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ICPC's 11th Colloquium: Crime Prevention in a Mobile World

Author(s) : International Centre for the Prevention of Crime



ICPC in association with the city of Palermo and Consorzio Nova Onlus,organized its 11th Colloquium on the theme “Crime Prevention in a Mobile World’’ on November 17 to 19 2014 at Castello Utveggio in Palermo, Italy. The proposed theme for the 2014 Colloquium provided a valuable opportunity to focus on a growing phenomenon – the increasing mobility of society and the development of technologies we use. The Colloquium explored the outcomes of this phenomenon; namely the emergence of new types of and trends in crime, as well as changes in ongoing issues (e.g. domestic violence).

The Colloquium explored the following themes:

- Mobility and community safety
- Moving people: safety in public transport
- Violence against women and the gendered dimension of migration
- Borderless crimes: Trends and developments in human trafficking
- Drug-related crimes: Causes and consequences of an increasingly mobile world
- Urban migration and the role of cities
- Preventing radicalization and exploring its link with globalization
- Security sector reforms
- Current international debates and perspectives for evidence-based prevention strategie 


The Colloquium was deemed very successful in terms of organization, program, diversity of participants, quality of the presentations and discussions.  It was attended by 200 participants from 21 countries (4 continents).

- 54 speakers, 11 workshops, 1 Plenary session.



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Programme: More info
Press Coverage:
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Interview, Ms. Chantal Bernier, President, ICPC More info
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Videos:

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PRESENTATIONS

The speakers' presentations are available below (Please note that the presentations are in their original language and not all are available)

November 17, 2014

- Side Event –
100 Promising Practices on Safer Cities 
- Side Event – 5th ICPC International Report

-Welcome addresses

- Chantal Bernier, President, International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC), Canada
- Daniel Cauchy, Director General, International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC), Canada
- Leoluca Orlando, Mayor of Palermo, Italy

Keynote address by guest speaker

-Roberto Merlo, Professor, University of Lugano, Switzerland


November 18, 2014


Roundtable discussion - The evolution of crime prevention

- Vincenzo Militello, Professor, University of Palermo, Italy
-
Josep M. Lahosa, Director, Prevention Services, City Council of Barcelona, Spain
- Véronique Ketelaer, Director, Prevention and Participation for the City of Brussels, and Administrative Envoy for the Bravvo Association, Belgium


4th ICPC International Report
- Margaret Shaw, Consultant and Former Director of Analysis and Exchange, International Centre for the Prevention of
Crime (ICPC), Canada
- Daniel Cauchy, Director General, International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC),Canada


Plenary Session : MOBILITY AND COMMUNITY SAFETY

- Salvatore Palidda, Professor, University of Genoa, Italy
- Elizabeth Johnston, Executive Director, European Forum for Urban Security (EFUS), France
- Johannes de Haan, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Officer, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Austria 

 
WORKSHOP 1 - MOVING PEOPLE: SAFETY IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT 

-
Tiziana Bianchini, Vice-president, Consorzio Nova Onlus, Italy
- Juma Assiago, Global Coordinator/Lead, Safer Cities Programme, UN-Habitat, Kenya
Fabrice Fussy, Director, Observatoire national de la délinquance dans les transports (ONDT- National Observatory for Delinquency in Transport), France
 

WORKSHOP 2: VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND THE GENDERED DIMENSION OF MIGRATION

- Roxane Martel-Perron, Analyst and Project Officer, International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC), Canada
- Carmen Gill, Professor Department of Sociology, University of New Brunswick and Director, Canadian observatory on the justice system response to intimate partner violence, Canada
- Christophe Soullez, Director, Observatoire national de la délinquance et des réponses pénales (ONDRP- National Observatory of Delinquency and Penal Responses), France 


WORKSHOP 3: BORDERLESS CRIMES: TRENDS AND DEVELOPMENTS IN HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Fabio Sorgoni, Programme Manager, On The Road Association, Italy
- Major General Ntshinga, Provincial Head, Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation in Northern Cape Province,South Africa
- Anniina Jokinen, Senior Programme Officer, European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, affiliated with the United Nations (HEUNI), Finland
-
Maarten Abelman, Head, Bureau of the National Rapporteur on Trafficking in Human Beings, Netherlands


