Maarten Bolhuis

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faculteit der rechtsgeleerdheid/faculty of law ( criminologie )
PhD Candidate/Lecturer

Curriculum vitae
After completing his bachelor in criminology at VU University, Maarten Bolhuis (1986) completed a master in International Crimes and Criminology (cum laude) at the VU in 2009 and a year later in Conflict Resolution and Governance at the University of Amsterdam. In 2010, he did a research internship in the context of the Escaping Justice Project at VU University. During and after his studies he worked at a Dutch Human Rights NGO, Lawyers for Lawyers. Since September 2012 he works as a (part time) PhD candidate and lecturer at the Criminal Law and Criminology department.

Educational activities
Actoren in de rechtshandhaving
Aard, omvang en schade van criminaliteit
Project criminologie
Methoden van kwalitatief onderzoek
Summer School on International Criminal Justice

Research activities
Maarten Bolhuis conducts research in the programme Empirical and normative studies. He is a fellow at the Center for International Criminal Justice and takes part in the Escaping Justice Project, which focuses on the implications of the application of article 1F Refugee Convention. On the basis of this article, persons who are associated with committing international crimes, such as crimes against humanity and war crimes, excluded from refugee protection. His PhD focuses on the role countries of refuge play in administering ‘justice’ to these alleged perpetrators of serious criminality.

Key publications

Postal address
VU University Amsterdam
Faculty of Law
De Boelelaan 1105
1081 HV Amsterdam