Justice for Victims of Conflict-related Sexual Violence and Human Trafficking?
Thousands of men, women and children are forced into sexual slavery or raped during conflict-situations, and/or, when fleeing conflict, are forced by human traffickers into exploitative practices en route and in the country of destination. What is done to address these crimes and are these approaches contributing to realizing justice?
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify and describe the phenomena of conflict-related sexual violence and human trafficking and how these contribute to (gender) injustice;
- Identify, analyse and critically assess the opportunities and challenges in addressing conflict-related sexual violence and human trafficking through legal and non-legal mechanisms;
- Identify, analyse and critically assess the opportunities and challenges for victims/survivors of conflict-related sexual violence and human trafficking with regard to their rights and needs;
- Identify, analyse and critically assess the opportunities and challenges in preventing conflict-related sexual violence and human trafficking;
- Argue whether the current national and international approaches that deal with both crimes contribute to achieving (gender) justice.
6 Jul 2020 - 17 Jul 2020
Bachelor / Undergraduate
Master / Graduate
|Program fee||1,000 EUR|
|Accommodation fee||400 EUR|
|Extra information about the
- 10% early bird discount when registering before March 31st, 2020
- 10% discount for students from partner universities*
*Combining discounts is not possible.
* Housing fee is not included
|Application deadline||31 May 2020|
- English proficiency (spoken and written) is required.
- Applicants must have, at minimum, a profound interest in the phenomena of human trafficking and conflict-related sexual violence, and intend to participate actively throughout the course.