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Presentations

Tuesday 6th November 2007

08:30 DELIVERY OF MATERIAL AND REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS.
09:30 WELCOME ADDRESSES AND INAUGURATION
  • Mrs. María José López González. Counsellor Justice and Public Administration Board. Andalusia County. Spain.

'Welcome addresses and inauguration'

  • Mrs. María Luisa Cercas Domínguez. Head of the Directorate - General of Juvenile Reform. Justice and Public Administration Board. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mr. Jesús María García Calderón. Chief Prosecutor for the Supreme Court of Justice in Andalusia. Spain.
  • Prof. Dr. Barry Goldson. School of Sociology and Social Policy. The University of Liverpool. United Kingdom.

'Introduction. International Congress: ‘Phenomena in Juvenile Delinquency: New penal forms’. Seville 2007'

  • Mr. Francis Bailleau. Sociologist. Director of Research at CNRS (National Centre of Scientific Research). France.

'A recurrent but socially inevitable question'

10:30 FRAMEWORK COMMUNICATIONS
  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Celso Fernández Fernández. General Secretary of Justice Modernisation. Council of Justice and Public Administration of the Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mr. Jesús María García Calderón. Chief Prosecutor for the Supreme Court of Justice in Andalusia. Spain.

'Cyber delinquency, minor and proportionality'

  • Mrs. Ilina Taneva. Secretary to the Council for Penological Cooperation. Standard Setting Directorate. Directorate General of Human Rights and Legal Affairs. Council of Europe. France.
    'The Council of Europe standards regarding juvenile justice and juvenile delinquency'
11:45 COFFEE BREAK AND BOOK EXHIBITION
12:15 TOPIC 1: 'IDENTIFICATION OF RECENT PATTERNS IN JUVENILE DELINQUENCY: ORIGIN, ANALYSIS AND COMPARATIVE TRENDS.'

Introduction.

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. José Maria Zufiaur. European Economic and Social Committee Advisor (EESC). President of the Latin American Follow-up Committee. Spain.
  • Prof. Dr. Barry Goldson. School of Sociology and Social Policy. The University of Liverpool. United Kingdom.

'Explorations in Comparative Analysis, Trends and "New Penal Forms": Commonalities, differences and the universal currency of international human rights'

12:45 TOPIC 1: ROUND TABLE INTRODUCTION FOR THE 4 WORKSHOPS.
  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Isidoro Beneroso Álvarez. Chief of Service for Community Measures and Reinsertion of the General Directorate for Juvenile reform. Justice and Public Administration. Andalusia County. Spain.

Workshop 1 Introduction: Cyber delinquency: Misuse of the Internet and e-bullying.

  • Mr. Enrique Rodríguez Martín. Inspector-in-chief. Chief of the Operational Sector of the National Police Corps. Spain.

'Crime on the internet: minor offenders or victim?'

Workshop 2 Introduction: Analysis of organized gangs: the rhetoric and the reality.

  • Mr. Julio Rosenblatt. Chief of the Gang Section. Organisation of American States. United States.

'Definition and classification of gangs'

Workshop 3 Introduction: Changing family forms and intra-family problematic.

  • Mrs. Mª Dolores Serrano Tárraga. Criminal Law and Criminology Department. National University of Distance Learning. UNED. Spain.

'Children mistreating their parents: Social changes and new family models'

14:00 LUNCH
15:30 TOPIC 1: WORKSHOPS

Workshop 1: Cyber delinquency: Misuse of the Internet and e-bullying. (Room 1).

  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. Cecilia Conradi Fernández. Chief of Justice Service of the Provincial Delegation of Seville of the Department for Justice and Public Administration. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Dr. Dahn Batchelor. Criminologist and the father of the United Nations bill of rights for young offenders: The Beijing Rules. Canada.

'Cyber-bullying: a problem requiring a radical solution'

  • Mr. Javier Hernando. Research Director of the Federation for the Protection of the Copyright. Espagne.

'Audiovisual piracy: Internet'

  • Mr. Abraham Pasamar. General Director of INDICE Digital Investigation. Spain.

