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  • About us
    Présentation du GERN Le Groupement européen de recherches sur les normativités GERN est apparu au milieu des années 1980 sous l impulsion de Philippe Robert Son domaine de recherche s étend à toutes les formes de déviance et de contrôle social en particulier les délinquances les institutions pénales les politiques publiques de sécurité ainsi que la place des questions pénales dans la société insécurité justice pénale justice des mineurs peines police sécurité privée politiques publiques de sécurité et de prévention création de la loi pénale violence économie informelle délinquance économique et financière relations des normes juridiques avec les autres normes sociales etc Pluridisciplinaire le consortium est principalement irrigué par la sociologie l histoire les sciences du politique et du droit la criminologie dans les pays où elle constitue une discipline à un moindre degré par l anthropologie ethnologie la démographie et l économie Aujourd hui le Groupement européen de recherche sur les normativités GERN est un réseau scientifique européen étendu sur dix pays qui réunit une quarantaine de centres et des chercheurs de différentes disciplines travaillant sur les normes et déviances Le réseau comprend également à titre d associés des centres de même spécialité situés dans d autres aires géographiques Canada Argentine Inde Enfin des accords de coopération le lient à d autres réseaux ou à des organismes scientifiques internationaux Le GERN s est doté progressivement d un savoir faire et d une culture de coopération mettant au point une gamme d outils de travail en commun journées Interlabos et journées d études séminaires de recherche colloques groupes de travail L animation du consortium est assurée par un organe délibérant et un exécutif Le premier est constitué d un conseil de groupement où sont représentés les différents pays et les diverses disciplines A côté prend place un comité scientifique L

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  • Interlabo
    droit dans la société contemporain Programme Contact Roberta Bisi This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Inscription This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it 28 novembre 2014 Gand Ghent University Quelques aspects de la légitimité policière We would like to invite you to the seminar Aspects of Police Legitimacy on Friday November 28 in Ghent This seminar is organised by the research group Urban Crime and Policing UCP department of Criminal Law and Criminology Ghent University in cooperation with GERN Groupe Européen de Recherche sur les Normativés CCCP Crime Criminology and Criminal Policy and Leuven Institute of Criminology University of Leuven In this seminar the results of two Phd projects about Police Legitimacy are shown both from another perspective In addition we are proud to announce that dr Ben Bradford Oxford University and dr Justice Tankebe University of Cambridge have agreed to reflect on both studies by means of a presentation The programme of this seminar can be found attached Participation at this GERN seminar is free of charge but registration beforehand is obliged To register please fill in the registration form see attachment and return before November 21 to This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Année 2013 Nouveaux modèles d enfermement des mineurs en France et en Belgique discussion autour de trois recherches récentes Bruxelles Université libre de Bruxelles Campus du Solbosch 22 mars 2013 Responsable Alice Jaspart Entre recherche formation et expertise l expérience de l Observatoire régional de la délinquance et des contextes sociaux Maison Méditerranéenne des Sciences de l Homme Aix en Provence Responsable Laurent Mucchielli 21 juin 2013 La Recherche en Prison Institut de Sociologie Université de Padoue 12 octobre 2013 Responsabes Giuseppe Mosconi et Francesca Vianello Université de Padoue La détention préventive et ses alternatives Pratiques et enjeux Bruxelles 13 décembre 2013 responsables Alexia Jonckheere et Eric Maes INCC Année 2012 Une évaluation de l administration de la justice pénale les nouveaux modes de traitement des délits Université de Nantes Laboratoire Droit et changement social Date 30 mars 2012 Création d un réseau d école doctorale d Europe du sud est University of Maribor Faculty of Criminal Justice Date 1er juin 2012 Les crimes d entreprises Entre négation et reconnaissance Une réflexion critique Università di Torino Dipartimento di Scienze Sociali Date 28 septembre 2012 Police et cohésion sociale Université de Gand Onderzoeksgroep Soiale Veiligheidsanalyse Date 14 Décembre 2012 Année 2011 Autour d une enquête de délinquance juvénile auto rapportée en Belgique ULB Université Libre de Bruxelles VUB Vrije Universiteit Brussel Responsables Dominique De Fraene ULB Jenneke Christiaens VUB 18 Mars 2011 Civic criminologies for late modern societies evidence and policy in European perspective Scottish centre for Crime and Justice Research Responsable Richard Sparks Date 13 Mai 2011 Victimations insécurité et territories Université de Versailles

