Standing Group on Organised Crime is the leading scholarly organisation part of ECPR focusing on organised crime studies and having academic and non-academic networks across the world. We are looking for a media editor, ideally an early career scholar, PhD student or postdoctoral fellow, to update our website – https://standinggroups.ecpr.eu/sgoc/ – and manage the twitter account of our … SGOC seeks a new Media Editor!
Vol. 46 • No. 3 • May/June 2021 Hi everyone, please see the link below to the latest journal from the American Society of Criminology, featuring the latest news and in depth scholarly research from the US https://asc41.com/wp-content/uploads/ASC-Criminologist-2021-05.pdf
The ECPR Standing groups on organised crime and (anti) corruption and integrity present a series of discussions hosted by a number of acadmic experts, each session will examine a different facet of corruption, to register go to www.ecpr.eu/events/169 Each roundtable will focus on a different topic. The first event will take place on Wednesday 19 … Roundtable events on corruption and organised crime
7 – 26 June 2021, Virtual event Our Standing Group on Organised Crime (SGOC) is pleased to announce its first online Summer School on Transnational Organised Crime. Held in a new all-empowering and equal opportunity format, the remote programme offers a remarkable learning experience from the comfort of your own home. As with previous SGOC Schools, the programme is intended … Summer School on Transnational Organised Crime
2020 was a year to forget for many, and as 2021 dawns and the world starts to gear up for something resembling normality the ECPR SGOC is busy planning a number of events that will bring together academics and practitioners over the coming year. You can read about the events below, more details will be … Save the date: Coming up in 2021
Call for Papers: Special Issue on John le Carré to be published in Intelligence and National Security This is a call for submissions for a special issue on John le Carré to be published in Intelligence and National Security and edited by Dr. Pauline Blistène and Dr. Damien Van Puyvelde. This special issue will investigate the historical, political, cultural and philosophical significance … CFP: Intelligence and National Security – John le Carré
We are delighted to announce that Chris Allen joins SGOC as Media Editor. He will responsible for the management of SGOC’s twitter account, webpage, and communication. You can find the short bio of Chris below: Chris Allen is a researcher, lecturer and consultant specialising in transnational organised crime and how it is policed. He is … Chris Allen joins SGOC as Media Editor
Online Workshop on 28-29 January 2021 Qualitative Methods in the Study of Organized Crime: Perspectives, Challenges and Opportunities An online workshop organised by the University of Milan on ‘Qualitative Methods in the Study of Organized Crime:Perspectives, Challenges and Opportunities’ to take place on 28-29 January 2021. The first session will be held in English and the second session will … Online workshop on organised crime