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Research group leader and Associate Professor Nandor Knust will attend the event on behalf of the UiT research group on Crime Control and Security Law.
Artem Galushko, a member of the research group on ‘Crime Control and Security Law’ (CCSL), has received the Marie Skłodowska-Curie postdoctoral fellowship (MSCA-PF) to conduct research on cyber warfare and critical infrastructure.
August last year, the research group on Crime Control and Security Law organized a conference in Tromsø on Crime Control, Security and New technologies. Christian Thönnes, Doctoral Researcher at the Max Planck Insitute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany has written a report on the conference for the New Journal of European Criminal Law.
“Constitutionalizing Transitional Justice - How Constitutions and Constitutional Courts Deal with Past Atrocity”
Research group member Artem Galushko has contributed a chapter to the anthology
"State-Building, Rule of Law, Good Governance and Human Rights in Post-Soviet Space".
The conference will be held on August 29th and 30th in Tromsø.
The masterclass is organized by Nandor Knust in collaboration with Prof. Valsamis Mitsilegas (Queen Mary University London) and Dr. Emmanouil Billis (Max Planck Institute Freiburg).
Associate professor Martin Hennig has published an article on the subject in Nordisk Tidsskrift for Kriminalvidenskab (Nordic Journal of Criminal Science).
On November 18th, Professor John Winterdyk will speak on the subject of “Red Light human trafficking: The elusive enigma of modern-day slavery” for the research group on Crime Control and Security Law. Winterdyk is a professor in criminology at Mount Royal University in Calgary, Canada.
A new interdisciplinary research group based at the Faculty of Law is trying to find the answer.