The Fundamental Rights Research Centre (FRC) of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel is a specialised research centre at the Faculty of Law and Criminology focusing on fundamental rights. In recent years, the centre has been particularly active in the interaction between human rights and criminal law.
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Call for application for the position of postdoctoral researcher within the iBOF project “Future-proofing human rights. Developing thicker forms of accountability”A new vacancy has been released for a postdoctoral fellowship position in the domain of human rights and accountability as part of the iBOF project “Future-proofing human rights.
- FRC member Júlia Zomignani Barboza published a new blog on the RLI Blog on Refugee Law and Forced Migration. The blog post builds on her previous work on Australia, a country that is analysed in her PhD research on undersirable unreturnables.
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Conference panel: Addressing Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking in Human Beings: Examples from Policy, Legal and Social Perspective
On 19 October 2023, FRC member Nadine El-Dekmak will present her forthcoming paper “Trauma bonding in human trafficking and child sexual abuse online” during the penal “Addressing Online Child Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking in Human
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PhD Defence of Carlotta Rigotti: "Rethinking gender and sexuality in the robotic era: A proposal for the legitimate regulation of sex robotics"
Next Monday, April 24, at 10am, FRC member Carlotta Rigotti will publicly defend her PhD titled "Rethinking gender and sexuality in the robotic era: A proposal for the legitimate regulation of sex robotics."