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IJJO Conference

La Justicia Juvenil en Europa: Un marco para la integración

Presentations

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Topics

  • Topic 1: Recent Developments in Juvenile Delinquency and its Prevention
  • Topic 2: Evaluation of juvenile justice sanctions and measures. Good practices
  • Topic 3: New approaches in juvenile justice systems – multi-agency and multi-disciplinary approaches, networking, etc.

Monday, 23rd of October 2006

14:00 - 18:30 DELIVERY OF MATERIAL AND REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS

Tuesday, 24th of October 2006

08:00 DELIVERY OF MATERIAL AND REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS
09:00 WELCOME ADDRESSES
  • Mr. Francisco Legaz. Chairman International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Spain.

'Welcome addresses. Francisco Legaz. Chairman IJJO.'

  • Dr. Elías Carranza. of The United Nations Latin American Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders (ILANUD). Costa Rica.

'Welcome addresses. Elías Carranza. President ILANUD'

  • Mr. Daniel Flore. Adviser. Head of Coordination Office for European and International Law. Directorate-General for Legislation and Fundamental Rights and Freedoms. Federal Public Service of Justice. Belgium.
  • Mr. José María Zufiaur. President of the Latin America Follow-up Committee and Adviser to the EESC. Spain.

'The prevention of juvenile delinquency. Ways of dealing with juvenile delinquency and the role of the juvenile justice system in the European Union.'

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  • Inauguration: Mr. Roberto Segre. Principal Administrator, European Commission Directorate-General for Justice, Freedom and Security. Directorate D Internal Security and Criminal Justice Team. Belgium.

'Inauguration. Roberto Segre. European Commission'

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10:00 FRAMEWORK COMMUNICATIONS
  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Ronald Woodbridge. Senior Adviser of The United Nations Latin American Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders (ILANUD). Costa Rica.

'The United Nations bill of rights for young offenders: What has happened since 1985?'

  • Dr. Dahn Batchelor. Criminologist and the father of the United Nations bill of rights for young offenders: The Beijing Rules. Canada.

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10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00 PLENARY SESSION
  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Ignacio V. Mayoral Narros. Jurist. Foundation Diagrama. Spain.

First Intervention

TOPIC 1 - Recent Developments in Juvenile Delinquency and its Prevention. (Plenary room)

  • Prof. Dr. Josine Junger-Tas. Department of Criminology University of Lausanne, University of Utrecht. Netherlands.
    'The Prevention of Juvenile Delinquency: some basic elements.'

Second Intervention

TOPIC 2 - Evaluation of juvenile justice sanctions and measures. Good practices. (Plenary room)

  • Prof. Dr. Don Andrews. Professor of Criminology, Ottawa University. Canada.

'Evaluation of juvenile justice sanctions and measures. Good practices.'

Third Intervention

TOPIC 3 - New approaches in juvenile justice systems- multi-agency and multi-disciplinary approaches, networking, etc. (Plenary room)

  • Prof. Dr. Barry Goldson. School of Sociology and Social Policy. The University of Liverpool. United Kingdom.

'Progressive juvenile justice: multi-disciplinarity and beyond.'

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12:30 DISCUSSION
13:00 LUNCH BREAK AT THE HOTEL BEDFORD (INCLUDED IN THE REGISTRATION FEES)
14:30 WORKSHOPS

TOPIC 1 - Workshop: 'Reflections and good practice in the prevention of juvenile delinquency.' (Plenary room)

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Alex Stevens. Senior Researcher. European Institute of social Services, School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research. Keynes College. University of Kent. United Kingdom.
  • Mr. Brian De Lord. Chief Executive Officer, Pupil Parent Partnership Ltd. United Kingdom.

'A Framework for Effective Engagement of Young Offenders.'

  • Dr. Bruce Abramson. Consultant on Juvenile Justice. Switzerland.
    'Gender: Without paying attention to boys, there is no prevention.'
  • Mrs. María Isabel Carballido González. General Adviser, Area of Justice and Domestic Violence. Spanish Ombudsman. Spain.

'Reflections and good practices in the prevention of juvenile delinquency.'

