In partnership with the University of Bucharest’s Faculty of Law, the European Society of Criminology will host its 20th EUROCRIM annual conference on September 10th and 11th, 2020. Pablo Madriaza, from the UNESCO-PREV Chair, will participate in the event as a panelist.
In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, EUROCRIM2020 will be held entirely online.
The conference will feature working group meetings on topics such as victimology, restorative justice or collateral consequences of criminal records, as well as numerous panels. As of August 9th, 2020, more than thirty panels were on the programme.
Pablo Madriaza, the UNESCO-PREV Chair’s scientific coordinator, will take part in hate crime discussions and address methodological challenges in the evaluation of PVE programmes on September 11th, 2020. More precisely, his event titled “Panel 100: Bias motivation, extremism, terrorism” will take place from 14h30 to 15h45 and will be facilitated by Daniela Peterka-Benton from Montclair State University. Mr. Madriaza will present his systematic review’s preliminary results.
To attend the event and register, click here.
About the European Society of Criminology
Founded in 2000, the European Society of Criminology aims to bring together in Europe persons actively engaged in research, teaching and/or practice in the field of criminology. The Society wishes to foster criminological scholarship, research, education and training, and to encourage scholarly, scientific and practical exchange and cooperation among criminologists in Europe and elsewhere. Its objective is further to serve as a forum for the dissemination of criminological knowledge at the European level.
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