'Digital forensic investigation in juvenile cyberdelinquency cases'

  • Mrs. Nora Rodriguez. Professor in Training teachers at the University Campus la Mediterranea at Vilanova i la Geltrú. Spain

'Cyberdelinquency amongst peers. Bullying through websites, e-mail and SMS'

Workshop 2: Analysis of organised gangs: the rhetoric and reality. (Room 2).

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Rafael Valverde Aranda. Chief of Justice Service of the Provincial Delegation of Cordoba of the Department for Justice and Public Administration. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mr. Carlos Igual Garrido. Criminal Analyst of Juvenile Delinquency General Directorate of the Guardia Civil. Spain.

'"Youth gangs" European Context and the situation in Spain'

  • Mr. André Gaio. Professor and Researcher in Criminality and Social Control. Department of Sociology. Federal University Juiz de Fora. Brasil.

'Vicarious gangs: ordinary youngsters turned into criminals'

  • Mr. Miguel Ángel Caballero Mariscal. Chairman of the Plan on the Prevention of Vandalism of the GOF. Adviser of the AECI and the Government of Panama in Subjects related to minors at risk, in conflict with the law and gangs of minors in Panama. Spain.

'Study gangs thoroughly and rely on creative work'

  • Mrs. Nadine Janssens. Coordinator of the Programme Infancy and Violence. Institute for Comparative Studies of Penal Sciences in Guatemala-ICCPG. Guatemala.

'Iron fist: violence as an eternal resource in Guatemala'

17:00 COFFEE BREAK AND BOOK EXHIBITION
17:30 TOPIC 1: WORKSHOPS

Workshop 3: Process of change of the family models and interfamily problematic. (Room 1).

  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. María Luisa Gómez Herrera. Chief of Justice Service of the Provincial Delegation of Cadiz of the Department for Justice and Public Administration. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mr. Francisco Romero Blasco. Technical Assistance Team Prosecutor's Office for Minors. General Directorate for Juvenile Justice of the Justice Department. Generalitat Catalonia. Spain.

'Violence of youngsters in the family: minors reported by their parents from a justice point of view'

  • Mrs. Mercedes Novo Pérez. Department of Social, Basic and Methodology Pshychology. University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain.
    'Antisocial behaviour of minors involved in a process of separation and or divorce'
  • Mr. José I. Navarro Guzmán. Psychology Professor of the University of Cádiz. Spain.

'The educational desertion of the families and the different forms of juvenile and infant delinquency'

  • Mrs. María Consuelo Barletta Villarán. Head of the Programme for Social and Family Reinsertion for the NGO COMETA. Peru.

'The absence of the Peruvian State in the guarantee of rights and its impact on the juvenile criminal responsibility'

Workshop 4: Process of change in the urban environment and juvenile sub-cultures. (Room 2).

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Felipe González Asensio. Chief of the Department for the Management of Service Centres for Minor Offenders, Directorate - General of Juvenile Reform. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mrs. Nimfa Vilches. Assistant Court Administrator. Supreme Court. Philippines.

'Effective Court Response To Youth Subcultures'

  • Mrs. Erika Varadi. Criminology Professor of the Institute for Criminal Sciences, Criminology and Criminal Law Department at the University of Miskolc. Hungary.

'Family, subculture and juvenile crime'

  • Mrs. Aurora Delgado García. Technical Team. South Estate Commissioner. Spain

'Interdisciplinar intervention: the example of the South Estate'

20:15 WELCOME COCKTAIL. ROYAL PALACE REALES ALCAZARES DE SEVILLE

Wednesday 7th November 2007

09:00 TOPIC 2: 'POLICY AND PRACTICE INTEVENTIONS: NEW INITIATIVES AND RESPONSES TO JUVENILE DELINQUENCY.'

Introduction.

  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. María Francisca Amador Prieto. Provincial Delegate of the Justice and Public Administration Board of Seville. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Dr. Doina Balahur. Sociologist and jurist. Romania.

'New strategies for dealing with juvenile justice: restorative justice programmes in Europe'

09:45 TOPIC 2: ROUND TABLE INTRODUCTION FOR THE 4 WORKSHOPS
  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Salvador Espinosa Soler. Chief of Service for Minor Offenders of the General Directorate for Juvenile Reform. Andalusia County. Spain.

Workshop 2 Introduction: Prevention of Bullying at school and promoting an efficient learning climate.

