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Created by:  Universiteit Leiden

  • Carsten Stahn

    Taught by:  Carsten Stahn, Prof. dr International Criminal Law and Global Justice

    Grotius Centre for International Studies

  • Sergey Vasiliev

    Taught by:  Sergey Vasiliev, Assistant Professor

    Grotius Centre for International Studies
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Universiteit Leiden
Leiden University is one of Europe's foremost research universities. This prominent position gives our graduates a leading edge in applying for academic posts and for functions outside academia. Leiden University is the oldest university in the Netherlands. It was founded in February 1575, as a gift from William of Orange to the citizens of Leiden after they had withstood a long siege by the Spanish. Our motto is: Praesidium Libertatis — Bastion of Liberty.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 168 ratings

This course is a wonderful eye open for the sack of world peace.Even those who would be potential criminals in international criminal law are made to think twice before they could commit an offence.

thank you so much it is with high compliment

Another excellent course by the Leiden University, which effectively immerses the student in the structure of the ICC. The teacher is very charismatic and the supporting material is very good.

I think the course was extremely informative, however, I think that a lot of information was presented very quickly based on the assumption that it was common knowledge. However, some of the major cases that were mentioned and references to the Rome Statute could have been explained a but more thoroughly. All in all it was quite good.