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IRCP conducts and promotes internationally relevant scientific research regarding criminal policy issues. The field of research of IRCP focuses on three main themes: justice and home affairs in the EU, international and comparative criminal law and criminal justice, and Belgian criminal law and criminal justice. More in-depth, the following phenomena are studied: drugs, organised crime and corruption, and trafficking in human beings and sexual exploitation of children.

 

IRCP documents

The IRCP organisation is more than just a research group. It also has hundreds of documents, white papers, research reports, press articles, and more. On the right you can browse the most recent documents.
 
 

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Latest documents & events:

Title Author(s) IRCP Theme Class Format
Protecting the fair trial rights of mentally disordered defendants in criminal... Gert Vermeulen, Tom Vander Beken, Michaël Meysman A1 journalArticle
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Fair play? Not so much: corruption in the Italian football Anna Di Ronco A2 journalArticle
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Protecting the fair trial rights of mentally disordered defendants in criminal... Gert Vermeulen, Tom Vander Beken, Michaël Meysman A1 journalArticle
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Noors voor Noren: een reisverslag uit een (niet zo) uitzonderlijk gevangenisland Tom Vander Beken A2 journalArticle
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Between convict and ward: the experiences of people living with offenders... Delphine Vanhaelemeesch, Tom Vander Beken A1 journalArticle
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Gavrilo Princip voor criminologen Tom Vander Beken, Jelle Janssens A2 journalArticle
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Psychosocial functioning of drug treatment court clients: a study of the... Ciska Wittouck, Freya Vander Laenen A2 journalArticle
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Public drunkenness as a nuisance in Ghent (Belgium) and Trento (Italy) Anna Di Ronco C3 conference
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American honesty, European hypocrisy? Punishment, degradation and denial in a... Tom Daems C3 conference
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Strip-searches in Belgian prisons: a history of denial Tom Daems C3 conference
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