Events

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Online Consortium Meeting

Due to COVID19 induced travel constraints, our Consortium Meeting takes place online from May 5 to 6, 2020.

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Mid-Term Review

On December 10, 2019, the IMPRODOVA Steering Board and Coordinator present their project in Brussels at the REA premises to the EU Project Advisor and Reviewers.

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Violence has many faces

Invitation to Presentation on Domestic Violence in Münster, Germany

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Conference of the American Society of Criminology (ASC)

IMPRODOVA Coordinator Joachim Kersten presents the project and its implications on policing

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Consortium Meeting in Porto

From November 5 to 6, 2019, the IMPRODOVA Consortium Meeting takes place in Porto at the Porto Innovation Hub. This time, also members of the project's Advisory Board will be present. One day before the meeting, Consortium members have the opportunity to visit Porto Police and their GAIV-work.

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Fifth International Conference on law Enforcement and Public Health (LEPH)

In a collaborative panel and at the pre-conference, IMPRODOVA researchers from DHPol, PB, POLAMK and UoG present their project findings.

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19th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology

In a collaborative panel CNRS, UoG and VICESSE present their IMPRODOVA research.

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3rd European Conference on Domestic Violence

IMPRODOVA researchers Michele Burman, Oona Brooks-Hay, Lisa Bradley and Catharina Vogt present their results from the IMPRODOVA field work.

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DV seminar in Paris by CREOGN:

"Violences intrafamiliales : réflexions sur l’intervention"

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Consortium Meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland

From May 7 to 8, 2019, the IMPRODOVA Consortium Meeting takes place in Edinburgh. Venue is the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh. One day before the meeting, Consortium members have the opportunity to participate at the "Journey of a DV call" at the premises of Police Scotland.

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