The Criminal Policy Research Center, with the support of the United Nations Latin American Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders – ILANUD – invites the academic community to the International Congress: Legal Pluralism, human rights, and criminal policy critical perspectives.
The second session of the Seminar held April 23, 2019, concluded successfully.
On February 26, 2019, the Criminal Policy Research Centre organized a breakfast meeting to bring together criminal policy criminologists and researchers.
The Criminal Policy Research Center – CIPC – invites fourth and fifth-year Law students, as well as graduates, to participate.
The Call for five undergraduate monitors opens February 1, 2019.
It will be a cultural and academic space seeking to provide elements for reflection on the construction of a criminal policy respectful of the principle of innocence and human rights.