In view of the developments of the Corona crisis and in keeping with the main topic "Prevention in the Digital World – Smart Prevention", the 25th German Prevention Congress was not held on site in Kassel, but was digital and interactive.
The 25th DPT-Digital on 28/29 September 2020 consisted of four areas:
- DPT-TV: Two days TV/Internet programme with many live elements
- DPT-online-seminars: 12 lectures are presented live online, participation is possible via the chat function
- DPT-Infopool: Various information material for the different programme items is available on the DPT-website
- DPT-Open House: On Monday evening you can have informal discussions with other congress participants in an easily accessible web format
Unfortunately, there was no specific Annual International Forum (AIF) this year with the digital congress. Most parts of the digital programme are in German language.
You can watch these parts of the 25. DPT in English translation:
- the opening session
- the panel discussion
- the closing session
Connected to the lectures originally planned for the International Forum in Kassel, numerous information materials have been posted to the DPT-Infopool, which are available online.
The thematic focus is “Smart Prevention – Prevention in the Digital World”. Please see the Congress expertise with the views of 17 experts on this topic in English language.
Background: The digital revolution is fundamentally changing our everyday lives and the way people live together. Direct effects on the prevention of violence and crime are obvious. New phenomena are emerging that require new answers. Established responses – from the criminal law classification to the appropriate prevention strategy – are not (yet) available at many points. Much remains open, which leads to uncertainties and fears. On the other hand there are various new opportunities that need to be identified and exploited. Thus, the 25. German Prevention Congress will devote itself to the prevention in the digital world in order to approach a vision of a “smart prevention“.