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Barbora Hola Appointed as Member of the Young Academy of the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences

Barbora Hola works as Senior Researcher at the NSCR and as Associate Professor at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology at VU University Amsterdam. In 2017 she received a WISE fellowship to develop her research line on empirical studies of international criminal law and transitional justice after atrocities.  Her research focuses in particular on (international) criminal trials, sentencing of international crimes, enforcement of international sentences, rehabilitation and reintegration of war criminals. Hola obtained her PhD in 2012 with a dissertation on consistency of sentencing at the International Criminal Tribunal for Yugoslavia and Rwanda. Although she is trained as a lawyer, she focuses on empirical legal research (ELS). Her research has been cited in judgments of the International Criminal Court.

dr. Barbora Holá

About dr. Barbora Holá

Barbora Holá works as a Senior Researcher at the NSCR and as an Associate Professor at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology at VU University of Amsterdam. She has an interdisciplinary focus and studies transitional justice after atrocities, in particular (international) criminal trials, sentencing of international crimes, enforcement of international sentences, rehabilitation of war criminals and life after trial at international criminal tribunals. Besides her research and teaching in the Master’s programme International Crimes and Criminology at VU Amsterdam, Barbora is a co-director of the Center for International Criminal Justice, a knowledge centre dedicated to interdisciplinary studies of mass atrocity crimes and international criminal justice (www.cicj.org) and an editor of the e-Newsletter of Criminology and International Crimes. On the international level, Barbora is a member of the Africa-Low Countries Network and a board member of the European Society of Criminology Group on Atrocity Crimes and Transitional Justice. In 2017, Barbora was one of the four candidates who received the prestigious ‘WISE’ (Women in Science Excel) fellowship from the Dutch Organization for a Scientific Research to develop her research line on empirical studies of international criminal and transitional justice after atrocities.

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2013

Bernasco, W; Block, R; Levine, N; Cahill, I

The CrimeStat Discrete Choice Module Journal Article

pp. 22.1-22.34, 2013.

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