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Report: Prevention of criminal interference in Dutch amateur football04th November 2019
Prevention of criminal interference in football clubs starts with a decision in the boardroom. Amateur football clubs are well aware of that and do take measures, exploratory research by Tilburg University has shown. However, prevention of criminal interference is not yet structurally embedded in amateur football.
Dr. Mario Braakman appointed as Endowed Professor of Transcultural Forensic Psychiatry10th October 2019
Tilburg University has appointed Dr. Mario Braakman as Endowed Professor of Transcultural Forensic Psychiatry, effective October 1, 2019. Braakman will focus on making behavioral experts’ reports in the justice system more culture-sensitive and improving the psychiatric care for detainees and persons with a migration background who are detained under a hospital order.
Book launch: Portraits of Injustice16th September 2019
In order to show the impact of international crimes on victims, the International Victimology Institute Tilburg (INTERVICT) of Tilburg University will present the photo book 'Portraits of Injustice: Forced marriage and related sexual violence under the Khmer Rouge' on September 24th, 2019. The photo book portrays twelve victims of forced marriage under the Khmer Rouge in words and pictures.
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