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TOPIC 2 - Workshop: ''Effectiveness of restorative justice programmes (mediation victim-offender reconciliation, community sanctions, diversion policy...)' (Amphitheatre 1)

  • Presenter and moderator: Dr. Inge Vanfraechem. Department of Criminology, University of Leuven. Belgium.
  • Mr. Stan Meuwese. Executive Director. Defence for Children International. Netherlands.
    'Trends in the Dutch Juvenile Justice Policy.'
  • Dr. Doina Balahur. Sociologist and jurist. Romania.

'The Reform of Juvenile Justice Systems. The case of Romania.'

  • Mr. David O'Mahony. Law and Criminology Professor. Co-ordinator of the Masters Programme in Criminology at Queen's University. Ireland.

'Mainstreaming Restorative Justice for Young Offenders through Youth Conferencing.'

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TOPIC 3 - Workshop: 'Multi-agency and Multi-disciplinary approaches.' (Amphitheatre 2)

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Rafael Valverde Aranda. Head of Unit of the Provincial Justice Delegation of Cordoba. Spain.
  • Mr. Silvio Ciappi. Researcher. Don Calabria Institute. Verona. Italy.

'The complexity of drug treatment in the criminal justice system in Italy: an application of a multidisciplinary approach.'

  • Dr. Anette Storgaard. Law Professor. Faculty of Social Sciences. University of Southern Denmark. Denmark.

'Juvenile justice in the Scandinavian Countries - Juveniles on the edge of society: between support and force.'

  • Mr. Jochen Goerdeler. German Association for Juvenile Justice and Judicial Assistance for Minors. Germany.

'Juvenile Delinquency – Why do we need a Multi-Agency and Multi Disciplinary Approach? Potentials and Risks of the German Juvenile Justice System.'

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16:00 COFFEE BREAK
16:30 CONTINUATION OF WORKSHOPS

TOPIC 1 - Workshop: 'Juveniles with mental problems.' (Plenary room)

  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. Sylvie Rousteau. Vice-President, Court of First Instance, La Roche-sur-Yon. France.
  • Dr. Daniel Gorans. Paedopsychiatrist, Head of Department in charge of SHIP (Service of Interdisciplinary Hospitalization in Paedopsychiatry) in Nantes. France.

'ROC, treatment of low selfesteem, depression and delinquency of minors with major difficulties.'

  • Mr. Bill Kerslake. Head of Policy for Health and Substance Misuse. Youth Justice Board for England and Wales. United Kingdom.

'Working in partnership - to meet the mental health needs of young people in the Youth Justice System in England and Wales.'

  • Mr. Rafael Forcada Chapa. Psychiatrist at the 'Pi I Margall' Educational Centre for Young Offenders with Psychological Disorders. Foundation Diagrama. Region of Valencia. Spain.

'Mental disorders in young offenders in custody.'

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TOPIC 2 - Workshop: 'Effectiveness of treatment in penal institutions (educative measures, maintenance of discipline and control within young offender penal institutions).' (Amphitheatre 1)

  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. Amparo Marzal Martínez. General Director of Families and Childhood. Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. Spain.
  • Prof. Dr. Dominique de Fraene. President of the Criminology Institute, Université Libre de Brussels. Belgium.

'Imprisonment of minor delinquents. Major disciplinary focus in educational methods.'

  • Dr. Britta Kyvsgaard. Chief of Research. Ministry of Justice. Denmark.
    'Impediments to effective residential treatment.'
  • Mr. Alberto López Marcos. Director of the 'Pi Gros ' educational centre for young offenders. Foundation Diagrama. Spain.

'Effectiveness of the treatment in closed centres.'

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TOPIC 3 - Workshop: 'Private/voluntary sector involvement in juvenile offender management systems.' (Amphitheatre 2)

  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. María Luisa Cercas. Director-General of Juvenile Reform, Justice and Public Administration Board. Andalusian Autonomous Government. Spain.
  • Dr. Erika Varadi-Csema. Professor of Criminology, Institute of Criminal Sciences. Department of Criminal Law and Criminology. University of Miskolc. Hungary.
    'New ways of preventing child and juvenile crime.'
  • Mr. Carlos Morenilla Jiménez. Senior Advisor Ombudsman. Community of Valencia. Spain.

'The implication of the private sector in juvenile justice systems. Vision of the Sindic de Greuges of the Community of Valencia.'

  • Mr. Gary Westwater. Senior Manager and co-founder of INCLUDEM. United Kingdom.

