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KEY QUALIFICATIONS Key Areas: Criminology and Criminal Justice, Conflict Studies, Human Rights, Anthropology, Development Sociology, Public Policy, Cross-Border Crimes; Migration; Security and Insecurity; Human Trafficking (Sex and Labor Trafficking); Supply Chain Management; Networks; Development and Underdevelopment Specialties: Quantitative and qualitative research, including knowledge of and experience with quantitative and qualitative (inferential) analysis software and network analysis programs (SPSS; STATA; MaxQDA; Nvivo: UCINET; NetDraw) Experience: International and national work and research experience on security, crime and migration. Key competencies: Data collection, research analysis, writing and editing; presenting research and policy; networking; ability to work under high pressure and with high responsibilities; ability to remain optimistic; persistence; ability to work in a team, ambitious and enthusiastic, multi-lingual (6 languages). EDUCATION 2020 expected
Ph.D., Criminology and Criminal Justice
Northeastern University, Boston, United States.
Concentration: Human Trafficking and the Intersection between Licit and Illicit Economies. 2011 Graduated Aug. 25
MA, Conflict Studies and Human Rights
2006-2010* Graduated Aug. 31
BSc, Cultural Anthropology and Development Sociology
2007-2010 Certificate Nov. 24
Bsc Minor, Conflict Studies
Utrecht University, Utrecht, The Netherlands. Selective international master in researching and analyzing contemporary conflict and human rights issues. Focus on social scientific qualitative field research. Dissertation: “Politicization of Trafficked Persons Deconstructed, Victimization, (Dis)Empowerment and Power” Qualitative and participatory field research on human trafficking of domestic workers in Amman, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Undergraduate degree in social sciences with thematic courses on culture and society, economy and policy and with an explicit emphasis on qualitative and quantitative research methods. * This includes an interval year in 2008-2009: around the world journey.
Center for International Conflict Analysis and Management Radboud University Nijmegen, Nijmegen, The Netherlands 1
Minor with courses in conflict analysis and management, dynamics of conflict intervention, early warning and military intervention, dilemma’s for UN peacebuilding, sustainable development, civil society, peacebuilding. EMPLOYMENT 2015-2016 Sept-2015 Present
Research and Teaching Assistant for Dr. Amy Farrell
2012-2015 April 2012 July 2015
Institute on Race and Justice (IRJ), Northeastern University, Boston, United States Core tasks: contributing to the evaluation of the Child Welfare Trafficking Grant (CWTG) that was awarded to the Justice Resource Institute, in partnership with the Department of Children and Families and the Support to End Exploitation Now (SEEN) of the Children’s Advocacy Center of Suffolk County; main contribution to the build of a data system that tracks children at risk for commercial sexual exploitation and trafficking.
Dutch Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children, The Hague, the Netherlands Core tasks: quantitative and qualitative policy research on human trafficking; (co-)writer of several reports (see Publications); supervisor of interns and trainees; participating in (border)police activities; chairing or participating in high-level meetings; participating in international projects that required meetings abroad and organization of visits of international delegations to the Netherlands; presenter at several international and national conferences (see Professional Conference Presentations & Roundtables).
2011-2012 Nov. 2011 Feb. 2012
Internal Displacement Monitoring Center (IDMC), Geneva, Switzerland / The Hague, The Netherlands Core tasks: in charge of organizing the exhibition “Witnesses to Iraq” that comprised 47 compelling pictures by Iraqi photographers; organizing an expert round-table that had the purpose to raise awareness of continuing humanitarian needs of internally displaced people in Iraq.
2011-2012 Nov. 2011 Feb. 2012
Project Assistant at the Protection Department (Intern)
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), The Hague, The Netherlands Core tasks: monitoring national legislative, judicial and policy developments; in charge of Dutch press reviews; attending debates in Parliament; research on human trafficking in the Netherlands, which resulted in a publication on human trafficking and medicopsychological reports (see Publications).
2011 Feb. 2011 – Apr. 2011
Project Assistant at the Counter-Trafficking Department (Intern)
International Organization for Migration, Amman, Jordan Core tasks: research on human trafficking in Jordan; formal and informal meetings with non-governmental and governmental officials; writing policy reports.
