Academic awards

Over the years, Intersentia's books have won numerous prestigious prizes:

2018

Reparations for Child Victims of Armed Conflict A Conceptual Analysis of European Private International Law

Ciardi Prize 2018


Reparations for Child Victims of Armed Conflict

F. Capone

The Proxime Accessit in the ELFA Award 2018


A Conceptual Analysis Of European Private International Law

F. M. Wilke

2017

Free Movement of Patients in the EU

Altiero Spinelli Prize for Outreach: spreading knowledge about Europe

Free Movement of Patients in the EU

G. Berki

2016
 
The Theory, Potential and Practice of Procedural Dialogue in the European Convention on Human Rights System

Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award 2016


The Theory, Potential and Practice of Procedural Dialogue
in the European Convention on Human Rights 
System


Lize R. Glas

2015
 
Towards Shared Accountability in International Human Rights Law Children's Rights in Intercountry Adoption Andrews on Civil Processes (2nd edition) Private Military and Security Companies in International Law

Max van der Stoel
Human Rights Award 2015


Towards Shared Accountability
in International Human Rights Law


A. Vandenbogaerde


Inner Temple New Author's Prize
Cambridge Law Faculty’s Yorke
Prize 2015


Children's Rights
in Intercountry Adoption


C. Fenton-Glynn

Runner-up Inner
Temple Book Prize 2015


Andrews
on Civil Processes


N. Andrews


Ciardi Prize
2015


Private Military and Security Companies
in International Law

C. Seiberth


2014
 
Mens rea and defences in European criminal law The Signature of Evil Prevention of Genocide under International Law Actus Reus and Participation in European Criminal Law

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Mens Rea and Defences
in European Criminal Law

J. Blomsma

Henri Rolin
Prize                    

The Signature
of Evil

S. Dewulf

Max van der Stoel
Human Rights Award 2014


Prevention of Genocide
under International Law


E. Ruvebana

Modderman Prize
2014


Actus Reus and Participation
in European Criminal Law


J. Keiler

2013
 
The United States and International Criminal Tribunals Corruption: A Violation of Human Rights and a Crime Under International Law?

Roslyn Muraskin
Emerging Scholar 
Award

The United States
and International Criminal Tribunals


H. M. Rhea


Book of the Year Award from the American
Branch of the International Association
of Penal Law


Procedural
Justice?


B. McGonigle Leyh

Max van der Stoel
Human Rights Award 2013

Corruption: A Violation of Human Rights
and a Crime Under International Law?


M. Boersma


2012
 
Procedural Justice? The Signature of Evil International Law Aspects of the EU's Security and Defence Policy, with a Particular Focus on the Law of Armed Conflict

Max van der Stoel
Human Rights Award 2012
Special Mention from the Jury


Procedural
Justice?


B. McGonigle Leyh

Ciardi Prize
2012
First Prize


The Signature of Evil


S. Dewulf

Ciardi Prize 2012
Special Mention
from the Jury

International Law Aspects of the EU’s Security and Defence Policy,
with a Particular Focus on the Law of Armed Conflict


F. Naert

2011
 
Manfred Lachs Prize for the Best Book Debut in International Law 2011

The Reach of Human Rights in a Globalizing World: Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties

M. Gondek

2010
 
Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award 2010

The Reach of Human Rights in a Globalizing World: Extraterritorial Application of Human Rights Treaties

M. Gondek

2009
 
Nationality Matters Stones Left Unturned Foundational Facts, Relative Truths European Cooperation between Financial Supervisory Authorities, Tax Authorities and Judicial Authorities

Max van der Stoel
Human Rights Award 2009

Stones Left Unturned. Law
and Transitional Justice in Burundi

S. Vandeginste

Max van der Stoel
Human Rights Award 2009

Nationality
Matters

L. van Waas

Erasmus Research Prize 2008
and Dutch-German Lawyers Prize

Foundational Facts,
Relative Truths

R. Blauwhoff

2009
Siracusa Prize

European Cooperation between Financial Supervisory Authorities,
Tax Authorities and Judicial Authorities

M. Luchtman

2008
 
All's Well that Ends Registered? Post-Conflict Housing Restitution Participation, Representation and Identity

Prize of the Swiss Institute
of Comparative Law
2008


All’s well that ends registered?
The substantive and private
international law aspects
of non-marital registered
relationships in Europe

I. Curry-Sumner

Erasmus Research Prize 2008
and Max van der Stoel
Human Rights Award 2008

Post-Conflict Housing Restitution.
The European Human Rights
Perspective, with
a Case Study
on Bosnia and Herzegovina

A. Buyse

Mauro Cappelletti
Annual Prize
2008

Participation, Representation
and Identity. The Right of
Persons Belonging to Minorities
to Effective Participation
in Public Affairs

A. Verstichel

Max van der Stoel
Human Rights Award
2008

The Humanitarian Face
of the International Court of Justice.
Its Contribution to Interpreting and Developing
International Human Rights
and Humanitarian Law Rules and Principles

G. Zyberi

2007
 
The Netherlands and the Development of International Human Rights Instruments

Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award 2007


The Netherlands and the Development of International Human Rights Instruments

H. Reiding

2006
 
Supranational Criminal Prosecution of Sexual Violence

Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award 2006

Supranational Criminal Prosecution of Sexual Violence. The ICC and the Practice of the ICTY and the ICTR

A.-M. De Brouwer

2003
 
International Criminal Adjudication and the Collection of Evidence: Obligations of States

Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award 2003


International Criminal Adjudication and the Collection of Evidence: Obligations of States

G. Sluiter

2002
 

Max van der Stoel Human Rights Award 2002

Genocide, Crimes against Humanity, War Crimes. Nullum Crimen sine Lege and the Subject Matter Jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court

M. Boot