Symposium Program 2021

All times are Central European Summer Time (CEST)

Themes:

Gun violence: sound knowledge and countermeasures
Contemporary criminology
Tuesday 15
Wednesday 16
Agenda Tuesday 15 June
10:00
Opening Ceremony and Opening Discussion: Gun violence: sound knowledge and countermeasures. Researchers' advice to policy Room 1
Break 11:00 - 11:15
11:15
Promising approaches to gun violence prevention I Room 1
11:15
Modern challenges and opportunities in law enforcement and the justice system Room 2
11:15
Prevention of violence and sex crimes against women Room 3
11:15
Awareness, action and advocacy against gun violence and crime in Mexico I Room 4
11:15
Experiences from LookCrim in Portugal I Room 5
Lunch 12:00 - 13:00
13:00
Promising approaches to gun violence prevention II Room 1
13:00
Perspectives on borders and security in the EU Room 2
13:00
Two Swedish studies in criminology Room 3
13:00
Awareness, action and advocacy against gun violence and crime in Mexico II Room 4
13:00
Experiences from LookCrim in Portugal II Room 5
Break 13:45 - 14:00
14:00
Lethal use of firearms in Sweden. Levels and trends, and comparisons with other European countries Room 1
14:00
Studies on cybercrime Room 2
14:00
Harmful dissemination of private sexual images Room 3
14:00
Understanding youth criminality Room 4
14:00
Experiences from LookCrim in Portugal III Room 5
14:00
Qualitative methodologies in criminology Room 6
Break 14:45-15:00
15:00
The emerging science and practice of violence prevention Room 1
15:00
Preventing firearm and other violence Room 2
15:00
Populism in criminal policy - In honor of the late professor Ulla V Bondeson Room 3
15:00
Studies on firearm ownership Room 4
15:00
Contemporary transitional justice issues in Afghanistan, Honduras and the EU Room 5
15:00
Perspectives on restorative justice Room 6
Break 16:00-16:30
16:30
Three studies on gun-use and its consequences Room 1
16:30
Problems of measurements Room 2
16:30
Investing in the evidence base and improving the data infrastructure for gun violence in America Room 3
16:30
Three studies on violence and crackdowns against violence in Brazil. Sponsored by America Latina Crime and Policy Network - AL CAPONE Room 4
16:30
European Crime Prevention Network (EUCPN) Room 5
16:30
Studies on prison inmates and prison activities Room 6
Break 17:30-17:45
17:45
The prize winners' lecture Room 1
19:00
Prize award ceremony Room 1
Agenda Wednesday 16 June
10:00
Student panel I Room 1
10:00
Targeting gun violence and illicit firearms trafficking in Europe I Room 2
10:00
Spanish studies on unaccompanied foreign minors Room 3
10:00
Fostering successful crime prevention in South Korea I Room 4
10:00
Analyzing patterns of crime for improved policing I Room 5
Break 10:45 - 11:00
11:00
Student panel II Room 1
11:00
Targeting gun violence and illicit firearms trafficking in Europe II Room 2
11:00
Australian studies on victimization Room 3
11:00
Fostering successful crime prevention in South Korea II. Room 4
11:00
Two studies on homicide in Sweden Room 5
Break 11:45 - 12:00
12:00
Rape legislation based on the absence of consent. Swedish and Danish experiences . In assocation with the Nordic Research Council for Criminology (NSfK) Room 1
12:00
Studies of gun violence and legislation in the EU Room 2
12:00
Analyzing and treating ADHD in the context of criminality Room 3
12:00
Analyzing patterns of crime for improved policing II Room 4
12:00
Selected studies in criminology I Room 5
Lunch 12:45-13:45
13:45
Reconnecting desistance studies and classic criminological studies Room 1
13:45
Patterns in mass shootings and training in front of school shootings Room 2
13:45
Criminal markets - Innovative approaches to improving understanding and measurement I Room 3
13:45
Gendered perspectives on violence Room 4
13:45
Longitudinal life-course studies I Room 5
Break 14:30 - 14:45
14:45
Covid-19 and its consequences on crime Room 1
14:45
Detecting and policing gun violence Room 2
14:45
Criminal markets - Innovative approaches to improving understanding and measurement II Room 3
14:45
Understanding victims of sexual crime and domestic violence in the judicial process Room 4
14:45
Selected studies in criminology II Room 5
Break 15:30 - 16:00
16:00
Understanding and preventing violent extremism Room 1
16:00
Studies of children: criminality and crime prevention Room 2
16:00
Counteracting trafficking Room 3
16:00
Focusing on voluntary engagement Room 4
16:00
Longitudinal life-course studies II Room 5
16:00
Covid-19 and its consequences on families, delinquency and policing Room 6
Break 17:00 - 17:15
17:15
Jerry Lee Lecture Room 1