|Course level||Advanced Bachelor|
||8 to 22 July 2017|
|Recommended course combination||Block 2: Crime in Numbers: From Correlation to Causation, Discover (the) Dutch: Language and Culture|
Block 3: Crime and Location: Spatial Analysis and Mapping, Governing Climate Change: Theory and Practice, The Gentle Art of Helping
|Co-ordinating lecturers||Dr Joris van Wijk, Maarten Bolhuis, Msc.
|Other lecturers||Prof. Elies van Sliedregt, Prof. Catrien Bijleveld, Dr Barbora Hola, guest lecturers|
|Form(s) of tuition||Interactive seminars and field trips|
|Form(s) of assessment||Presentation and short paper|
As host of the Centre for International Criminal Justice (CICJ), VU University Amsterdam is a leading player in research on international criminal law and the criminology of international crimes. The CICJ is an independent institute dedicated to interdisciplinary academic research and education, policy analysis and debate on international crimes and international and transitional justice, as well as conceptual and institutional responses to mass atrocities. Its staff specialize in a broad spectrum of relevant fields, including international law, criminal law, criminology, social psychology and methods of social sciences research, and it has an extensive network of associated practitioners at the institutions in The Hague.