Visiting HoursVisiting hours are every Thursday from 13.00 to 15.00. Whether you have a question for us, want to share a brilliant idea or would just like to have a little chat, you are always welcome to drop by at our board room at Achter Sint Pieter 200 Room (0.30).





- 7-9th of November: Oxford International Model United Nations (OxIMUN).

- 28-30th of November: Cambridge University International Model United Nations (CUIMUN).




- 1-3rd of December: Trip within Europe. Destination: Unknown




- 15th of Junuary: Masterclass and Meet and greet at the Duisenberg School of Finance.











Urios & Global Human Rights Defense present: Pakistan - a defining moment PDF Print E-mail

Urios would like to invite you to join us next Wednesday for an interesting, touching and inspiring documentary on minority rights in Pakistan . This night will be in cooperation with Global Human Rights Defense, a NGO which specializes in minority rights in Asia. They will be present to explain and discuss the documentary, as well as the current situation in Asia. They also offer internships, so this might be an interesting opportunity to get in touch!

Hope to see you there!

Urios Career Event 2012 PDF Print E-mail

What to do after graduation? Urios will help you find the answer! On the 24th of April, from 7pm onwards Urios offers you an unique glimpse into the career-opportunities available in the fields of international and European law. Presentations will be held by representatives from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Greenpeace, NautaDutilh, Boekel De Nerée, Clingendael, et al. The presentations will be followed by an information market where you can meet the organizations and professionals. For more information email us:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Last Updated on Monday, 30 April 2012 19:59
URIOS SYMPOSIUM // Cannabis legalisation: high hopes or reality? PDF Print E-mail

We are proud to present Urios' third and also last symposium of the academic year! After two symposia on the spying by the NSA and the human rights situation in China, we decided to pick another 'hot topic': cannabis, and specifically its legalisation.

Lately, we have seen more and more states legalising cannabis, while others such as the Netherlands stay behind. Why? The Dutch Minister of Justice, Ivo Opstelten, argues that legalisation simply is not possible due to some international treaties concerning drugs. Others, such as academics, lawyers and politicians, argue that the same treaties actually create a possibility to legalise. What is this possibility? Or which provision includes a prohibition to legalise? Why should we legalise? Or why should we not? Would it increase or decrease the international organised crime? Our speakers will answer these questions from their own point of view and experiences.

Our speakers:
- Mr Sidney Smeets and Mr Tim Vis, lawyers at Spong Advocaten
- Prof Jan van Dijk, professor of criminology at Tilburg University
- Mr Frans Koopmans, manager Health Care Philosophy and Ethics at De Hoop ggz
More names will follow soon!

Date: 11th June 2014
Location: Lutherse Kerk, Hamburgerstraat 9, Utrecht
Open: 19.00
Start: 19.20
Fee: Members €3 | Students/Staff €4 | External €5

Please sign up by sending an email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by filling out this form

See you the on the 11th of June!


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