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  • Child Sexual Abuse Reduction Research Network (CSARRN) Inaugural workshop
    Adelaide, 4 - 5 December 2023
    Child sexual abuse is a complex and harmful crime type that requires multi-sector collaboration to address. This workshop will bring together leading researchers and practitioners from around the world to share their research on combatting child sexual abuse, and foster new connections. The workshop will cover a wide range of relevant topics, including understanding offender behaviour patterns and pathways, new investigatory methods and approaches, artificial intelligence and machine learning, the use of offender-based interventions and prevention initiatives, as well as the provision of support to victim-survivors. 
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European Crime Prevention Conference 2024

Call for abstracts

The European Crime Prevention Conference is a biennial conference organised by the Secretariat of the EUCPN and funded by the European Commission. The Conference offers a forum to share knowledge and experiences regarding crime prevention across the European Union. It welcomes policymakers, practitioners and academics, but maintains a consistent focus on the frontline. The next edition will take place on 17 and 18 April 2024 in Tallinn, Estonia. 

The European Crime Prevention Conference is seeking contributions on effective prevention strategies for organised crime. Our primary focus area is the prevention of the recruitment of young people into organised crime as well as the administrative approach to tackle serious and organised crime. Contributions should address the design and implementation of effective prevention initiatives (projects, programmes) from a practitioners’ point of view, including the challenges faced and results achieved. We are also interested in contributions that explore the necessary conditions (e.g. policy frameworks, stakeholder involvement) for the evidence-based prevention of organised crime, as well as in contributions that present new research insights and in particular their implications for the prevention of organised crime.

Abstracts for oral presentations can be submitted by filling in the template before 15 December 2023. The presentation language is English. We can host a limited number of presenters; abstracts will be considered on a rolling basis. Accepted presenters will be notified at the latest on 31 January 2024, and will have their travel costs reimbursed.