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ACADEMIC YEAR 2016/2017

 

1.  April 28, 2017: Dña. María Izco, graduate in Criminology and research fellow at the University of Málaga. “Crime in foreign youth and their situation in prison”.

2. March 24, 2017: Dña. Leticia Rubio Lamia, doctor in Medicine and professor hired doctor of the University of Malaga. "Macroscopic and genetic study of mineralized samples submitted to heat for forensic identification purposes in victims".

3. February 24, 2017: Dña. Berta Moreno Küstner, doctor in Psychology and titular professor of University of Málaga. "Suicidal behavior in extrahospital emergencies in Málaga".

4. January 26, 2017: Dña. Beatriz Cruz Márquez, professor assistant doctor of the University of Cádiz. "Beyond the difference: the application of the placement of minors in Spain".

5. December 22, 2016: Dña. Rosa del Mar Rodríguez Vela, director Andalusian of Institute of Women in Málaga. "The role of the Andalusian Institute for Women in the fight against gender violence in adolescence".

6. November 17, 2016: Dña. Myriam Ramírez Córdoba, coordinator of the therapeutic area of ​​Proyecto Hombre Málaga. "The intervention in Proyecto Hombre from a Biopsychosocial Model".

7. October 28, 2016: D. Daniel Cuadras, coordinator of the center for the execution of the sanctioning measure of coexistence in an educational group of the Meridianos Association.

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2015/2016

 

1. October 16, 2015: D. Juan Miguel Avellaneda and Dña. Almudena Francos presented the conclusions of its Final Project entitled "Police Interventions in the criminal and administrative level."

2. November 27, 2015: Dña. Inmaculada Ruiz Lerones, psychologist Social Integration Centre "Evaristo Martín Nieto", came to talk about gender violence, presenting a project entitled "Gender violence: development of intervention programs".
3. December 18, 2015: D. Juan Martens, professor at the National University of Pilar in Paraguay, came to present his paper entitled "Emerging stories of abandonment in various types of crime in Paraguay".
4. January 27, 2016: D. Antonio Vela Rubio, professor of the Department of Personality, Evaluation and Psychological Treatment, teaching of the subject "Offender Programs Treatments" in the Degree of Criminology, presented a paper entitled "Prison: dysfunctions and operators" based on their professional experience, offering a completely parallel and professionalised vision of his work in prison.

5. February 25, 2016: Dña. Lorea Arenas García and Dña. Ana Isabel Cerezo Domínguez, Grade teachers of Criminology at the University of Málaga, presented the paper entitled "Longitudinal study of drug trafficking and its impact on crime".

6. March 17, 2016: Dña. Carmen Fernández Díaz, researcher of Criminal Law and Criminology at the University of Málaga, presented the paper entitled "Internal communications and visits with his extramural environment and impact for their future life in freedom".

7. April 28, 2016: D. Rodrigo Campos, PhD program student at the University of Málaga, exhibited his work of Master Thesis entitled "The penal system of the forgotten, falling reintegration".

8. May 19, 2016: Dña.Patricia Martín Escribano, founding partner and director of programs of Minimize Risk & Compliance, presentó el trabajo titulado presents the work entitled "Criminology and Criminal Compliance: from theory to practice".

9. May 26, 2016: D.Samuel González Ruiz, international consultant on security and organized crime in UN, talked about "Crime victims in international justice: the case of Alfonso Martín del Campo".

10. June 9, 2016: D. Byron Villagomez-Moncayo, doctorand in "Cultural and Global Criminology" presented his paper entitled "The detention order in the CIE: the dilemma of judicial review and judicial bureaucratic inertia".

11. June 30, 2016: Dña. Eva Aizpurúa González, FPU fellow and researcher at the Center for Research in Criminology at the University of Castilla-La Mancha, present a paper entitled "Public opinion towards crime and its control".


ACADEMIC YEAR 2014/ 2015

 

1. September 25, 2014: Dña. María Alé Chincho presents his Master's Thesis entitled “Criminal harassment of political treatment of minors through Internet (Art. 183 bis)”, which it analyzes the new offense of grooming and dogmatic treatment in light of the incorporation in 2010 of the Article 183a which defines these behaviors.

2. October 30, 2014: Dña. María José Bernuz comes to the project submitted "Youprev (European Project on Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency), focusing its analysis on the methodological approach, project which has intervened as part of the research team.


3. November 28, 2014: Dña. Margarita Martínez Escamilla, Professor of Criminal Law at the Complutense University of Madrid presented his paper entitled "Ius Puniendi and Inmigration: The darkest areas of a tenebrous reality", making a tour on issues of concern directly with the phrase "they do not come, let them go", analyzing the situation returns of immigrants on the border of Melilla.


4. January 29, 2015: Dña Lorea Arenas, researcher at the Institute of Criminology, presents a chapter of his doctoral thesis still being drafted on "The injunction restraining with electronic means in cases of gender violence: review of implementation and effectiveness in Spain"


5. February 26, 2015: D. David Cantón Cortés, professor of Psychology and Criminology UMA, presented a paper entitled "Psychological consequences of child sexual abuse and moderating variables", analyzing the consequences of child sexual abuse generates and what are the ways to analyze those consequences are.


6. April 15, 2015: Dña. Verónica de Miguel Luken, professor in the Degree of Criminology UMA, presented his paper entitled "Adolescents, young people and their perception of intimate partner violence", where we can see that gender violence is increasingly having more presence in the relations of youth and adolescents, in someway, as a result of the inclusion in these relations of new information and communications technology, ideal tool to exercise control and dominion over the partner.


7. May 6, 2015: D. José Cid, Professor of Criminal Law at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, gave a conference entitled "The structural dimension of the discontinuance of crime: the spanish case”.


8. May 13, 2015: Dña. Eloisa Gordon, Dean of the School of Social Sciences, Humanities and Communications Ana G. Mendez University of Puerto Rico, gave a conference entitled "Democracy is a lie: neo-liberalism,colony, violence and crime". In this paper we analyze the lack of legitimacy of democracy in Puerto Rico, and the consequences that this delegitimization causes in the social structure.


9. May 28, 2015: Dña. Gretchen Núñez and Dña. Clarivid Martínez, students in practices of the Metropolitan University of Puerto Rico, presented a conference entitled "Job Corps": education, rehabilitation program with youth at risk of social exclusion". 


10. June 11, 2015: D. José Becerra, professor in the Degree of Criminology UMA, presented his paper entitled "Circles of support and accountability: A restorative justice approach".

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2013/2014

 

1. November 18, 2013: Dr. Marcelo Aebi He explained the various investigations and projects carried out in the UNIL.


2. April 23, 2014: D. José Berruezo, Director of the Observatory of Local Safety of the City of Malaga.

3. April 23, 2014: We have the ODA team that presented the draft after what was his report.

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