Carolien Jacobs is an assistant professor at the Van Vollenhoven Institute for Law, Governance and Society. She has a background in International Development (MSc, Wageningen University) and in legal anthropology (PhD, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology/Wageningen University). Her research interests are in the field of law, governance and international development, especially in conflict-affected countries in Africa. In her latest project, Carolien investigated ways in which war-displaced people within Congo obtain access to justice.
- Exploring primary justice in insecure contexts: South Sudan and Afghanistan (2016)
- Justice pour les personnes déplacées en RDC: Introduction (2017)
- Quête de justice pour les déplacés internes à Bukavu (2017)
- Justice needs, strategies, and mechanisms for the displaced: Reviewing the evidence (2016)
- Joint MFS II evaluation DR Congo: Synthesis Report. (2015)