NSfK Research Seminars
KeyNotes´ Talk May 5th 2021
Theme: “Sexual violence in the Nordic countries”
Moderator Hilde Sandvik
Listen to Welcome by Hilde Sandvik
(please click on Play icon in the audiotrack above)
The KeyNotes´ Talk is based on the presentations published on NSfK YouTube channel.
The talk will also be recorded and published on YouTube.
May-Len Skilbrei, professor, Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, Oslo University:
The continued existence of sexual violence as a gender equality paradox
Stina Holmberg, researcher, National Council for Crime Prevention (Brå) and associate professor (docent) in criminology:
Consequences of the New Consent Law in Sweden
Hildur Fjóla Antonsdóttir, Postdoctoral Researcher, EDDA Research Center, University of Iceland:
Decentring Criminal Justice: A Plural Approach to Survivor-Centred Justice
Heini Kainulainen, Professor of Criminal Law & Daniela Alaattinoğlu, Senior Researcher, Faculty of Law, University of Turku:
From the Perpetrator’s Coercion to the Victim’s Lack of Consent? Lessons Learnt from the Finnish Sexual Crimes Legislative Review
Katrine Bindesbøl Holm Johansen: MSc and PhD, Special consultant at the organisation Lev Uden Vold, Denmark:
Debunking a Danish value narrative – a strategy to prevent sexual violence?
Winners of NJC Best Article Prize 2020
Susanne Boethius, PhD, researcher and Malin Åkerström, professor, Department of Sociology, Lund University.
Link to the winning article OA: “Revealing hidden realities: Disclosing domestic abuse to informal others” published in Nordic Journal of Criminology, Volume 21, 2020 , pp 186-202.
NSfK Research Seminar 2021 digitally:
The KeyNotes – for their pre-filmed presentation, please see above.
Presentations by some of the Nordic researchers who had participated in the annual seminar are shared in the following channels:
- Abstracts published at NSfK web
- Posts at Nordic Criminology Blog (link to page presenting the researchers)
- On YouTube (link to page presenting the researchers)
Seven articles, all Open Access/ Free Access.