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  • Seminars
    seminars will be invited both directly and through an open call Title Was Lombroso right The historical legacy of Neuroscience Location Vienna IfK December 17 18 2010 Contact information René Lévy This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Peter Becker This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Summary Taking the historical context of Lombroso s times and his impact the conference will discuss the multiple ways in which present day neuroscience takes up this historical legacy and locates the own epistemic enterprise within this tradition Are we asking the same questions as the biological criminology of the past but provide better answers or is the reference to Lombroso a mere invention of tradition Title Neuroscience Social science and the law Location Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg Delmenhorst Summary Neurolaw is a growing field of discourse There are several reasons for law s interest in neuroscience Both take the concept of the individual for granted both operate with the epistemic difference of normal pathological and both share an interest in prediction and prevention Reflexive social science can challenge these shared assumptions by taking a different epistemic starting point with the dyadic group constellation as basic epistemic concept Starting from this point has a number of methodological and theoretical consequences Title Neuroscientists as public intellectuals Location GERN Paris Summary Public intellectuals operate as translation devices to popularize scientific findings on the one hand while simultaneously acting in a political strategic context to enhance reputation viz funding of their discipline Different disciplines gain public media attention at different times Presently neuroscientists take the position of successful impresarios for their discipline The conference will address this issue and analyze in an exemplary fashion the mechanisms and problems highlighted in public discourse

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  • GERN Summer School
    present your research have it discussed by leading European researchers and if selected published in an edited book The summer school is probably most suited to research students in their second and third years The working language of the Summer School is English What does it include Presentations and discussion of research by doctoral students Lectures and discussion sessions with leading European researchers An opportunity to learn about criminology around Europe and meet other doctoral students An opportunity to submit your revised paper for publication What does it involve Doctoral students will need to send a detailed abstract of their paper two pages setting out their theoretical framework concepts and research findings research plans together with a letter of engagement from their supervisor agreeing to help them by 1 May 2015 We can admit up to about 24 students initial acceptance will be made known by 15 May 2015 Those students who have been initially accepted will need to send their paper to be discussed at the summer school of some 6 000 words in English by 31 July 2015 and final acceptance will be on receipt of the paper Abstracts letters and papers should be sent electronically to This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it and This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it What does it cost Students or their institutions will need to bear the cost of their own travel to Paris and accommodation and subsistence in Paris The cost of the conference will be 60 euros for students whose institution is a Gern member and 150 euros for students whose institution is not a member of Gern which will include tea and coffee lunches and an informal dinner for all the

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  • GERN Summer School 2012
    Publications Publications 2015 Ouvrages Chapitres d ouvrages Articles Publications 2014 Ouvrages Chapitres d ouvrages Articles Publications 2013 Ouvrages Chapitres d ouvrages Articles Call for projects Colloques appels à communications Appels à projets financements Contact You are here Home Program GERN Summer School GERN Summer School 2012 GERN Summer School 2012 GERN Doctoral Summer School The Economic Crisis and the Informal Economy in Europe Ghent University September 6 2012 The notion of the informal economy highly appeals to one s imagination partly due to its vagueness and comprehensiveness The major aim of this study day is to offer more insights into the phenomenon of the informal economy and its current manifestations throughout Europe Given the high pertinence the relations between the informal economy and the economic crisis are equally scrutinized Questions such as what is the informal economy what is the importance of the informal economy how can we understand this phenomenon what is the relation between the informal economy and the economic climate have a central position during this study day Two major approaches are combined an academic approach with contributions of different European academics and a field experience approach with contributions of Belgian experts in the field After a general introduction on the informal economy in Belgium its manifestations in practice are unfolded More specifically practitioners share their experiences and expertise related to informal activities in the sectors seasonal work and sex work In addition special attention will be given to the policy related to different forms of informality The afternoon sessions focus on the international perspective by analysing the informal economy in different sectors in varying countries P Ponsaers A Crawford J de Maillard J Shapland A Verhage eds Crime violence justice and social order Monitoring contemporary security issues GERN Research Paper Series nr 1 Buy the book

