Digital disputations in the Nordic countries

03 April 2020

Take this opportunity to follow digital disputations for PhD in criminology at Nordic universities in spring 2020. The disputations are open for all and streamed by zoom. The information at this page is compiled from respective university´s web pages, where you also will find information how to reach the disputation. For more information on the…

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Change in Nordic Drug Policy?

01 April 2020

During the spring a couple of interviews and debate articles on Swedish and Nordic drug policies have been published by/with professor emeritus Henrik Tham, Stockholm University. You find links to this media material here below. Henrik Tham is also leading the NSfK-funded Nordic working group “Changing Nordic Drug Policy?” The working-group looks into the question…

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NSfK New name in English

23 March 2020

New name: Nordic Research Council for Criminology NSfKs name in Swedish/Scandinavian has been Nordiska Samarbetsrådet för Kriminologi. Previously this has translated to Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology in English. In order to better show the contributing member countries as well as the scope of the organization, the Council decided at it´s annual meeting March 2-3…

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NSfK Researchgrants awarded 2020

18 March 2020

At the NSfK Council´s  meeting in Helsinki March 2nd-3rd 2020, the Council decided ia on this years´ Researchgrants. By application DL in November last year 31 applications had been submitted. Grants of a total 3 132 284 SEK were awarded to five Nordic researchprojects, of which one a joint Nordic project. Congratulations! Click on this…

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NSfK Newsletter for February 2020

18 March 2020

“Nordic Criminology” is a monthly newsletter published by NSfK, delivering the latest 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 Newsletter…

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NSfK Newsletter for January 2020

13 February 2020

“Nordic Criminology” is a monthly newsletter published by NSfK, delivering the latest 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 Newsletter…

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NSfK Newsletter for December 2019

24 January 2020

“Nordic Criminology” is a monthly newsletter published by NSfK, delivering the latest 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 Newsletter…

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Winner of NJC Best Article 2019

23 January 2020

Synøve Nygaard Andersen is the author of Best Article 2019, NJC Synøve Nygaard Andersen, PhD and researcher at Statistics Norway, is the author of the award winning article “Partners in crime? Post-release recidivism among solo and co-offenders in Norway“. Congratulations Synøve! How does it feel to win this award? Thank you very much! Receiving this…

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Participation in the Stockholm Criminology Symposium 2020

22 January 2020

The next Stockholm Criminology Symposium takes place June 9-11 in Stockholm, Sweden. The main theme for the 2020 Symposium is “Gun violence: sound knowledge and countermeasures”, and the organizers welcome both speakers and delegates to register. The Stockholm Criminology Symposium is an important international arena where criminologists, policy makers, practitioners and others engaged in criminal…

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NSfK Newsletter for November 2019

10 December 2019

“Nordic Criminology” is a monthly newsletter published by NSfK, delivering the latest 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 Newsletter November…

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