Biannual Global Criminology Network Conference

Biannual Global Criminology Network Conference

‘After Conviction’

VU University Amsterdam

Location: NSCR

September 19 and 20, 2016

 

Local organizing committee:

Joris van Wijk

Anne-Marie Slotboom

Sonja Meijer

 

Program

Monday 19 September

8.30-9.00            Coffee/Tea

9.00-9.30            Welcome and opening remarks, symposium aims – Wim Huisman

 

Incapacitation       

Chair:                  Anne-Marie Slotboom (VU University)

9.30-10.15                

The effect of family incarceration on maternal parenting

Susan Dennison & Kirsten Besemer (Griffith University)

 

10.15-11.00

Relationships, motherhood and female desistance: Constructions of post-release lives       

Elanie Rodermond (VU University)

 

11.00-11.30        Coffee/Tea

 

11.30-12.15

Reluctant care of the doubly stigmatized: Reflections on mental health care in the US

Andrea Wexler,  Ineke Haen Marshall &, Alisa Lincoln  (Northeastern University)

 

12.15-13.00

‘Freedom, so close but yet so far. Ambivalent feelings about custodial sentences close to or within society’

Helene De Vos & Elli Gilbert (KU Leuven)

 

13.00- 14.00       Lunch

 

Rehabilitation and Reintegration

Chair:                  Lonneke Stevens (VU University)

 

14.00-14.45             

Does restorative justice conferencing reduce recidivism by young  offenders? Outcomes based on matched samples of a longitudinal cohort examining efficacy by offence type       

Simon Little (Griffith University)

 

14.45-15.30

European perspectives on rehabilitation

Sonja Meijer (VU University)

 

15.30-16.00        Coffee/Tea

 

16.00-16.45

Qualitative findings from a pilot test of the environmental  corrections model of probation and parole

Lacey Schaefer  (Griffith University)

 

16.45                   Drinks

 

19.00                   Group dinner

 

Tuesday 20 September

8.30-9.00           Coffee/tea

International crimes, responses and rehabilitation

Chair:                  Stephan Parmentier (KU Leuven)

 

9.00-9.45

Life course and careers of sentenced perpetrators of atrocity crimes in Post    war Germany: Social support and normative climates

Susanne Karstedt (Griffith University)

 

9.45-10.30

Rehabilitation of war criminals

Barbora Hola & Joris van Wijk (VU University)

 

10.30-10.45        Coffee/tea

Reflections

Chair:                  Henk Elffers (VU University)

 

10.45-11.30

‘Durkheim’s revenge: Reflections on the aftermath of the Dutroux-case’

Tom Daems (KU Leuven)

 

11.30-12.15         

Security Challenges of the 21st Century: The Changing Nature of Risk and Security

Glenn Pierce (Northeastern University)

 

12.15-12.45

Future directions of the GCN

Jack Greene (Northeastern University)

 

12.45 -13.00       Closing of the conference

 

13.00-14.00        Lunch

 

GCN Conference Amsterdam 19 20 Sept program

 

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