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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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Dr. Wei Wu

Latest documents & events:

Title Author(s) IRCP Theme Class Format
The principle of ultima ratio and the real need for criminal law measures at EU... Gert Vermeulen EU Justice and home affairs, International and comparative law and criminal justice, Belgian criminal law and criminal justice
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national rapporteur, Section 4 (international criminal law) Gert Vermeulen International and comparative law and criminal justice
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Practitioners’ expectations regarding mutual recognition Gert Vermeulen Organised crime and corruption, EU Justice and home affairs, International and comparative law and criminal justice
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International Colloquium ‘Rethinking Prostitution: From Discourse to... Gert Vermeulen Trafficking in human beings and sexual exploitation of children
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Voorzetten voor een doorstart van de Benelux-politiesamenwerking Gert Vermeulen Belgian criminal law and criminal justice
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VIIth Postacademic Cycle in Criminology ‘New issues in criminal law and... Gert Vermeulen Drugs, Organised crime and corruption, EU Justice and home affairs, International and comparative law and criminal justice, Belgian criminal law and criminal justice
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Een wet om aan te houden: het beslissingsproces van onderzoeksrechters in het... Sofie Van Roeyen, Tom Vander Beken A2 journalArticle
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The tides of thought and policy on the assessment of organised crime in Belgium Tom Vander Beken, Jelle Janssens B2 bookChapter
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What makes long crime trips worth undertaking? Balancing costs and benefits in... Christophe Vandeviver, Stijn Van Daele, Tom Vander Beken A1 journalArticle
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Nu ook in Panopticon: neurowetenschappen Ciska Wittouck, Tom Vander Beken, Freya Vander Laenen A2 journalArticle
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