Anneloes Hoff joined the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies in 2015. Her research, supported by the ESRC scholarship, focuses on corporate-community relations and public participation in decision-making on large-scale mining in Colombia.

Anneloes graduated summa cum laude from University College Roosevelt (Utrecht University, the Netherlands), where she completed a BA (Hons) in International Law and Politics with a minor in Research Methods and Statistics. She also spent a semester at Lund University (Sweden), where she focused on International Development and International Political Economy. Her bachelor thesis was selected as the Overall Winner in International Relations and Politics at the 2014 Undergraduate Awards, an international competition for undergraduate research.


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Research Interests

Corporate-Community Relations; Corporate Social Responsibility; Extractive Industries; Mining; Natural Resources; Business and Human Rights; Corporate Accountability; Legal Mobilisation; Rights-Based Advocacy; Socio-Legal Studies; Legal Anthropology; Ethnographic Research

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