'It works for us but will it work for you? The universality of approaches to tackling offending by young people.'

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18:00 NATIONAL SYSTEMS
  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. Nadége Grille. Director of the EPM (Penitentiary establishment for minors) of the city of Lavaur. Judicial Protection of Youth, Ministry of Justice. France.
  • Mr. Henri Nuoffer. General Secretary of the Conference of Police and Justice Directors in French-speaking Switzerland. President of the Concordat Commissions. Switzerland.

'A new legislation guiding the penal condition of minors in Switzerland and a regional solution, Latin Agreement of the 24th of March 2005.'

  • Dr. Isabelle Delens-Ravier. Researcher and Professor. Université Catholique de Louvain, Department of Criminology and Penal Law. Belgium.

'The Juvenile Justice in Belgium, New practices and evolution of a model.'

  • Mrs. Isabel Valldecabres. Parliamentary Adviser of the Ministry of Justice. Spain.

'The reform of the Juvenile Justice Penal System in Spain.'

  • Prof. Dr. Philip Milburn. Professor of Sociology, University of Versailles St. Quentin. France.

'The French Juvenile Justice System: Between the imperative of education and the temptation of repression.'

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20:00 WELCOME COCKTAIL IN THE RECEPTION ROOMS OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT.
  • Welcome addresses: Mrs. Cristina Gutiérrez-Cortines Corral. Member of the European Parliament. Spain.

Wednesday, 25th of October 2006

09:00 CONTINUATION OF WORKSHOPS

TOPIC 1 - 'Young immigrants and minors of ethnic minorities.' (Plenary room)

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Daniel Senovilla Hernández. Consultant at the International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Spain.
  • Mr. Hugo Martínez de Seabra. Vice-President of Númena. Social Sciences Research Unit. Portugal.
    'Pulas and Blacks: a case study on institutionalized young delinquents in Portugal.'
  • Mrs. Elizabeth Lovell. Policy Adviser Children in trouble with the law. The Children's Society. United Kingdom.

'Just Justice: 'A study into black young people's experiences of the youth justice system.'

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TOPIC 2 - 'Effectiveness of Reintegrative strategies for young offenders.' (Amphitheatre 1)

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Sebastien Marchand. Head of Service, CEF Le Marquizat. Rennes. Association Diagrama. France.
  • Mr. Antonio Moreno. Coordinator of the Operative Programme against Discrimination. Foundation Diagrama. Region of Andalusia. Spain.

'Operational plan for professional insertion: the experience on Spanish territory.'

  • Prof. Dr. Rod Morgan. Chairman of the Youth Justice Board for England and Wales. United Kingdom.

'Integrating Youth Offenders.'

  • Mr. Philippe Millon. Director-General, City Services of Colombes. France.

'Effectiveness of the integration strategies for delinquents.'

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TOPIC 3 - 'Community-based Sanctions.' (Amphitheatre 2)

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Javier Pérez Carrasco. Director of Day Centre. Madrid. Spain.
  • Dr. Ursula Kilkelly. Senior Lecturer. Faculty of Law, University College, Cork. Ireland.

'The Irish Juvenile Justice System: Positive Approaches to Young People in Conflict with theLaw?.'

  • Mrs. Irma Van der Veen. Managing Director, Work-Wise. Netherlands.

'A reintegration programme for juveniles with a judicial sentence or measure.'

  • Mrs. Wansley Walters. Director. Miami-Dade Juvenile Service Department. United States.

'Miami-Dade County, Florida and reform of the Juvenile Justice System.'

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10:30 COFFEE BREAK
11:00 CONTINUATION OF WORKSHOPS

TOPIC 1 - Workshop: 'Offending behaviour and violence: domestic violence, violence at school, bullying, juvenile gangs ...' (Plenary room)

  • Presenter and moderator: Dr. Alessandro Padovani. Honorary Judge of the Juvenile Court in Venice. Psychologist Don Calabria Institute of Verona. Italy.
  • Mr. Carlos Igual Garrido. Lieutenant, Department of Criminal Analysis. Technical Unit of the Judicial Police of the Civil Guard. Spain. 'Latin Gangs in Spain.'
    'Bandas latinas en España'
  • Mrs. Jolanta Zagajewska. Head of Unit. Family and Minors Department. Ministry of Justice. Poland.

'Violence in the family.'

