14 / VIth EDITION OF INTERNATIONAL SPRING COURSE


Crime Prevention through Criminal Law & Security Studies

24 – 29 March 2014   print this page

Course directors:

Davor Derenčinović, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Anna-Maria Getoš Kalac, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Richard Farkas, DePaul University, Chicago, United States
Michael Kilchling, Max Planck Institut, Freiburg, Germany
Charles E. Tucker, World Engagement Institute, Chicago, United States


Course description:

The course deals with crime and its prevention and is open to interested participants from academia (undergraduate students in higher years of study, postgraduate students, doctoral candidates), practice (governmental institutions, NGO etc.), journalists and others. The course format forsees the active involvement of participants through the formal debates and participant presentations (10-15 min on a course related topic of own choice) in the afternoon, as well as through the less formal discussions during the free time. Interested participants will have the possibility to present their own papers/PhD projects relevant to the topics before a competent panel of senior researchers and professionals. The working language is English.

The Course fee for participants is 180,00 Euro which include enrolment, participation in the lectures and student materials (participants are expected to make their own travel and accommodation arrangements and cover these costs - formal invitation letters for scholarschip applications may be sent to dedicated participants). The fee must be paid in advance by wire transfer. Further information on payment of the fee will be sent with the registration confirmation. In addition to the Course fee, all participants are reqiered to pay a 40,00 Euro fee to the IUC Dubrovnik upon arrival. All relevant information and detailed program is on-line available: http://www.pravo.unizg.hr/KP/crimeprevention


Course lecturers:

Dragan Primorac, University of Split, Croatia
Anna-Maria Getoš Kalac, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Aleksandar Maršavelski, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Davor Derenčinović, University of Zagreb, Croatia
Igor Vuletić, University of Osijek, Croatia
Howard Cabot, Arizona State University, United States
Michael Kilchling, Max Planck Institut, Freiburg, Germany
Janane El-Khoury, Lebanese University, Lebanon
Luis Arroyo Zapatero, Universidad de Castilla, La Mancha, Toledo, Spain
Petya Nestorova, Council of Europe, France
Richard Farkas, DePaul University, Chicago, United States


Work Schedule:

Sunday, March 23

Arrival of participants

Monday, March 24:

International Criminal Justice and New Security Challenges

10.00 - 10.30 Welcome and Introduction: Davor Derenčinović (University of Zagreb, Croatia)

10.30 – 11.15 Richard P. Farkas (DePaul University, United States of America): International Criminal Justice - Political Constraints

11.15 – 11.40 Coffee break

11.40 – 12.25 Hans-Jörg Albrecht (Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Germany): Security and the Cyberspace

12.25 – 13.00 Discussion

13.00 - 15.30 Lunch break

15.30 - 18.00 Discussion and Participant Presentations

Tuesday, March 25:

Trafficking in Human Beings

10.15 - 11.00 Petya Nestorova (Council of Europe, Anti-Trafficking Secretariat): Council of Europe Contribution to the Prevention of Trafficking in Human Beings

11.00 - 11.45 Sanja Milivojević (University of New South Wales, Australia): Trafficking in Human Beings in Borderless Europe

11.45 - 12.15 Coffee break

12.15 – 13.00 Dragan Primorac (University of Split,Croatia): Rapid DNA Method and Prevention of Trafficking in Human Beings

13.00 - 15.00 Lunch break

15.00 - 17.00 Dubrovnik Sightseeing

17.30 - 19.00 Discussion and Participant Presentations

Wednesday, March 26:

The Death Penalty and Human Rights Protection before War Courts

10.15 - 11.00 Luis Arroyo Zapatero (University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain): Global Coalition against Death Penalty

11.00 - 11.45 Anna-Maria Getoš (University of Zagreb, Croatia): The Theory of Cruelty in the Context of the Death Penalty as a Cruel and Inhumane Punishment

11.45 - 12.15 Coffee break

12.15 – 13.00 Howard Ross Cabot (Arizona State University and Perkins Coie LLP, United States of America): From Nuremburg and Tokyo to Guantanamo - A Historical Perspective with Special Focus on Practice Experience from the Guantanamo litigation

13.00 - 15.30 Lunch break

15.30 - 18.00 Discussion and Participant Presentations

Thursday, March 27:

Cybercrime and Economic Espionage

10.15 -11.00 Jose Luis de la Cuesta (University of the Basque Country, Spain): Criminological and Victimological Perspectives on Cybercrime

11.00 - 11.45 Igor Vuletić (University of Osijek, Croatia): Applicability of Traditional Substantive Criminal Law Concepts to Contemporary Cybercrime

11.45 - 12.15 Coffe Break

12.15 – 13.00 Michael Kilchling (Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Germany): Economic Espionage – Causes and Consequences

13.00 - 15.30 Lunch break

15.30 - 18.00 Discussion and Participant Presentations

Friday, March 28:

Conclusions

10.15 - 11.00 Final Discussion & Course Conclusions: Marta Dragičević Prtenjača and Aleksandar Maršavelski

(University of Zagreb, Croatia)

11.00 – 12.00 Closing remarks by Course Directors

Departure of participants