Webinars and e-Seminars

16 September 2020

As seminars and meetings move to e-versions, thereby also enabling more interested researchers to participate and follow the seminars, we here compile e-seminars that are open for a bigger public. Please do contribute to this compilation – thank you!     KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) Colloquium ‘Safety, resilience and community: Challenges and opportunities…

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NSfK Newsletter for August 2020

14 September 2020

“Nordic Criminology” is a monthly newsletter published by NSfK, delivering the latest news from the fields of Nordic criminal policy and criminology. Our network of Contact Secretaries, working in the Nordic countries, compiles the news from their respective countries. The Newsletter is published mainly in the Scandinavian languages. Read the latest NSfK Newsletter here: NSfK…

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Co-Nordic project funded by NSfK, project leader Isabel Schoultz

01 September 2020

“‘Law in action’ – Policy and legal responses to the exploitation of migrant workers in the Nordic countries”   Project meeting August 2020. Photo: Theo Hagman-Rogowski   What are you investigating in this research project? This research project is a joint effort that explores how the Nordic countries – Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden – counter…

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Digital disputations in the Nordic countries

21 August 2020

Congratulations to the new Nordic PhDs in criminology and related sciences! Since the spring of 2020 it has been possible to follow digital disputations for PhD in criminology and related sciences at Nordic universities. We here take the opportunity to congratulate the new Nordic PhDs! Looking forward to your further research. The information below is…

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Exploitation of migrant workers

10 July 2020

Research project awarded NSfK grant 2020 One of the Nordic projects awarded NSfK research grant this year was the co-Nordic research project ”Law in action – Policy and legal responses to the exploitation of migrant workers in the Nordic countries”. The Nordic research team is lead by Isabel Schoultz, Associate Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology…

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Documentary on project led by Synøve N. Andersen

03 July 2020

Researcher Synøve N. Andersen was awarded NSfK Researchgrant in 2019 for the project ”Nordic Correctional Exceptionalism in a Non-Nordic Context: Building the Foundations for Actionable Penal Reform” Swedish national television (SVT) has published a trailer to a documentary about the project, of which NSfK funding is a part. Press this link, that will take you…

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Three new study programs in criminology at Nordic universities

02 July 2020

This year the Nordic countries have seen a general increase in number of applications to university studies, compared to eg last year. At some of the universities the various levels of criminology studies are at the top of the lists of most popular programs.   In addition, some Nordic universities offer new opportunities and academic…

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NSfK Annual Report 2019

12 June 2020

NSfK Annual Report 2019 is now published at our web. NSfKs Annual Reports are written in a Scandinavian language.   Link to report here: NSfK Annual Report 2019 For previous reports, please click here. The Minutes from NSfK´s Council meetings in 2019 you find here.

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NSfK Newsletter for May 2020

04 June 2020

“Nordic Criminology” is a monthly newsletter published by NSfK, delivering the latest news from the fields of Nordic criminal policy and criminology. Our network of Contact Secretaries, working in different Nordic countries, compiles the news from their respective countries. The Newsletter is published mainly in the Scandinavian languages. Read the latest NSfK Newsletter here: NSfK…

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