Coordinadores Globales Temáticos
Para facilitar la cobertura integral de todas las dimensiones – tanto teóricas como prácticas – de la problemática del acceso a la justicia, el Proyecto Global de Acceso a la Justicia también posee Coordinadores Globales Temáticos responsables del análisis a profundidad de las nuevas y emergentes tendencias del movimiento de acceso a la justicia. Actualmente, la coordinación del proyecto identifica 10 temas-claves (sujetos al refinamiento futuro por los propios participantes del proyecto):
Over the past twenty years, Dr. phil. habil. Martin Ramstedt has worked as (senior) researcher at various international research institutions in the Netherlands and Germany, inter alia at the International Institute for Asian Studies in Leiden, the Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV), the Max Planck Institute (MPI) for Social Anthropology in Halle and the Käte Hamburger Centre of Advanced Studies «Law as Culture» in Bonn. Ramstedt has taught anthropology and sociology of law at various European universities, for instance as Visiting Professor at the International Institute for the Sociology of Law (IISL) in Oñati, Spain, as Guest Professor the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London, and as Private Reader as well as Deputy Professor at the Martin Luther University in Halle. For many years, his research focused on the accommodation of Islamic and customary law norms and institutions in Indonesian state law, the cultural translation of indigenous rights into local contexts, and transnational religious networks in Asia, on which he has published extensively.
Ramstedt has recently been nominated and appointed as the new Scientific Director of the IISL in Oñati, starting in mid-2020. In the context of this appointment, he has shifted his research focus to an inquiry into notions of ‘law’ and ‘justice’ in restorative processes in the Basque country.
Ramstedt also works as an independent mediator, and is one of two chief editors of the book series «Religion and Society in Asia» at Amsterdam University Press.
Prior to joining UNODC, Anika performed assignments with the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY), Defence Counsel before international and domestic courts, the Organized Crime Department of the Office of Public Prosecution in Bonn, and the Federal Foreign Office of Germany. She holds a law degree from the University of Bonn (GER), and an LL.M. degree from the University of Amsterdam (NL).