Human Rights Alert (NGO) seeks additional worldwide submissions on JUDICIAL CORRUPTION for the 16th World Congress of the International Society for Criminology, Kobe, Japan, August 5-9, 2011.
Los Angeles, February 2 - Human Rights Alert (NGO) released an international Call for Papers for a section in the 16th World Congress of the International Society for Criminology, KOBE, JAPAN, AUGUST 5-9, 2011 on JUDICIAL CORRUPTION.
The deadline for submissions was extended by the organizers: the new DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS - FEBRUARY 28, 2011. This year's meeting central theme is: GLOBAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC CRISIS AND CRIME CONTROL POLICIES.
The call is for scholarly papers for presentation in a dedicated section on JUDICIAL CORRUPTION. Submissions are sought from contributors worldwide, addressing the impact of Judicial Corruption on civil society and economic development, monitoring, crime detection, crime prevention, law enforcement, and proposed corrective actions: technological solutions, legislative actions, Truth and Reconciliation.
Of special interest are reports exploring the area of Judicial Corruption and its potential relationship to the collapse of large financial institutions, mortgage lenders, real estate foreclosures, failure of banking regulation, and the dynamics of the current economic/financial/integrity crisis.
Joseph Zernik, PhD: email@example.com
CALL FOR PAPERS: JUDICIAL CORRUPTION, 16th World Congress of the International Society for Criminology, KOBE, JAPAN, AUGUST 5-9, 2011; DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS - FEBRUARY 28, 2011.
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