Conference Gender & Crime

Invitation and programme

Call for Papers

This year, the third edition of the Gender & Crime conference will take place under the guiding theme “Structures, causes and conditions of gender-specific violence” – in 2024 for the first time in presence!

You can register now under the following link: https://forms.office.com/e/RxgGRF9pEz 

Due to financial funding, it is possible for us not to charge a conference fee. However, a small catering fee of 20 euro will be charged for the provision of drinks and small snacks. There is a reduced fee of 15 euro for students and legal trainees.

If this fee is a significant challenge for you and you cannot afford it for financial reasons, please contact us. We will try to find individual solutions.

To be able to cover our catering costs for the two days, we kindly ask you to transfer the catering fee directly after registration to the following account:

Account holder: KFN

IBAN: DE34 2505 0180 0000 543853

BIC: SPKHDE2HXXX

Reference: Projekt 2401, Verpflegungspauschale “SURNAME, FIRST NAME” (Please enter your surname and first name here)

 

The conference will be held on Thursday, 25 April and Friday, 26 April 2024, as an in-person conference at the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen in the Adam-Von-Trott-Saal (Wilhelmsplatz 3, 37073 Göttingen). If you have any questions about the conference in advance, please send us an e-mail to genderandcrime@kfn.de

 

Gender & Crime
Structural causes and conditions of gender-specific violence

25th April 2024 (Day 1)
12.00 pm Arrival
12.30 pm Greeting
12.45 pm First keynote lecture with discussion: The state as a gender-specific relationship of violence. Intersectional perspectives
Birgit Sauer
13.45 pm Break
14.00 pm Panel session 1 – International Perspectives
1. Leah Fox, Svitlana Filyppova
Suffering in hope for the future: the status of vulnerable women and children in Ukraine and determining post-conflict solutions to support their reintegration and resocialisation
2. Anne-Kathrin Kreft
Sexual violence in armed conflicts: War strategy and structural gender inequalities
3. Amira Paripurna
Pathways To Radicalization And Women’s Role In Terrorism
4. Viviana Andreescu
Inclusion, security, and justice: Exploring the correlates of femicides in the United States
5. Purbash Nayak, Suddhasil Siddhanta
The Disliked Daughter – A Theoretical Study of Societies with Missing Females
16.00 pm Break
16.30 pm Panel discussion
With Valérie Suhr, Alexander Schwarz, Delal Atmaca, Teresa Quadt
18.30 pm End of the event
20.00 pm Joint dinner

 

26th April 2024 (Day 2)
9.00 am Panel session 2 – Partner violence
1. Stefanie Horn, Catharina Vogt, Thomas Görgen
Leaking behaviour as a basis for the prevention of lethal partner violence in separation conflicts: Results of a file-based study
2. Vanessa Uttenweiler, Kim Zibulski
Police risk analysis, risk management and interdisciplinary cooperation in cases of (ex-)partner violence
3. Laya Alizad
The working methods of the Berlin public prosecutor’s office in cases of intimate partner violence against women
4. Natalie Köpsel, Catharina Vogt, Joachim Kersten
Building bridges between victims of domestic violence and the professional support system
10.30 am Break
10.45 am Poster session
11.45 am Break
12.00 pm Panel session 3 – Prison system
1. Ulrike Häßler, Sabine Zeymer, Isabel Wittland
Female prisoners in Lower Saxony – basic documentation, needs and special features
2. Selin Arikoglu
“and then I became a criminal”: Biographical case reconstruction of delinquent young women with a migration background
3. Doreen Muhl, Anika Gomille
Allegations of sexualised violence and rejection practices in the prison system
1.00 pm Conclusion of the event

 

    Past events
  1. Conference: „Gender & Crime – Gender aspects in criminology and criminal law“The proceedings of the first Gender & Crime conference in 2021 are published by Nomos Verlag in November 2022 and are freely accessible: Link
  1. Conference: „Gender & Crime – Sexual self-determination and gender-specific violence“Proceedings will also be produced for the second conference in 2022 and are expected to be published in April 2024.