Dr. Joris van Wijk
Dr. Joris van Wijk (1977) is an Associate Professor Criminology at the Department of Criminal Law and Criminology at VU University Amsterdam. He directs the Master’s program International Crimes and Criminology and co-directs the Center for International Criminal Justice (CICJ). His main expertise concerns issues related to criminology, international criminal law, (asylum) migration and terrorism. His research in the context of the Escaping Justice Project focuses on refugee movements, international criminal justice and terrorism. In the When Justice is Done project he focuses on the question what happens when individuals are convicted or acquitted by an international court or tribunal.
Here you will find contributions by Dr. Joris van Wijk, Fellow at EFSAS.
Jihadism and the immigration process (Summary in English and full research report in Dutch)
Perspectives on Terrorism - Awareness Trainings and Detecting Jihadists among Asylum Seekers: A Case Study from the Netherlands
The Asylum-Jihadism nexus: Non-Government actors and detection of jihadism among asylum seekers
All views expressed are of the author and do not necessarily coincide with the views held by EFSAS