The Transformative Effects of Globalisation in Law (TEGL) research project is a collaboration between the law faculties of Maastricht University, Open Universiteit NL, Tilburg University and the University of Amsterdam.

The project is funded by the Dutch Ministry of Education as part of the multi-year Sectorplan Social Sciences research initative.

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Call for Applications

Dec. 17, 2021, 10-12pm and 3-4:30pm. Towards a Sustainable Global Economic Law? Shifts, Ruptures and Social Justice What should a ‘sustainable global economic law’ (SGEL)

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Rijks Museum Library, Amsterdam


Research Research in the Globalisation theme centres on three main issues: globalisation-induced transformation of legitimacy, the displacement of the promotion of public interests to private

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Peace Palace, Den Haag

Conference funding

Conference funding For the first three years, the Sectorplan cluster makes available a total of 24,000 euros in conference contribution funds. Proposals for making use

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People Our team of researchers, from the Law faculties of Maastricht University, Open Universiteit, Tilburg University and Universiteit van Amsterdam.

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