  • Mr. Stefano Fumarulo. Scientist in charge of research activities, Observatory on the Juvenile Trial, Giovanni and Francesca Falcone Foundation. Italy.

'Minors and organized delinquency in Bari: a multi-institutional preventive approach.'

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TOPIC 2 - Workshop: 'Procedures, trials and application of the law' (Amphitheatre 1)

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Fernando Irurzún Montoro. State Advocate at the Supreme Court. Spain.
  • Mr. André Dunant. Juvenile Justice Consultant. Former President of the International Association of Youth and Family Judges and Magistrates. Switzerland.

'Minors deprived of liberty. Why judges are applying imperfectly the law?'

  • Mr. Manuel Jesús Dolz Lago. Prosecutor for the Supreme Court. Spain.

'What is Prosecutor like you doing in a place like this? Is a social policy the juvenile penal justice?'

  • Dr. Karin Bruckmueller. Faculty of Law. University of Vienna. Austria.

'The Victim Offender.'

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TOPIC 3 - Workshop: 'Educational programmes in closed centres.' (Amphitheatre 2)

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Marc de Maeyer. Senior Researcher, UNESCO Institute of Education. Belgium.
  • Mrs. Christina Papadopoulou. Lawyer. PhD student in Criminology. Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. Greece.

'Young Detainees meeting Law Students; an effort to bridge the gap.'

  • D. Amador Sánchez Sánchez. General Vice-Chairman of Re-education, Reintegration and Institutional Programmes. Agency of the Autonomous Region of Madrid for the Re-education and Re-integration of Juvenile Delinquents. Second Vice-presidency and Ministry of Justice and Internal Affairs of the Autonomous Region of Madrid. Spain.

'Educational Project in youth offenders' institutions in Madrid.'

  • Dr. Albert Hauber. Social Psychologist and Criminologist. Leiden University. Netherlands.

'Educational programmes for youngsters and young adults in closed settings in the Netherlands.'

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12:30 LUNCH BREAK AT THE HOTEL BEDFORD (INCLUDED IN THE REGISTRATION FEE)
14:00 WORKSHOP

'Other interesting aspects concerning juvenile justice.'

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Gaspar Rullan Losada. Director. Office for the Defence of the Rights of the Child, Government of the Balearic Islands. Spain.
  • Mr. Michal Hudzik. Assistant to the President of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Poland, Criminal Law Chamber. Institute of Criminal Law, Faculty of Law and Administration. Warsaw University, Poland.

'European Arrest Warrant - an instrument of co-operation in juvenile matters in the EU?'

  • Mrs. Nuria López Roca. Education Centre "Es Fusteret". Education and Culture Board. Foundation S'Estel. University of the Balearic Islands. Spain.

'The social and educational reintegration process of young offenders in custody.'

  • Mr. Manel Capdevila Capdevila. Head of Research. Centre for Legal Studies and Specialised Training. Ministry of Justice. Generalitat de Cataluña. Spain.

'Reoffending and dealing with the risk: notes about the experience in Catalonia.'

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15:30 PLENARY SESSION
  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. Mª. Rosario Vicent Saera. Regional Director of Social Welfare in Castellon. Regional Ministry of Social Welfare, Generalitat Valenciana. Spain.

'Human rights of minors in conflict with the law.'

  • Mrs. Nevena Vuckovic-Sahovic. Member of the Committee on the Rights of the Child. United Nations, Geneva. Serbia.

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16:00 PLENARY SESSION
  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Rémy Delattre. Head of International Affairs, Association Enfance et Partage. France.
  • Dr. Francis Bailleau. Sociologist, Research Director, GRASS - National Centre for Scientific Research. France.

'Evolutions of penal juvenile justice in Europe. From the welfare model to the neoliberal model.'

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16:30 COFFEE BREAK
17:00 PLENARY SESSION
  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Cédric Foussard. Director. International Juvenile Justice Observatory. France.

'European standard minimum rules for juveniles deprived of their liberty and juveniles under community sanctions and measures.'

  • Dr. Frieder Duenkel. Professor in Criminology University of Greifswald. Germany.

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17:45 CLOSING CEREMONY
  • Mr. Francisco Legaz. Chairman International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Spain.
  • Mrs. María Antonia Martínez García. Senator and President of the Senate Justice Committee. Spain.

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