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Pre-aranged panel presentations on 30.8.2018. 08:30:00

Chair Title Date & time Building & room Mark for export
Matthew Ashby

WG-PLACE: Data innovations: measurement, sources and comparisons 30.8.2018.
8:30
A
01
John Winterdyk

Contextualizing modern-day responses to human trafficking: Moving the agenda forward 30.8.2018.
8:30
A
12
Krisztina Farkas

Criminal Law Protection of Cultural Property: a Multidimensional Approach 30.8.2018.
8:30
A
13
Katja Franko

From borders & criminology to border criminology (Working Group Immigration, Crime and Citizenship) 30.8.2018.
8:30
A
14
Gorazd MeŇ°ko

BC Victimology panel 30.8.2018.
8:30
A
31
Maximo Sozzo

Criminology and the Global South 30.8.2018.
8:30
B
01
Friedrich Lösel

Mind the Gap: the potential and reality of relationships between (ex)prisoners, their partners and families 30.8.2018.
8:30
B
21
Rutger Leukfeldt

Cybercrime: different research methods to study cybercriminals 30.8.2018.
8:30
B
31
Atanas Rusev

Financing of Human Trafficking 30.8.2018.
8:30
D
01
Professor Mike Rowe

Police education and professionalisation: Critical international perspectives 30.8.2018.
8:30
E
01
Barbora Hola

International criminal courts and tribunals: role, functioning and (potential) contributions - Sponsored by the European Criminology Group on Atrocity Crimes and Transitional Justice (ECACTJ) 30.8.2018.
8:30
E
02
Helmut Kury, University of Freiburg, Max-Planck-Institute for foreign and international penal law (pens.), helmut.kury@web.de

Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Central European Countries: Reality, Politics and Creation of Fear Societies 30.8.2018.
8:30
G
12
Claire Fox

Young people, stigma and criminalisation 30.8.2018.
8:30
G
21
Sebastian Roche

Police-Citizen Relations in Comparative Perspective 30.8.2018.
8:30
G
22