Congress Programme

Englischsprachige Programminhalte / Programme parts in English language

Plenumsveranstaltungen / Plenary Sessions

Mon, 10:30 - 12:00
Eröffnungsplenum / Opening Panel (simultaneous translation)
Mon, 14:00 - 16:00
Evaluation in der Extremismusprävention bedarfsgerecht und erfolgreich gestalten / Designing evaluation in the prevention of extremism in a demand-oriented and successful way (simultaneous translation
Dr. Julian Junk, Leibniz-Institut Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung (HSFK)
Mona Klöckner, Leibniz-Institut Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung (HSFK)
Lisa Neef, Ministerium des Innern des Landes NRW
Dr. Götz Nordbruch, ufuq.de
Sina Tultschinetski, Leibniz-Institut Hessische Stiftung Friedens- und Konfliktforschung (HSFK)
Tue, 15:00 - 16:00
Abschlussplenum / Closing Panel (simultaneous translation)

Internationales Forum / International Forum

Mon, 12:30 - 14:00
Crime prevention takeaways from the 14th UN Crime Congress
You will be interested in this contribution if you are interested in international perspectives on effective crime prevention.
Juma Assiago, UN-Habitat
Johannes De Haan, United Nations
Prof. Dr. Douglas Durán Chavarría, United Nations Latin American Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders (ILANUD)
Prof. Dr. Irvin Waller, University of Ottawa
Mon, 14:30 - 16:00
Human-centred design for LEA innovation
You will be interested in this contribution if you want to learn about the results of the Cutting Crime Impact EU project. It shows how Law Enforcement Agencies can better scope problems and develop effective solutions that will actually be used — for six LEAs across Europe.
Professor Caroline L. Davey, University of Salford
Maximilian Querbach, Landeskriminalamt Nordrhein-Westfalen
Dr. Roberta Signori, Greater Manchester Police
Andrew B. Wootton, University of Salford
Mon, 16:30 - 18:00
Reoffending extremists
You will be interested in this contribution if you are working in rehabilitation, deradicalisation or exit support with extremist offenders, seeking to improve your understanding of risk management and preventing recidivism.
Katrin Koller, NEUSTART
Steven Lenos, Radicalisation Awareness Network Practitioners
Robert Örell, Independent Expert & Co-leader of the RAN Rehabilitation Working Group
Dr. Susanna Z. Papp, Foresee Research Group
Ole Stageberg, University College of Norwegian Correctional Service (KRUS)
Tue, 09:00 - 10:30
Challenges for Preventing Youth Violence in Cyberspace
You will be interested in this contribution if you work on the topics of social media, youth, violence prevention and are interested in international exchange and global learning in cyberspace.
Joanna Atkinson, Strengthening the Reconciliation Processes in Sri Lanka (SRP)
Björn Kunter, Love Storm
Dr. Klaus H. Schreiner, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Shatha Sheikh Youssef, 7amleh - The Arab Center for Social Media Advancement
Tue, 11:00 - 12:30
INSPIRE; seven strategies to end violence against children.
You will be interested in this contribution if you are interested in adapting and scaling-up evidence-based violence prevention programmes particularly in low-resource settings.
Faye Alma Balanon, UNICEF
Dr Regina Benevides, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Dr Glenda de Rama Relova, Department of Social Welfare and Development
Remilene C Marcelino
Sabine Rakotomalala, Global Partnership to End Violence against Children

Infostände / Information Stands

The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) - World Campus
You will be interested in this contribution if you're interested in a world-leading online Master's programme in Homeland Security/Emergency Management/Public Health Preparedness.

Posterpräsentationen

Hands-on Tools for Police Crime Prevention in Europe
You will be interested in this contribution when you are interested in police crime prevention in Europe, the design thinking approach or the CCI Insecurity LifeCycle Model, which further differentiates previous approaches to measuring feelings of insecurity.
Margo Molkenbur, DPT – Deutscher Präventionstag gGmbH
, DPT – Deutscher Präventionstag gGmbH

Presentation on Demand (PoD)

Family-based crime: an EUCPN toolbox on effective prevention
You will be interested in this contribution if you are interested in a presentation that introduces the EUCPN's Toolbox on preventing family-based crime. Family-based crime presents a challenge to preventionists and law enforcements.
Dr. Stijn Aerts, European Crime Prevention Network (EUCPN)
Constructing a nightlife strategy at the local level
You will be interested in this contribution if you work in or with cities with an increasingly dynamic nightlife that want to implement a structured nightlife governance in order to tackle night-related security and prevention issues and harness its economic and attractiveness potential.
Martí Navarro Regàs, European Forum for Urban Security (EFUS)
Evaluating Multi-Agency Working in extremism prevention
You will be interested in this contribution if you look for information on violent extremism on local level approached through multi-agency working (MAW).
Dr. Noel Klima, Ghent University
From Research to Action: Activating Strategies for Violence
You will be interested in this contribution if you look for information on retrofitting in real time: Adjusting Policy and Practice during times of crisis to save lives and build peaceful communities grounded on research, supported by networks and backed by expertise.
Rachel Locke, Impact:Peace at the Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice
Use of civil remedies to deter crime
You will be interested in this contribution if you are interested in an appraisal of crime prevention from an international perspective.
Prof. Dr. Dr. Grygorii Moshak, Odessa National Maritime University
Pandemic Preparedness from the Security Research Perspective
You will be interested in this contribution if you are interested in a critical international perspective on prevention in the context of COVID-19.
Prof. Dr. Alexander Siedschlag, The Pennsylvania State University (Penn State)
Safety Measurement System in Swedish Policing 1998 – 2021
You will be interested in this contribution if you are interested in information about an innovative system in Sweden for policing crime-fighting, disorder and victimization, with special emphazise on how the system facilitates crime prevention work.
Kjell Elefalk, Trygghet och management AB