E., “Pluralism in International Criminal Law”, 25 Leiden Journal of International Law 4 (2012), p. 847-855 
  • Hola, B. & Wijk, J. van (2014). Life After Conviction; an empirical analysis. Journal of International Criminal Justice. 12, 109-132
  • Wijk, J. van (2010). Luanda-Holanda; irregular migration from Angola to the Netherlands, International Migration, Vol. 48 (2), 1-30
  • Hola B., Smeulers A. and Bijleveld C.: Consistency of International Sentencing – ICTY and ICTR Case Study, 9 European Journal of Criminology,  2012, 539-552
  • E. Fry, The Contours of International Prosecutions: As Defined by Facts, Charges, and Jurisdiction (Eleven International Publishing, 2015)
  • M. Cupido, Facts Matter: A Study into the Casuistry of Substantive International Criminal Law(Den Haag: Eleven International Publishing, 2015) 
  • Bolhuis, M.P. & Wijk, J. van. (2015). Alleged war criminals in the Netherlands; excluded from refugee protection, wanted by the prosecutor. European Journal of Criminology 12(2): 151-168.
  • Baar, A van & Huisman, W. (2012) The Oven Builders of the Holocaust. A Case Study of Corporate Complicity in International Crimes. British Journal of Criminology  52(6), p. 1033-1050