MultiRights Summer Institute 2013 - Participants
After a process of selecting the strongest candidates, we are happy to welcome such a distinguished group of scholars to our MultiRights Summer Institute in Oslo June 9-22. Here are the selected participants and their intended research topics.
- Daniel W. Hill Jr. He is an Assistant Professor at the Department of International Affairs at the University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. His topic for MultiRights is: How domestic legal protection is a condition for the impact of human rights treaties on personal integrity rights.
- Edzia Carvalho. She is a Lecturer in Politics in the School of Humanities at the University of Dundee. Her topic for MultiRights is: Special Procedures of the UN Human Rights Council and State Protection of Human Rights.
- Courtenay R. Conrad. She is an Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Her topic for MultiRights is: The Conflicting Effects of International Law, a research she will do together with Emily Hencken Ritter. They will propose a new theory that brings together two divergent approaches to explaining rights violations.
- Jillienne E. Haglund. She is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Political Science at Florida State University. For MultiRights she will examine explanatory variables that condition the effectiveness of regional court decisions in improving human rights outcomes.
- Jasper Krommendijk. He is a PhD Researcher in the Faculty of Law at Maastricht University. His topic for MultiRights is: The impact and effectiveness of the recommendations of the UN human rights treaty bodies in The Netherlands, New Zealand and Finland.
- Ari Shaw. He is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Political Science Northwestern University. His topic for MultiRights is: Claiming International Rights: Human Rights Mobilization and Domestic Change.
- Theresa Squatrito. She is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Stockholm University. Her topic for MultiRights is: Domestic institutionalization of European Human Rights Law through National Parliament.
- Yonatan Lupu. He is a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance at Princeton University, and an Assistant Professor of Political Science at the George Washington University. His topic for MultiRights is: Veto Players and the Effects of International Human Rights Agreements.
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