Confronting dilemmas of pre-trial detention
Date: 06. November 2017 10:00
Location: Ministry of Justice, Museumstraße 7, 1070 Wien
Daesh and the “new” terror recruits
50 years of terrorism research has failed to identify a terrorist profile. Research in this field has pointed out the incredible variety of individual psychology and socio-demographic features. More than anything, we have thus far believed that terrorists are not crazy, are usually idealists who end up using violence in pursuit of their political goals. Emerging data on the Daesh recruits in Europe seem to contradict these conventional assumptions in that: many of them have criminal backgrounds, little ideological and religious knowledge, come from disadvantaged socio-economic groups and some seem to suffer from psychological problems. Are we dealing with a paradigm shift? Or is it a regional specificity? After all, some studies have observed clear differences among European countries with regard to socio-economic background. What are the profiles and the drivers of jihadists and terrorists here in Austria and in our immediate vicinity? What are the connections between the scenes?
Date: 29. March 2017 18:00
Location: Austrian Institute for International Affairs (oiip), Berggasse 7, 1090 Vienna
Desistance and Restorative Justice
Veronika Hofinger will present the findings of a European reseearch project on Desistance and Restorative Justice at the final conference of the MARGIN project that will be held in Budapest (Hungary) from the 3rd to the 5th of April 2017.
Date: 04. April 2017 09:30
Restorative Justice and Intimate Partner Violence
Date: 26. January 2016 09:30
Alternative - Final Conference
On behalf of the partners in the project ALTERNATIVE, we would like to invite you to attend the final conference and/or submit an abstract: JUSTICE AND SECURITY IN INTERCULTURAL EUROPE: EXPLORING ALTERNATIVES (Leuven, 16-18 November 2015).
Date: 16. November 2015 14:00
Location: Leuven, Belgium