  • Mr. Pedro Crespo Baquero. Prosecutor for the Technical Secretariat of the Crown Prosecution Service. Spain.

'The position of the Prosecutor's office towards bullying at school'

Workshop 3 Introduction: Interdisciplinary approaches in the work with minor offenders without behaviour disorders.

  • Dr. Albert Hauber. Criminologist and Psychologist and Mrs. Jolien Verweij. Communication Policy Advisor. The Netherlands

'Halt: An alternative intervention for light-delinquent juveniles in the Netherlands'

Workshop 4 Introduction: Criminalization of juvenile delinquency and migrations; ethnic minorities.

  • Mrs. Nassima Clérin. Responsible for Unaccompanied Minors. International Organisation for Migrations. (OIM). Belgium.

'Introduction: Criminalization of juvenile delinquency and migrations; ethnic minorities'

11:00 COFFEE BREAK AND BOOK EXHIBITION
11:30 TOPIC 2: WORKSHOPS

Workshop 1: From negative reactions to positive solutions: the direct work with young offenders. (Room 1).

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. José Angel Blanco Barea. Chief of Justice Service of the Provincial Delegation of Jaen of the Department for Justice and Public Administration. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mr. Tomás Montero. Chief of the Service for the care and reinsertion of young offenders, Management of Social Services in Castilla y León. Spain.

'The evolution in juvenile delinquency in Spain and the treatment of minor offenders'

  • Mrs. Marion Loferer. Diakonie Rosenheim, Jugendhilfe Oberbyern. Germany.

'Teaching and implementing Live Space Crises Intervention (LSCI) in Germany'

  • Dr. Kerry Baker. Special advisor on risk, risk assessment, public protection and research.University of Oxford and Youth Justice Board. United Kingdom.

'Intervening with serious and persistent young offenders – lessons from England and Wales'

Workshop 2: Prevention of Bullying at school and promoting an efficient learning climate. (Room 2).

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Simón Márquez Pérez. Chief of Justice Service of the Provincial Delegation of Huelva of the Department for Justice and Public Administration. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mrs. Nana Agapishvili. Executive Director. Georgian Association for Psychosocial Aid Ndoba. Georgia.

'Increasing Bullying in Transitional Countries - reasons and solutions'

  • Mr. Pablo Rivarola Padrós. Psychologist of the Justice Department and Professor of the University of VIC -UVIC- and the Open University of Catalonia (UOC). Spain.

'A comparative study about group pressure factors between institutionalized minors in Closed Centres of the juvenile justice System and Schools in Barcelona'

  • Mrs. Maria Sapouna. Department of Psychology. University of Warwick. Coventry, United Kingdom.

'Fear Not! A computer-based intervention to reduce bullying among primary school children'

  • Mrs. Catherine Blaya. European Observatory of School Violence. France.

'Violence at school: the influence of educational centres'

11:30 OPEN COMMUNICATIONS (1ST PART) (ROOM 3).
  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Ignacio Mayoral Narros. Foundation Diagrama. Spain.
  • Mrs. Keren Cuervo. Department of Methodology, Educational and Social Psychology. University of Jaume I in Castellon. Spain.

'Analysis of the results of the internment measure in a poblation of Minors Tribunal'

  • Mr. Raúl Rodríguez Quintana. Social Worker. Judicial Measures Service. Laboral and Social Affairs Council. Canarias Government. Spain.

'The juvenile penal law, beleive it or not?, two ways to understand it, two ways to work'

  • Mrs. Núria Querol i Viñas. Founder. Groupe for the study of violence towards human beings and animals. GEVHA. Profesor and reseracher. Prevention and Integral Security at School. EPSI. University of Barcelona. Spain.

'The consideration of minors violence towards animals'

  • Mr. Miguel Ángel Bermúdez and Mr. Julio Carvajal García. ADIS Meridianos. Spain.

'Relation between juvenile subcultures and delinquency. First aproximation'

13:00 TOPIC 2: WORKSHOPS

Workshop 3: Interdisciplinary approaches in the work with minor offenders without behaviour disorders. (Room 1).

  • Presenter and moderator: Mr. Francisco Jiménez García. Chief of Justice Service of the Provincial Delegation of Grenade of the Department for Justice and Public Administration. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mr. Rafael Forcada Chapa. Psychiatrist Educational Centre Pi I Margal. Fundación Diagrama. Spain.

