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Joris van Wijk is a graduate in criminal law and criminology. In 2007 he published his PhD research Luanda-Holanda on irregular asylum migration from Angola to the Netherlands. Next to his academic career, Joris has been working for the International Organization for Migration and as an independent policy advisor. He has been a visiting professional at the International Criminal Court (2011) and a visiting scholar at Oslo University (2013) and Melbourne University (2016).

Joris conducts research in the programme Empirical and normative studies, directs the master programme International Crimes, Conflict and Criminology and co-directs the Center for International Criminal Justice (CICJ). He supervises the Escaping Justice Project and co-supervises the When Justice is Done Project. His research interests lie at the crossroads of criminology, international criminal justice and (irregular) (asylum) migration. He mainly applies a qualitative mixed methods approach. His main expertise concerns issues related to criminology, international criminal law, human trafficking- and smuggling, asylum, terrorism and temporary migration.  .

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Research Output 2002 2018

Open Access
File
asylum seeker
case management
national security
exclusion
decision making
Open Access
File
asylum seeker
Netherlands
offense
prosecution
refugee

Acquittals in International Criminal Justice – Pyrrhic Victories?

Hola, B. & van Wijk, J., 2017, In : Leiden Journal of International law. 30 , 1, p. 241-262

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

justice
human being
offense
prosecution

Asielzoekers als (vermeende) daders

van Wijk, J. & Bolhuis, M. P., 8 Sep 2017, In : Tijdschrift voor veiligheid. 16, 2-3, p. 11-25 15 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

Asylum Seekers
Perpetrators

Awareness Trainings and Detecting Jihadists among Asylum Seekers: A Case Study from the Netherlands

van Wijk, J. & Bolhuis, M. P., 4 Sep 2017, In : Perspectives on Terrorism. 11, 4, p. 39-49 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to JournalArticleAcademicpeer-review

asylum seeker
Netherlands
secret service
stigmatization
immigration

Activities 2005 2016

Signalling jihadists in the immigration process

Bolhuis, M. P. (Speaker), van Wijk, J. (Speaker)
8 Mar 2016

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Undesirable and Unreturnable Migrants (2)

Bolhuis, M. P. (Speaker), van Wijk, J. (Speaker)
27 Sep 2016

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Vrije Universiteit - Amsterdam (External organisation)

van Wijk, J. (Member)
20122013

Activity: MembershipAcademic

Exclusion clause 1F; facts, figures and fairytales

van Wijk, J. (Speaker)
13 May 2011

Activity: Lecture / PresentationAcademic

Unknown journal (Journal)

van Wijk, J. (Reviewer)
2011

Activity: Peer review and Editorial workEditorial workAcademic

Prizes

Young Criminologist Award

J. van Wijk (Recipient), 5 Sep 2008

Prize: Prize / AwardAcademic

Press / Media

De waarheid is, we herkennen jihadisten niet tussen asielzoekers

J. van Wijk & M.P. Bolhuis

10/01/17

1 media contribution

Press/Media: Expert Comment