Successful PROM concluding conference

The PROM team held the concluding project workshop on 30 and 31 August 2018 in Brussels. We welcomed high-level speakers from the OECD, the OHCHR, the WTO, from diplomatic delegations at the seats of the international organizations we research, and…

Book writing under way

The PROM team is currently putting together a book-length study on the project and its results. We aim to publish the book with one of the major university presses. The working title of the study: Valentina Carraro / Thomas Conzelmann…

PROM concluding conference 30/31 August 2018 Brussels

On 30 and 31 August 2018 PROM will hold its concluding conference under the title: Peer reviews among states: Towards effective global governance? The conference will be held at the Brussels Campus of Maastricht University. It will bring together a high-level…

Hortense Jongen starts postdoc position

As of 1 May 2018, Hortense Jongen has moved to the University of Gothenburg School of Global Studies where she is working as a postdoctoral researcher in a team led by Prof. Jan Aart Scholte. Hortense can still be reached…

Thomas Conzelmann presents at ISA

Thomas Conzelmann presents at ISA

This year’s Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, held from 5-8 April 2018 in San Francisco, CA saw two papers presented by the PROM team. One was the paper ‘Fears of Peers? Explaining Peer and Public Shaming in Global…

Valentina Carraro starts postdoc position

Valentina Carraro has started her new research project at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights in Vienna on 1 April 2018. She works on a project funded by the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (Rubicon grant) to carry out…

NWO Rubicon grant awarded to Valentina Carraro

Valentina Carraro has been awarded an NWO Rubicon grant to carry out a two-year research project entitled: “The More the Better? The Complementarity of Human Rights Reviewing Mechanisms in the United Nations”. The research will be performed at the Ludwig…