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Cybercrime: Understanding the Phenomenon

Lunch seminars – International Crime and Criminal Law – Copenhagen University Research Group iCRIM

Meet and discuss topical issues within the area of crime and criminal law! 

All faculty members, students and other interested parties are hereby invited to participate in a series of lunch seminars arranged by iCRIM, the Faculty’s Research Group on International Crime and Criminal Law. The interdisciplinary research group iCRIM focuses on international crime and international criminal justice, including:

  • transnational crime and criminal markets;
  • international terrorist, extremist movements and mass atrocities;
  • global and cultural criminology;
  • the interaction between international legal systems and national legal orders.

22 November:
Postdoc Artur Appazov:
“Cybercrime: Understanding the Phenomenon”

Time: Tuesday 22 November 2016 12:15-13:00

Venue: Meeting room 02-0-16, Studiegaarden, Studiestraede 6, ground floor, DK-1455 Copenhagen K

Registration deadline: 21 November 2016 12:00 at the latest.

For registration please use this registration form

Sandwiches will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

All interested parties are welcome!


Other lunch seminars


Time: 12:15-13:00 on Tuesdays listed below

4 October
ISIL Terrorist FightersProfessor Jørn Vestergaard:
Foreign Terrorist Fighters: De-radicalization and inclusion vs. law enforcement and corrections
Commentator: Professor of Criminology Keith Hayward
Venue: Annex B, the Annex Building, Studiestraede 6

1 November
Associate Professor Iryna Marchuk:
Conflict Resolution in Ukraine: Moving From a Dead Point
Venue: Annex B, the Annex Building, Studiestraede 6

Photo: Pro-Ukrainian protesters in Donetsk, 17 April 2014. Signs from left to right No to civil war and Donetsk is Ukraine, but we have our own opinion.

29 November
Postdoc Marina Aksenova:
Mass Atrocities, Criminology and International Criminal Law: Understanding the Interface
Commentator: Professor of Criminology Keith Hayward
Venue: Annex B, the Annex Building, Studiestraede 6

Photo: Photographs of genocide victims displayed at the Genocide Memorial Center in Kigali