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25 August 2010
The purpose is to create an interdisciplinary English anthology to presentresearch and issues from the emerging field of eco-global criminology.

07 September 2016
Attached you will find the NSfK Newsletter for August 2016.
07 September 2016
NSfK Council has revised the guidelines governing research and travel grants. No major alterations have been made to the document. The following ...

30 August 2016
A report has been released from NSfK's 27. Contact Seminar "Mobile populations from South-Eastern Europe in the Nordic countries: trafficking...

30 August 2016
Attached you'll find report from NSfK's 27. Contact Seminar "Mobile populations from South-Eastern Europe in the Nordic countries: traffi...

16 August 2016
Sverige återinträdde i Nordiska Samarbetsrådet för Kriminologi (NSfK) fr.o.m. 1.1.2016. Rådet gläds över beslute...

27 June 2016
Criminality, incarceration and control in Nordic island societies (ø-samfund) are the themes of a working group aiming at describing how confli...

27 June 2016
Criminality, incarceration and control in Nordic island societies (ø-samfund) are the themes of a working group aiming at describing how conflicts and crimes are met in the following four island societies: The Faroe Islands, The Åland Islands, Iceland and Greenland. Supported by Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology (NSfK) the working group held its first seminar in The Faroe Island from November 2. to November 6. 2015. The idea of the project was described like this:

“There are large differences between the four Nordic island societies in culture, and also on how they have achieved autonomy/independence and to what extent this is implemented. They have more characteristics in common than they have with the remaining Nordic countries: Small populations that live in secluded island societies, geographically isolated from other countries; rough living conditions and highly dependant on nature forces. In such small societies people are visible to each other, mutual dependent and daily life is subject to strong traditions. To various degrees they fight for autonomy and independence. All these characteristics may influence how these islands societies handle conflicts, how they perceive crimes, and how they work out their local policy on conflicts and crime."

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08 June 2016
Attached you will find the NSfK Newsletter for May 2016. The next Newsletter from August will be sent out in early September.
02 June 2016
The Annual Report 2015 of the Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology is out. 2015 was the last year of the Danish three-year chairmanship. The ...

01 June 2016
Attached you will find the annual report 2015 of NSfK.
24 May 2016
Attached you will find the NSfK Newsletter for April 2016.
24 May 2016
Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology (NSfK) has granted in total 272 800 euros to Nordic researchers, joint Nordic research projects and work...

11 April 2016
Attached you will find the NSfK Newsletter for February 2016.
11 April 2016
Attached you will find the NSfK Newsletter for March 2016.
11 February 2016
  Finland assumed the chairmanship of the Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology (Nordiska Samarbetsrådet för kriminologi, ...

05 February 2016
Attached you will find the NSfK Newsletter for January 2016.
12 January 2016
Velkommen til Nordisk Kriminologi 68 (10) 2015 (December)

18 December 2015
Mindeord Patrick Törnudd

09 December 2015
The Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology will convene its 58th research seminar in 2016. The seminar will take place in Iceland 1-4 May 2016.
Theme: New challenges in criminology; can old theories be used to explain or understand new crimes?

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