New visitor at iCourts - Nandor Knust – University of Copenhagen

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16 September 2016

New visitor at iCourts - Nandor Knust

7 November - 30 November 2016

Nandor Knust studied law at the universities of Frankfurt and Paris. He worked at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in Arusha, Tanzania and he carried out several field research visits to the Great Lakes Region of Africa. Since 2004 he is researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law (MPICC). As a member of the International Max Planck Research School for Comparative Criminal Law (IMPRS-CC) he completed his dissertation about a pluralistic model of Transitional Justice in 2011 that was awarded with the Otto-Hahn-Medal for outstanding scientific achievements.

Since 2011, Nandor Knust is heading the International Criminal Law Section of the MPICC and serves as Scientific Coordinator of the IMPRS-CC. Additionally he is Chair of the European Criminology Group on Atrocity Crimes and Transitional Justice and serves as expert for international organizations.

Nandor Knust is/was lecturer at a plurality of universities such as the University of Mannheim; Tumaini University, Tanzania; Arcadia University (with the East African Community) in Arusha, Tanzania and the School of Governance, Law and Society at the Tallinn University, Estonia and the Campus Helsinki, Finland.