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Research interests

Research interests: socio-economic human rights law; energy access; human rights and the environment; climate change; disaster management; poverty alleviation; sustainable development; access to essential services; extra-territorial human rights obligations; migration; NAIL/social constructivist legal theory.  


A renewed call for transdisciplinary action on NCDs

Energiearmoede en de Energietransitie: Energiearmoede beter meten, monitoren en bestrijden

Energy Poverty and Household Access to Energy Services in International, Regional and National Law

International Law for the Sustainable Development Goals

Introduction to Special Issue "International Law for the SDGs"

Protecting Households’ Access to Essential Services in Times of COVID-19

Access to Disaster Risk Information, Early Warning and Education: Implementing the Sendai Framework through Human Rights Law

De gaswinning en het recht op veiligheid

Human Rights Law (2018)

International Environmental Law (2018)

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Groningers timmeren verklaring op deur voormalig kantongerecht: 'Iedereen heeft recht op energie'

COP 24 sheds light on the link between climate action and human health

Levenszekerheid gaat voor Gaswinning

Gaswinning botst met Europese Verdragen

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