WORKSHOP 4: DRUG-RELATED CRIMES: CAUSE AND CONSEQUENCE OF AN INCREASINGLY MOBILE WORLD

- Riccardo De Facci, CNCA, Italy
- Bilkis Omar, Chief Director, Policy Development and Research at the Civilian Secretariat for Police, South Africa
- Michel Gandilhon, Head of studies, Observatoire français des drogues et des toxicomanies (OFDT- Drug and Drug Addictions Observatory), France


WORKSHOP 5 : URBAN MIGRATION AND THE ROLE OF CITIES

- Christiane Hajj Aboumrad, Manager, National Training Programme for Prevention of Violence for the Carlos Slim Foundation, Mexico
- Josep M. Lahosa, Director of Prevention Services, City Council of Barcelona, Spain
- Anie Samson, Vice-President of the Executive Committee for Public Security and Citizen Services, City of Montreal,Canada


WORKSHOP 6: PREVENTING RADICALIZATION AND EXPLORING ITS LINK WITH GLOBALIZATION
-
Shawn Tupper, Assistant Deputy Minister, Emergency Management and Programs Branch, Public Safety, Canada
- Véronique Ketelaer, Director, Prevention and Participation for the City of Brussels, and Administrative Envoy for the Bravvo Association, Belgium
- Pierre N’Gahane, Secretary General, Comité interministériel de prévention de la délinquance (CIPD- Interministerial Committee for the Prevention of Delinquency), France


WORKSHOP 7 - MOVING PEOPLE: SAFETY IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT
- Céline Monnier, Analyst and Project Officer, International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC), Canada
Alessandro Radicchi, Director, Osservatorio Nazionale sul disagio e la solidarità nelle stazioni Italiane – (ONDSNational observatory on poverty and solidarity in Italian railway stations), Italy
- Claude A. Sarrazin, President, SIRCO, Canada


WORKSHOP 8: SECURITY SECTOR REFORMS
-Claude A. Sarrazin, President, SIRCO, Canada
- Major General Ntshinga, Provincial Head, Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation in Northern Cape Province, South Africa


WORKSHOP 9: CURRENT INTERNATIONAL DEBATES AND PERSPECTIVES FOR EVIDENCE-BASED PREVENTION STRATEGIES
- Francesco Paolo Di Giovanni, Member of the Board of Directors, Consorzio Nova Onlus, Italy
- Adam Tomison, Director, Australian Institute of Criminology (AIC), Australia
- Burkhard Hasenpusch, Crime Prevention Council of Lower Saxony (CPC), Germany



WORKSHOP 10: MOBILITY AND COMMUNITY SAFETY

- Viviana Valastro, Director, Children on the Move Protection Unit, Save the Children, Italy
- Stefania Maselli, Regional reference, Central Service of the National System for the Protection of Asylum Seekers and Refugees (SPRAR), Italy
- Giuseppe Bruno, Lawyer, AIAF - Lawyers’ Association for families and children, Italy


WORKSHOP 11: URBAN MIGRATION AND THE ROLE OF CITIES
- Juma Assiago, Global Coordinator/Lead, Safer Cities Programme, UN-Habitat, Kenya
- Alain Le Saux, Secretary General, Metropolis, Spain
- Claudine Bansept, Project leader, Conseil national des villes, (National Council of Cities), France


Closing Plenary

- Leoluca Orlando, Mayor of Palermo, Italy
- Chantal Bernier, President, International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC), Canada
- Daniel Cauchy, Director General, International Centre for the Prevention of Crime (ICPC), Canada


Keynote address by guest speaker

- Aldo Civico, Professor, University Rutgers, United States of America



PRESENTATIONS

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Press Coverage:
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Interview - Ms. Chantal Bernier, ICPC President. More information
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