Amber holds a BA in Liberal Arts & Sciences: Global Challenges (2019) with a major in International Justice from Leiden University, focusing on human rights, international law and social justice. She also spent a semester at Mahidol University International College in Bangkok, Thailand, studying international relations. For her BA thesis, Amber researched the effectivity of international human rights law in protecting stateless persons. Amber has previously interned at the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York and has been involved in multiple projects concerning inclusivity and human rights. Want to reach out to Amber? Feel free to email.
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Humanity in Action The Netherlands Commemorates 75 Years of Freedom
On 4 May we commemorate the victims of the Second World War and on 5 May we celebrate the liberation of the European part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands from the German occupation. Which stories do we remember today to celebrate our freedom and which stories are still missing?