M.M.E. Hesselman, LLM
Marlies Hesselman is a lecturer in public international law at the University of Groningen (2009-present) and finishing a PhD on the topic of 'universal access to modern energy services & international human rights law' at the Department of Transboundary Legal Studies (2011-present). Marlies obtained an LLB in Dutch Law from Leiden University and two LLM's from Groningen University on International Law, specialization human rights (cum laude) and European Law, specialization human rights.
- Dutch Member of the Management Committee and co-lead of WG 3 of the EU COST Action "European Energy Poverty" (ENGAGER)
- Global Health Law Groningen Research Centre, focusing on climate change/environment/air pollution and (the right to) health.
- Dutch Section of the International Commission of Jurists (Nederlands Juristen Comité voor Mensenrechten/NJCM) in WGs on International Human Rights Protection (since 2009, chair in 2011-2013) and Human Rights and Sustainable Development (since 2011)
- Netherlands Network of Human Rights Research in WGs on 'Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (since 2012, co-chair 2013-2014) and Business and Human Rights (since 2017)
- ETO consortium on extra-territorial human rights obligations
- Community of Practice on the Legal Aspects of Sustainable Energy for All (affiliated to the World Bank Global Forum on Development, Justice and Law)
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