Saskia Rademaker

Saskia Rademaker has been with the Sen Foundation since its establishment in 2008. She obtained her Master’s degree in Political Science from Leiden University in 2008 and was the first researcher at the Sen Foundation between 2008 and 2011. She did extensive research for the publication Negen Plagen Tegelijk, and for other publications such as From War to the Rule of Law: Peacebuilding after Violent Conflicts or Rechtstaat in Ontwikkelingslanden by Joris Voorhoeve. Since 2011, she has been working at the research group (lectoraat) on International Peace, Justice and Security at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. Activities included the development and coordination of the minor Peacebuilding after Conflict, being a jury member at the Third Hague Peace Conference and being involved in the Summer School for a number of years in cooperation with the Sen Foundation. She is currently a researcher and coordinator of the Dutch Handbook on International Relations (soon to be published). Also, she supervises interns at the research group at THUAS. Besides doing research herself, Saskia works as policy advisor on research at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. About the Sen Foundation Saskia says: “It is absolutely amazing to see how the Sen Foundation has grown the past couple of years and has inspired so many students and young professionals to contribute to international relations. In this time, it has published good articles, established new university courses, organized study trips and even co-founded a foundation for refugees.”

Saskia’s publications can be found here.