Daniëlla Dam-de Jong (Utrecht, 1978) is Assistant Professor at the department of public international law and the Grotius Centre for International Legal Studies at Leiden University. She is about to defend her PhD. at the same university on a thesis entitled International Law and Governance of Natural Resources in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations. More in general, she is interested in questions relating to the fields of sustainable development and peace & security.
Daniëlla has studied law at the Free University Amsterdam, specialising in public international and European law. In addition, she has studied French language and culture at the University of Lausanne and the Free University Amsterdam. Previously, she has worked as an intern at the Dutch Advisory Council on International Affairs; as a policy officer at Campus The Hague; and as a research assistant and PhD. Candidate at the department of public international law of Leiden University.
- From Engines for Conflict into Engines for Sustainable Development: The Potential of International Law to Address Predatory Exploitation of Natural Resources in Situations of Internal Armed Conflict (2013)
- Revitalizing the Antique War Crime of Pillage: The Potential and Pitfalls of Using International Criminal Law to Address Illegal Resource Exploitation (2011)
- International Law and Resource Plunder: The Protection of Natural Resources during Armed Conflict (2008)