Call for Papers
Seminar Series Citizenship 3.0
In a series of seminars, Utrecht University’s interdisciplinary research group ‘Institutions: Understanding the Dynamics of Open Societies’ aims to critically address the new functions, roles and challenges for citizens in the 21st century. The seminars are organized in cooperation with and under the aegis of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) in Amsterdam. This is a call for papers for the first seminar, which will focus on the growing prevalence of informal, horizontal forms of cooperation by active, self-organizing citizens.
Volume 9, Issue 4, September 2013
Special Issue: 'Law Should Govern: Aspiring General Principles for Transnational Criminal Justice'
Table of Contents
Law Should Govern: Aspiring General Principles for Transnational Criminal Justice
|Sabine Gless, John A.E. Vervaele||1-10|
|Towards a Transnational Application of the Legality Principle in the EU’s Area of Freedom, Security and Justice?||Abstract PDF|
|Michiel J.J.P. Luchtman||11-33|
|The Expansion of Swiss Criminal Jurisdiction in Light of International Law||Abstract PDF|
|The Passive Personality Principle and the General Principle of Ne Bis In Idem||Abstract PDF|
|Prosecutions of Extraterritorial Criminal Conduct and the Abuse of Rights Doctrine||Abstract PDF|
|Transnational Cooperation in Criminal Matters and the Guarantee of a Fair Trial: Approaches to a General Principle||Abstract PDF|
|Terrorists and Fair Trial: The Right to a Fair Trial for Alleged Terrorists Detained in Guantánamo Bay||Abstract PDF|
|Kai Ambos, Annika Maleen Poschadel||109-126|
|Transnational Criminal Proceedings, Witness Evidence and Confrontation: Lessons from the ECtHR’s Case Law||Abstract PDF|
|Lorena Bachmaier Winter||127-146|
|The Right to a Fair Trial and International Cooperation in Criminal Matters: Article 6 ECHR and the Recovery of Assets in Grand Corruption Cases||Abstract PDF|
|Radha Dawn Ivory||147-164|
|General Principles of Transnationalised Criminal Justice?
|Marianne L. Wade||165-183|
|The Prerequisite of Personal Guilt and the Duty to Know the Law in the Light of Article 32 ICC Statute||Abstract PDF|
|‘Transnationalising’ Ne Bis In Idem: How the Rule of Ne Bis In Idem Reveals the Principle of Personal Legal Certainty||Abstract PDF|
|Ne Bis In Idem: Towards a Transnational Constitutional Principle in the EU?||Abstract PDF|
|John A.E. Vervaele||211-229|
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