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Julia Drubel

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Julia Drubel

Research Associate
at the Professorship for International Relations

On Maternity Leave since 12th of October 2019

Address

Justus Liebig University Giessen
Department of Political Science

Karl-Gloeckner-Strasse 21E

D-35394 Giessen

Contact

Philosophikum II Room E216c

☎ +49 641 99-23116

Office Hours

Appointments after consultation

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Philosophikum II Room E201

☎ +49 641 99-23110

Fax: +49 641 99-23119

CV

CV

Since 04/2019

Research Associate at the Department of Political Science, Professorship for International Relations, at Justus Liebig University Giessen.

 

03/2016 – 03/2019

Research Associate of the project “When Religions Communicate: The Inter-religious Dialogue and the Global Norm of Freedom of Religion”, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) at the Chair of International Relations

 

08/2017 – 09/2017

Visiting scholar at International Labour Organization (ILO) in Geneva: Visiting scholar for Branch Fundamentals. Paper-project (work in progress) Forced Labour in Special Economic Zones, working title: Space and control - Examining forced labour in the global economy.

 

04/2014 – 03/2016

Research Associate at the Department of Political Science, Professorship for International Relations, at Justus Liebig University Giessen.

 

01/2013 – 04/2013

Internship for the Regional Office South Caucasus of the Friedrich-Ebert-Foundation (FES) in Tiblisi, Georgia.

 

10/2010 – 09/2013

M.A. Peace and Conflict Studies at Phillips-University Marburg.

 

03/2010 – 04/2010

Assistant Researcher Münster Barometer (Population Survey) at Department of Sociology of the Westphalian Wilhem’s-University Muenster.

 

09/2009 – 12/2009

Internship/ Assistant Researcher for the GIZ project “Sustainable Economic Development” in Bischkek, Kyrgyzstan.

 

05/2008 – 12/2010

B.Sc. European Studies at University Twente in Enschede.

 

10/2006 – 12/2010

(Public Administration B.A.) Political Science at the Westphalian Wilhelms-University Muenster.

Research Areas

Research Areas
  • IR theories
  • Global Social and Economic Governance
  • PhD project: Forced Labour in Global Production – Explaining nation for Reluctant Compliance to the Norm of the Prohibition of Forced Labour.

The prevalence of forced labour is specifically high in the field of economic labour exploitation, with 16 million affected people. Forced labour is a global phenomenon and is found in every region of the world. This constantly high number implies the non-compliance to relevant International Labour Organization (ILO)-instruments by states is widespread and partly severe. The projects poses the question: Why states do not, or only insufficiently, comply with the norm of the prohibition of forced labour. Norm Research in International Relations provides a set of explanations, which have to be examined empirically. This includes document analyses and semi-structured expert interviews to reveal case-specific explanations and causal connections. The project, therefore, provides an explorative and theory-led contribution to the analysis of forced labour as an issue of globalisation.

Publications and Lectures

Publications and Lectures

Publications

Drubel, Julia (2019): Regulation by visibility. New forms of global social governance, in: Global Social Policy, 40 (2), online first. Permanent link: https://doi.org/10.1177/1468018118820732.


Breitmeier, Helmut/ Drubel, Julia/ Finke, Christopher (2018): Die Normkontestation der Religions- und Weltanschauungsfreiheit: Verständigungspotenziale interreligiöser Dialoginitiativen, in: Sander, Wolfgang/Müller, Stefan (Eds.) 2018: Bildung in der postsäkularen Gesellschaft, Weinheim (Beltz), 124-144.


Drubel, Julia (i.E.): Decent work in a globalized economy – a contested responsibility?, in: Vetterlein, Antje/Hansen-Magnusson, Hannes (Eds.): Handbook on Responsibility, London (Routledge).


Mende, Janne/ Drubel, Julia (submitted): At the Junction: Business Responsibility for Modern Slavery, at 12.11.2018.

 

Conference Contributions

Breitmeier, Helmut/ Drubel, Julia/ Finke, Christopher (2018): Religious Freedom: The Contribution of Interreligious Dialogue Initiatives to a Corner-stone of Modern Democratic Societies. Conference Paper for the General Conference for the ECPR 22.08.-25.08.2018, Hamburg.


Drubel, Julia (2018): Global Social Governance: Unfolding the Effects of Global Regulatory Complexes on Decent Work in Central Asia. Conference Paper for the ISA World Congress of Sociology 15.07.-21.07.2018 Toronto.


Breitmeier, Helmut/ Drubel, Julia/ Finke, Christopher (2018): Die Religions- und Weltanschauungsfreiheit als Gegenstand des interreligiösen Dialogs: Beiträge zur Verwirklichung einer umstrittenen Norm? Presented at the Annual Conference of the DVPW working group „Politics and Religion“; 22.03.-24.03.2018, Catholic Academy Berlin.


Breitmeier, Helmut/ Drubel, Julia/ Finke, Christopher (2017): Norm Contestation in Transnational Interreligious Dialogue: Freedom of Religion and Belief. Conference Paper for the ‚Fifth Open Sectional Conference‘ of the Section ‚International Relations‘ of the German Association for Political Science (DVPW), 04.10.-06.10.2017, Bremen.


Drubel, Julia (2016): The Politics of Numbers: Slavery, its Modern Forms and Forced Labour within the ILO Global Monitoring Regime, Conference Paper for the General Conference of the ECPR, 07.09.-10.09.2016, Prague.


Drubel, Julia (2016): Regulation by Visibility: Systems of Quantification within the ILO’s Decent Work Strategy, Conference Paper for the International Conference: Dimensions of Global Social Policy, 18.07.-20.07.2016, Bielefeld.


Drubel, Julia (2015): Capitalist Diversity and Space within Critical IPE – From the ‘Underside of Globalization’ to a Systematic Examination of Forced Labour, Conference Paper for the 9th Pan-European Conference on International Relations: The World of Violence der EISA, 23.09.-26.09.2015 Giardini Naxos, Sicilia.

 

Lectures

Breitmeier, Helmut/ Drubel, Julia/ Finke, Christopher (2017): Normkontestation als Herausforderung der Religions- und Weltanschauungsfreiheit – Potenziale der Überwindung im interreligiösen Dialog (Norm Contestation as Challenge for Freedom of Religion and World-View, in german). Lecture during the confernce „Human Rights, Freedom of Religion – an Active and Passive Challenge“ hosted by the Schader Foundation, DVPW, and the Humboldt-Viadrina Centers on Governance through Human Rights, 08.12.2017, Darmstadt.


Mende, Janne/ Drubel, Julia (2017): Business Responsibility and Modern Slavery: An Interlaced Analysis, Paper presented in the Business & Society Manuscript Development Workshop: Modern Slavery in Business - Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the ‘Shadow Economy’ des International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility der Nottingham University Business School, 22.06.-23.06.2017, Nottingham.


Drubel, Julia (2015): Global effects on the organization of labour. Forced labour in the global economy, Presentation of the PhD project at the Lucerne Master Class 2015: Markets and Democracy with Prof. Wolfang Streeck, 28.09.-02.10.2015, Lucerne.