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- Bulletin mensuel de l’Observatoire national de la délinquance (OND), avril 2009: http://www.inhes.interieur.
* DIU « Victimologie », Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 (Resp. Liliane Daligand).
* DU « Sciences criminelles », Institut de criminologie (Resp. Jacques Henri Robert).
* Master 2 recherche, « Domaine : droit / Mention : droit privé et sciences criminelles / Spécialité : droit pénal et procédure pénale » (Resp. Elisabeth Fortis et Pierrette Poncela).
* Third Annual International Forum (AIF) within the German Congress on Crime Prevention (GCOCP), Hannover, Germany, June 2009. On June 8 and 9 2009 the 3rd AIF will take place in Hanover in line with the 14th GCOCP. The AIF will present lectures of international crime prevention experts as well as national and international Project Spots (all in English language). International, non-German speaking participants, can also join the GCOCP: Hear the opening and closing plenum (English simultaneous translation), experience the exhibition (were over 150 institutions displaying their work), and take part in the evening reception.
Since the GCOCP is one of the biggest congresses in crime prevention with over 2.500 participants every year since 1995 in different German cities, this is your chance to network and discover new approaches in crime prevention.
On the homepage http://www.gcocp.org you'll find all information needed. See also the attached PDF-File. We hope very much to see you in Hanover! Erich Marks and Dr. Marc Coester, German Congress on Crime Prevention – GCOCP. Coordinator International Affairs. Am Waterlooplatz 5 A, 30169 Hanover, Germany. Fon: 0049 - (0)511 - 120-5263, Fax: 0049 - (0)511 - 120-99-5263
Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Page: http://www.gcocp.org
* Stockholm Prize and Stockholm Criminology Sympostium, Stockholm, Sweden, June 2009.
The independent global jury has awarded the 2009 Stockholm Prize in Criminology for field research and criminological theory on the causes and prevention of genocide to a Canadian-American academic and an Argentinian jurist. The Prize will be shared by Raul Zaffaroni of the Supreme Court of Argentina, and John Hagan of Northwestern University in Illinois, USA. They will be presented with the Prize on June 23 in a banquet at Stockholm City Hall. The Stockholm Criminology Symposium 2009 will be held in Stockholm, Sweden, June 22-24.
This year's program themes are; When Mankind is the Victim, Counteracting Organised Crime
Program.The opening day (June 22) will consist of presentations of papers followed by a welcome reception in the evening. The reception will be held at Aula Magna, Stockholm University.
Day Two (June 23) will begin with an official inauguration by the Minister for Justice Beatrice Ask followed by a panel discussion on youth crime. The ordinary program will continue with an introductory plenary session, followed by a number of seminars and panels on the themes. The prize winners' lectures will take place in the afternoon. In the evening all participants are invited to the symposium dinner at the Stockholm City Hall, where the award ceremony for the Stockholm Prize in Criminology will be held. On Day Three (June 24) the seminars and panels will continue.
* Victims in Europe | 23rd Annual Conference of Victim Support Europe | Lisbon | June 2009. The Hyperlink related to that conference as given in the last circular mail has failed a couple of times when persons tried to get access. Please find here then new hyperlink as provided by the organizers: http://apav.pt/vine/ .
* Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology: Ljubljana, Slovenia, in September 2009. Homepage of the Conference : http://esc.sazu.si/
CRIMINOLOGY AND CRIME POLICY BETWEEN HUMAN RIGHTS AND EFFECTIVE CRIME CONTROL. 9 – 12 September 2009, Ljubljana, Slovenia. The ESC Conferences are definitively Europe no. 1 meeting point for eminent lecturers, researches and other professionals from the field of criminology. The 2009 organizing institutions agreed on devoting the utmost attention to the dilemma of exploring the effectiveness of crime policy and protection of human rights. The crime policy has been facing a major problem today: whether or not a balance could be found between the standards of human rights protection in this area and the ever stronger demand for greater effectiveness which – as far as we are aware of – could be achieved only at the expense of the former.
* Nils Christie: Special Lecture. The Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law at the University of Oslo has just created a webpage on Youtube. To see a lecture given by professor emeritus Nils Christie, providing an account of some of the major themes in his work as well as discussing his upcoming book, please see: http://www.youtube.com/user/
* The State of Crime in Australia 2008: Recent Facts and Figures. The Australian Institute of Criminology has released: Australian crime: facts & figures 2008
The compendium of national statistics on crime in Australia is intended to serve as a ready reference. It covers different types of recorded crimes, their place of occurrence, offenders and their progress through courts and the corrections system, and government resources directed to deal with crime.
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