13 Jan Van Wersch Springplank Prize for Hoko Horii
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On Thursday 10 January the annual Meijers Prizes were awarded for the best published article, per faculty research program, by researchers in the pre-promotion phase. The winners received a certificate and a sum of money to spend on their research.
Two of the seven winners were also awarded the Van Wersch Springplank Prize. This prize amounts to a maximum of € 10,000 for scientific publications by active and talented researchers in the field of medical/pharmaceutical and legal research. One of the winners is KITLV researcher Hoko Horii who won the award for her article ‘Pluralistic legal system, pluralistic human rights?: Teenage pregnancy, child marriage and legal institutions in Bali‘, in The Journal of Legal Pluralism and Unofficial Law.
Image: Ruben van Uden and Hoko Horii received the Van Wersch Springplank Prize – Leiden University.