2018 ADVANCED SEMINAR

"Enhancement of Victims Protection within the EU: Building Mutual Trust Between the EU Member States"

Seminar 2018 (3) kopie

The main objective of the 2018 Advanced Seminar was to transfer advanced knowledge and understanding of the EU Criminal Law and Policy dealing with the Enhancement of Victims Protection within the EU: Building Mutual Trust Between the EU Member States. The Advanced Seminar provided a venue not only for transfer of knowledge to students and young researchers, but also for an intense academic dialogue between eminent experts in the field (including policy makers), with the aim to create a sustainable network. The course lecturers addressed the topics such as: protection of victims, establishment of the EU prosecutor, fake news, online hate speech, etc.

Prior to the Advanced Seminar in Dubrovnik, Mark Drumbl, a visiting academic from Lexington, United States, delivered a lecture at the Faculty of Law in Zagreb.

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FACULTY

Sunčana Roksandić Vidlička
Zagreb

Maja Munivrana Vajda
Zagreb

Marc Engelhart
Freiburg, Germany

Gleb Bogush
Moscow, Russia

Eliko Ciklauri-Lammich
Freiburg, Germany

Aleksandar Maršavelski
Zagreb

Sanja Ćopić
Belgrade, Serbia

Zoran Burić
Zagreb

Davor Derenčinović
Zagreb

Katalin Ligeti
Luxembourg, Luxembourg

Nandor Knust
Freiburg, Germany

Oswald Jansen
Maastricht, Netherlands

Siniša Rodin
Luxembourg

Mark Drumbl
Lexington, USA

John Vervaele
Utrecht, Netherlands

Els De Busser
Leiden, Netherlands

Ksenija Turković
Strasbourg, France

Gordan Kalajdzhijev
Skopje, Macedonia

Vesna Nikolić-Ristanović
Belgrade, Serbia

YOUNG RESEARCHERS

Andrej Božinovski
Trends in EU Criminal Law: Responses to Hate Crimes and their implementation in Macedonia

Ying Zhang 
Protection of Victims of Sexual related crimes – China's perspective

STUDENT PARTICIPANTS

A number of students from multiple countries in Europe and beyond actively participated in the Advanced Seminar. In order to graduate from the course and receive the 4 ECTS points awarded by the University of Zagreb, students had to give a 10-15 minute short presentations on a relevant topic. The presentations proved success and inspired insightful discussions.

Viktorija Nuić
Hate crime and combatting online hate speech

Ivan Sušec
GDPR – First step to safer Internet

Nikša Vojvoda
Protection of children who were victims of human trafficking within the EU

Ida Zubović
Protection of children who were victims of human trafficking within the EU

Katarina Mikulić 
Protection of adult victims of human trafficking within the EU

Boris Rajić
Protection of adult victims of human trafficking within the EU

Marijana Crnčević
Preventing secondary victimization of crime victims

Antonia Vlašić
Preventing secondary victimization of crime victims

Iva Augustinović
Drugs as a Public Health Issue: Portugal's Approach

Tia Ljubunčić
Victims of domestic violence

Marija Žamboki
Victims of domestic violence

Matej Kalajdžić
Victim protection in case Komsic v. Croatia

Ivan Kaliterna
Victim protection in case Komsic v. Croatia

Sian Jones
Regulation regarding violence against woman

Katarina Bodul
Data protection in criminal proceedings

Dora Mršić
Private informations in cyberspace

Janica Rakoci
Private informations in cyberspace

Janko Medović
Victim protection and cooperation using modern technology

Nikola Besek
Victims of environmental crimes

Domagoj Grgurević
Victims of environmental crimes

Hrvoje Fištrek
The ICC and Protection of Victims

Stjepan Šikoronja
Attended without presenting

Karlo Božić
Attended without presenting

Žaklina Bregović
Attended without presenting

Marcelina Kron
Attended without presenting

Matea Pušak
Attended without presenting

Darija Željko
Attended without presenting

Special thank you goes to the Student Teaching Assistants at the Department of Criminal Law of the Faculty of Law of the University of Zagreb who provided tremendous help in the organisation of the Advanced Seminar: Domagoj Grgurević and Nikola Besek.

AWARDS

The best student and Young Researcher presentations have been awarded with Certificates of Achievement.

BEST PRESENTATION AWARD
Iva Augustinović
Drugs as a Public Health Issue: Portugal’s Approach 

BEST PRESENTATION AWARD
Nikola Besek & Domagoj Grgurević
Victims of environmental crimes

 

BEST PRESENTATION AWARD
Ying Zhang 
Protection of Victims of Sexual related crimes – China's perspective

 

GALLERY