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  • GERN Summer School 2013
    Contact GERN Summer School 2013 Login Search Find Home Return Home Program About us Interlabo Seminars GERN Summer School GERN Summer School 2012 GERN Summer School 2013 GERN Summer School 2014 GERN Summer School 2015 Projet nouvelles technologies Agenda du Projet Analyse criminelle prédiction mode de preuve Histoire de l usage des technologies E justice Surveillance Cybercriminalité Conferences GERN s management Managing Board The Steering Committee Le comité scientifique Members Publications Publications 2015 Ouvrages Chapitres d ouvrages Articles Publications 2014 Ouvrages Chapitres d ouvrages Articles Publications 2013 Ouvrages Chapitres d ouvrages Articles Call for projects Colloques appels à communications Appels à projets financements Contact You are here Home Program GERN Summer School GERN Summer School 2013 GERN Summer School 2013 GERN Summer School The Moot Court School of Law Winter Street Sheffield S3 7ND 9 11 September 2013 Derniers articles Laurent Mucchielli L ethnicisation de la question sociale Entretien avec Laurent Mucchielli in Le Français aujourd hui Revue de l Association Française des Enseignants de Français 138 2014 37 40 Sophie Body Gendrot L évolution des stratégies de contrôle des risques urbains aux États Unis in Revue Orda 2 2014 Evelyne Baillergeau Governing public nuisance Collaboration and conflict regarding the

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  • GERN Summer School 2014
    Law University of Porto Portugal 4 6 September 2014 Venue and Date The third GERN Summer School for doctoral students will take place at the Faculty of Law School of Criminology University of Porto Portugal from Thursday 4 September to Saturday 6 September 2014 Aim of the GERN Summer School The GERN Summer School is directed at Doctoral students preferably in their second or third year undertaking doctoral research in a Groupement Européen de Recherche sur les Normativités GERN member institution The Summer School is an opportunity to present your research and debate it with European leading researchers The Summer School includes Presentations and discussion of PhD research work by doctoral students Discussion sessions with senior researchers Plenary lectures with relevant topics for PhD work development An opportunity to submit your revised paper for publication In addition it is an opportunity to meet senior researchers and other doctoral students undertaking criminology and criminal justice research from Europe Application and deadlines To make an application to the 3 rd GERN Summer School students will need to send by 9 May 2014 a detailed abstract of their paper two pages that includes the theoretical and conceptual framework methodologies and results expected results a letter of support from the PhD supervisor agreeing to help them These elements should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it and This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Initial acceptance will be made known by 16 May 2014 Those students who have been initially accepted will need to send their paper to be discussed at the Summer School of some 6 000 words in English or French by 25 July and final acceptance will be on receipt of the paper Important dates to remember Deadline Abstract submission and letter of support from PhD supervisor 28 April2014 Acceptance confirmation 16 May 2014 Paper submission 25 July 2014 Costs Students will bear the cost of their travel accommodation and subsistence at Porto The cost of the conference will be 45 Euros to include course material lunch coffee breaks and one informal dinner on the 5th September APPLICATION FORM Third GERN Doctoral Summer School on Criminology Security and Justice methodological and epistemological issues School of Criminology Faculty of Law University of Porto Portugal 4 6 September 2014 Name Postal Address University Research Institute E mail address Supervisors names and e mail addresses

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  • GERN Summer School 2015
    an opportunity to present your research have it discussed by leading European researchers and if selected published in an edited book The summer school is probably most suited to research students in their second and third years The working language of the Summer School is English What does it include Presentations and discussion of research by doctoral students Lectures and discussion sessions with leading European researchers An opportunity to learn about criminology around Europe and meet other doctoral students An opportunity to submit your revised paper for publication What does it involve Doctoral students will need to send a detailed abstract of their paper two pages setting out their theoretical framework concepts and research findings research plans together with a letter of engagement from their supervisor agreeing to help them by 1 May 2015 We can admit up to about 24 students initial acceptance will be made known by 15 May 2015 Those students who have been initially accepted will need to send their paper to be discussed at the summer school of some 6 000 words in English by 31 July 2015 and final acceptance will be on receipt of the paper Abstracts letters and papers should be sent electronically to This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it and This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it What does it cost Students or their institutions will need to bear the cost of their own travel to Paris and accommodation and subsistence in Paris The cost of the conference will be 60 euros for students whose institution is a Gern member and 150 euros for students whose institution is not a member of Gern which will include tea and coffee lunches and an informal dinner

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