Bart Kleine Deters
7. Social Protection
4. Governance and institutions
Bart Kleine Deters is a PhD fellow since September 2015. His research concerns linkages between human rights and socio-economic development. He is specifically interested in how national human rights law can help shape development outcomes. To study this, the dissertation focuses on primary education in Sub-Sahara Africa and Latin America and the Caribbean. In doing so, it contributes to Sustainable Development Goal #4.
He holds a MSc. in Public Policy and Human Development from Maastricht University and UNU-MERIT, where he specialised in Social Protection Policy Design and Financing. Prior to that, he studied European law at the LLB level, and international law (with a specialisation in human rights) at the LLM level, both at Maastricht University.