Various events are conducted at and by the Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law. Below is an overview of lectures, workshops, symposia, and colloquia held in 2018. Supplementary pictures, information, references to publications, etc., are available for some of the entries. Please click on the [More]-link.
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Challenges for Criminal Psychology in Times of Insecurity and Globalization
Joint workshop in Freiburg with the National Institute of Criminology (OKRI), Budapest/Hungary
Migration and Criminal Law in Spain
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Manuel Cancio Meliá (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid/Spain); internal Wednesday lectures
Kampf gegen den Terrorismus. Was sind die richtigen Mittel?
Foto: Max-Planck-Gesellschaft | Gesine Born
The jurisprudential evolution of corruption offenses in Spain: before and after the economic crisis
Lecturer: Marta Fernández Cabrera PhD. (Málaga University/Spain); internal Wednesday lectures
Alternative, informal, and transitional types of criminal justice and the legitimacy of new sanction models in the global risk society
The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, London / UK
01/26 to 01/27/2018
The Limits of Criminal Law
2nd Max Planck Oxford Project Workshop
01/12 to 01/13/2018