Nienke van der Have
Nienke is a PhD candidate in the SHARES Project.
She conducts research on the prevention of gross human rights violations under international law.
Her research seeks to determine to what extent states have a responsibility to prevent gross human rights violations under international law, what the scope of that responsibility is, in which cases and under what circumstances it is triggered and how it is distributed among states. For the latter aspect, she will develop alongside and in close correspondence with the SHARES project.
Nienke has an LLB degree in International and European Law (2009) from the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen and an LLM Public International Law (2011 cum laude) from the University of Amsterdam. During her studies, she worked as a research-assistant at both universities and completed an internship abroad.
Blogposts by Nienke van der Have
- Jurisdiction and the Allocation of Obligations under Human Rights Law to Multiple States
- ‘The Allocation of International Human Rights Duties (and Responsibilities) to Multiple Duty-bearers’, A Discussion of Samantha Besson’s SHARES Lecture
- The Maastricht Principles on Extraterritorial Obligations in the area of ESC rights – Comments to a Commentary
- 'Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties and Shared Responsibility', A Comment on Marko Milanovic' SHARES Lecture
- The Responsibility to Protect: Why Libya but not Syria? - Panel Discussion and Book Launch
- The Responsibility to Protect Temporarily Stranded in Syria