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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.
 
 

Discover the IRCP team

Ligeia Quackelbeen

Latest documents & events:

Title Author(s) IRCP Theme Class Format
Senior expert Trafficking in human beings and sexual exploitation of children
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Chairman Belgian Statistical Data Protection Oversight Committee Miscellaneous
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Invited Visting Professor Miscellaneous
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Expert evaluator Trafficking in human beings and sexual exploitation of children, EU Justice and home affairs, International and comparative law and criminal justice
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Foreign Research Stay Organised crime and corruption, Trafficking in human beings and sexual exploitation of children
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Prostitutie- en mensenhandelbeleid. Criminaliseren, legaliseren, gedogen,... Gert Vermeulen Trafficking in human beings and sexual exploitation of children
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Minimum standards to ensure free movement of evidence throughout the EU EU Justice and home affairs, International and comparative law and criminal justice
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Handbook on Council Framework Decision 2008/909/JHA EU Justice and home affairs
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Politie in de EU: personages op zoek naar een auteur? Gert Vermeulen EU Justice and home affairs, International and comparative law and criminal justice, Belgian criminal law and criminal justice
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Prostitutiebeleid: tussen criminaliseren, legaliseren, gedogen en reguleren.... Gert Vermeulen Trafficking in human beings and sexual exploitation of children
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