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September 2014

Wednesday 3rd

International Association for the Treatment of Sexual Offend

Porto, Portugal
The scientific program of the conference will reveal the recent developments, dynamics and diversities of current worldwide research on aspects of sexual offender assessment and treatment, which are of major importance with regard to both academia and society. It will also provide an opportunity for participants to meet and network with colleagues from around the world.

The chosen spotlight of the congress is “Criminal Policies in Sexual Violence: From Research to Legislation and Treatment”. Only by a professional perspective based on high quality research we can continue to bring further improvements into the field. A high quality program is planned with internationally recognized key experts in the field delivering plenary and symposia lectures. These invited talks and a selective choice of presentations (in both oral and poster formats) will add this scientific program to the top-level.

We look forward to seeing you in Porto and invite you to submit your proposals for oral or poster presentations (deadline 13th May).

In order to participate please register for the 13th IATSO Conference in 2014, by clicking on the below mentioned link, or paste it into your internet browser: www.fpce.up.pt/iatso2014/index.html or www.iatso.org.

Thursday 4th

International Security Conference

Grand Hyatt Hotel, Hong Kong
The conference will deliver tactical and operational solutions to the most challenging sectors of security.

This conference is not theoretical event. Rather, participants will hear operational conferences, engage in practical simulations, exercises and live demonstrations.

For more information: http://events.condor-security.com/content/HKG-Operational-Tactics-and-Solutions/

Monday 8th

Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute

Basel, Switzerland
The course aims at providing health professionals with the information, methods and tools needed to critically analyse and address health and human rights issues affecting people in detention.

The course has an international / global perspective and covers topics such as detainee health, health systems, control of communicable diseases (TB, HIV/ AIDS), and ethical issues that arise when providing healthcare services to populations in detention.

It also provides an overview of the main legal instruments, professional codes and declarations designed to protect the rights of prisoners, detainees and patients.

For more information: http://www.swisstph.ch/teaching/professional-postgraduate/health-in-detention.html

Sunday 14th

2014 ICCA Cleveland Conference

The Westin Hotel, Cleveland, Ohio USA
The International Community Corrections Association invites you to the 50th Anniversary Research Conference, Reunion and Celebration. From September 14-17th, 2014, we will bring together an estimated 600-700 participants that include researchers, policy makers, criminal justice practitioners, and the formerly justice- involved to recall the achievements of the past and to introduce exciting innovations for the future. The 50th Anniversary Conference will be intergenerational with a special emphasis on the emerging research and implications for policy and practice.

Click here for more information

Sunday 28th