'Dual pathology of youngsters with a severe criminal record'

  • Mr. Osvaldo Vazquez. Coordinator of the Juvenile Justice Projects.Corporation Opción. Chile.

'Control program of Sexual Aggression, for adolescents who commit offences'

  • Mr. Alfio Maggiolini. Psychotherapist. Italy.

'Mental health problems of young offenders and developmental psychotherapy within the Juvenile Justice System'

  • Mrs. Sarah Van Praet. Law Faculty. Free University of Brussels. Belgium.
    'The treatment of juvenile authors of acts qualified as ´sexual delinquency´ in a closed centre. Some results of an empirical research'

Workshop 4: Criminalization of juvenile delinquency and migrations; ethnic minorities. (Room 2).

  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. Isabel Pavón Boyero. Chief of Justice Service of the Provincial Delegation of Malaga of the Department for Justice and Public Administration. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mrs. Julia Hernández Vallés. Adjuvant of Ombudsman. País Vasco. Spain.

'The need of a new protective legislation for unaccompanied foreign'

  • Mr. Manuel Madrid Saavedra. Director of the Centre for Young Offenders Tierras de Oria. Spain.

'Intervention policies and mechanisms. New initiatives and responses to juvenile delinquency'

  • Mr. Luis Fernández Arévalo. Prosecutor for Penitentiary Surveillance in Seville Spain.

'Foreign minors. Spanish protection system'

  • Mr. Emilio Calatayud Pérez. Magistrate Judge of the Juvenile Court number 1 in Grenade. Spain.

'Law, family and school'

13:00 OPEN COMMUNICATIONS (2ND PART) (ROOM 3)
  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. Cristina Goñi. Foundation Diagrama. Spain.
  • Mr. Francisco Aguelo Muñoz. Director. Center for Education and internment in judicial measure (Social Service Aragon Institute) Zaragoza. Spain.

'Integration in school for children with a therapy measure'

  • Mrs. Núria López Roca. University of Islas Baleares. Socio Educational Center. 'Es Fusteret'. Spain.

'Opening doors: How do we work with the social environment for succesfull youth'

  • Mrs. Cristina Torres Pozas. Drugs misuse Assistant. Foundation Juventud Ideo. Canarias and Mrs. María del Pilar García Zapico. Manager of the Therapeutic and educational Unit. Minors Center 'Valle Tabares'. Spain.

'Therapy and educational Unit. Valle Tabares. Alternative Model'

  • Dr. Jordi Cabezas Salmerón. Observatory of the Criminal System and Human Rights. University of Barcelona. Spain.

'Study on operational logic in the application of non custodial measures in the Catalonian juvenile justice system (Spain)'

14:30 LUNCH
16:00 FRAMEWORK PRESENTATION
  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. Vicki Lopez Lukis. Statewide Director of the Girls Advocacy Project (GAP). Florida. United States.

'Girls Advocacy Project (GAP). Florida. United States'

  • Mrs. Pilar Martín Ríos. Department for Penal and Criminal Procedure Law. University of Seville. Spain.

'Victim–minor offender mediation in the Spanish minors’ process'

  • Mrs. Anne Grandjean. Child Protection Specialist - Justice for Children. UNICEF. United States.

'Justice for children. Latest developments at global level'

17:00 CONCLUSIONS
  • Presenter and moderator: Mrs. María Luisa Cercas Domínguez. Head of the Juvenile Justice Board. Justice and Public Administration Board. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mrs. Luisa Brunori. Department of Psychology. University of Bologna. Italy.
    'Giving trust to those who lost it: an extreme form of education towards the development of shared responsibility through microcredit'
17:30 CLOSING CEREMONY AND CONCLUSIONS.
  • Mrs. María José López González. Counselor Justice and Public Administration Board. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mrs. María Luisa Cercas Domínguez. Head of the Directorate - General of Juvenile Reform. Justice and Public Administration Board. Andalusia County. Spain.
  • Mr. Cédric Foussard. Director. International Juvenile Justice Observatory. Belgium.
  • Prof. Dr. Barry Goldson. President of the International Congress Scientific Committee. School of Sociology and Social Policy. The University of Liverpool. United Kingdom.
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