PUBLICATIONS De Vries, I. and C.E. Dettmeijer-Vermeulen (2015). “Extremely Wanted: Human Trafficking Statistics. Then what to do with the Hodgepodge of Numbers?” in K. Kangaspunta (Eds). UN Forum on Crime and Society
(8). Special Issue. Researching Hidden Populations: Approaches to and Methodologies for Generating Data on Trafficking in Persons. New York: United Nations. 2
Van der Heijden, P, I. de Vries, D. Boehning and M. Cruyff (2015). “Estimating the Size of Hard-to-reach Populations using Capture-Recapture Methodology, with a Discussion of the ILO Global Estimate of Forced Labor”, in K. Kangaspunta (Eds). UN Forum on Crime and Society (8). Special Issue. Researching
Hidden Populations: Approaches to and Methodologies for Generating Data on Trafficking in Persons. New York: United Nations. De Vries, I. (2012). “Mensenhandel en Medisch-Psychologische Rapportages”, Asiel en Migrantenrecht 9: 481-490. [“Human Trafficking and Medico-Psychological Reports”, only available in Dutch]. Author and editor of the following reports for the National Rapporteur (see: work experience). 1. National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children. Trafficking in Human Beings: Visible and Invisible. A Quantitative Report 20082012. The Hague: National Rapporteur, 2014 [only available in Dutch, Summary report is available in English]. 2. National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings. Does Legalized Prostitution generate more human trafficking? The Hague: National Rapporteur, 2013. 3. National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings. Trafficking in Human Beings: Visible and Invisible. A Quantitative Report 2007-2011. The Hague: National Rapporteur, 2012. Co-author of the following reports for the National Rapporteur (see: work experience). 1. National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children. Trafficking in Human Beings. Ninth Report of the National Rapporteur. The Hague: National Rapporteur, 2013. 2. National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings and Sexual Violence against Children. “Reporting on Human Trafficking.” In Model Curricula for Journalism Education. A Compendium of New Syllabi, edited by Fackson Banda, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, 155-191. Paris: UNESCO, 2013. 3. National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings. Case Law on Trafficking in Human Beings 2009-2012. An Analysis. The Hague: National Rapporteur, 2012. MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION De Vries, I. “The Embeddedness of Labor Trafficking in a Web of Legal Industries” (forthcoming) De Vries, I. and Farrell, A. “Hidden Victimizations. An Investigation into Victimization Experiences among Labor Trafficking Victims” (forthcoming). Farrell, A.M. and De Vries, I. “Sex Work”, in The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Women and Crime (forthcoming). PRESENTATIONS Professional Conference Presentations: De Vries, I. (2016). “Human Trafficking. What do we (not) see?” Presented at EPICC 2016 Symposium: 3
Europe in Turmoil, Tufts University, Boston, USA. De Vries, I. (2015). “Identifying and Investigating Human Trafficking.” Presented at the Fifth Annual International Symposium on Preventing Human Trafficking, Brussels, Belgium. De Vries, I. (2015). “Investigating Human Trafficking.” Presented at the Third INTERPOL Global Trafficking in Human Beings Conference, Lyon, France. De Vries, I. (2014). “Investigation of Human Trafficking.” Presented at the Annual Eurocrime Conference of the European Society of Criminology (ESC), Prague, Czech Republic. De Vries, I. (2013). “Human Trafficking. Visible and Invisible.” Presented at the Annual Eurocrime Conference of the European Society of Criminology (ESC), Budapest, Hungary. De Vries, I. (2013). “Data Collection on Human Trafficking.” Presented at the International Conference on Data Collection on Human Trafficking”, Lisbon, Portugal. De Vries, I. (2013). “Human Trafficking. Visible and Invisible.” Presented at the International Conference on Data Collection on Human Trafficking, Bratislava, Slovakia. De Vries, I. (2012). “Data Collection on Human Trafficking.” Presented at the International Conference on Human Trafficking, Cairo, Egypt. Other presentations De Vries, I. (2016). “Panel Discussion: The Role of the Private Sector in Responses to Human Trafficking.” Moderator and organizer, on the occasion of a visit of the Dutch Rapporteur, Northeastern University, Boston, USA. De Vries, I. (2015). “Panel Discussion: Countering Human Trafficking through Business and Human Rights.” Moderator. The Hague Institute for Global Justice, The Netherlands. De Vries, I. (2015). “Challenges in the Investigation and Prosecution of Human Trafficking.” Presenter at the Roundtable Discussion Together against Human Trafficking: Challenges and Practical Lessons, Bucharest, Romania. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Guest Lectures 2015/2016: -
2016: Lecture on public and private dominant perspectives and responses to human trafficking in the Global Criminology Network (GCN) lecture series in global criminology: comparative perspectives from the US and Europe, Northeastern University, Boston, USA and Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands 2016: Lecture on Human Trafficking Research and Policy in the course “Human Trafficking” (by Dr. Farrell, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Northeastern University, Boston, USA). 2015/2016: Lectures on framing human trafficking in the course “Sociology of Violence” (by Dr. Dominguez, Department of Sociology, Northeastern University, Boston, USA). 4
2012-2015: Several guest lectures at Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands; University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS 2016
Northeastern University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice Doctoral Summer Fellowship
Graduate Assistantship, Northeastern University
CERTIFICATES 2016 Certificate June 2016
LINKS Center Summer Workshop on Social Network Analysis
Applied Multivariate Analysis
Two-week course on applied multivariate analysis in which the focus was on sample and factorial ANOVA, interaction effects, repeated measures ANOVA, ANCOVA, MANOVA, multiple linear regression analysis, logistic regression analysis and factor analysis.
2014 Certificate May 2014
University of Kentucky, Lexington, USA Five-day Network Analysis Training Workshop, Introduction to Analyzing Network Data.
Utrecht Summer School, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
Harvard University in cooperation with the Dutch National Police, Public Prosecution Service and Training and Study Center for the Judiciary, Warnsveld, The Netherlands Four-day workshop on the Harvard Case Method that links the issues public value, strategic management, adaptive leadership and smart collaboration; problem-oriented cooperation for police, public prosecution and local governance, innovative efforts to tackle (organized) corrosive crime (attended on behalf of the employment for the Dutch Rapporteur).
2011 Certificate Feb. 2011
Advanced Security in the field
United Nations Department of Safety and Security. Amman, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Security training that was required for the internship at the International Organization of Migration
Manuscript Reviewer, Crime Law and Social Change
LANGUAGES Dutch (primary); Frisian (primary); English (proficiency in speaking, reading and writing); Spanish (proficiency in speaking and reading, basic skills in writing); German (proficiency in speaking and reading, basic skills in writing); French (proficiency in reading, basic skills in speaking and writing).