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FIDUCIA is a research project that will shed light on a number of distinctively “new European” criminal behaviours that have emerged in the last decade
FIDUCIA Newsletter Issue 3 ~ 13 Feb 2013
FIDUCIA Second Progress Meeting

The next progress meeting of the FIDUCIA project will be held in the Department of Law of the University of Parma (Italy) on March 22, 2013.
The meeting will mark the succesful completion of the first year of FIDUCIA activities and will be attended by members of all partner institutions and the project officer, Ms Cristina Marcuzzo. Participants will discuss current findings and the plan of activities for 2013 and 2014...

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FIDUCIA at the 13th European Society of Criminology (ESC) Annual Conference 2013

FIDUCIA will be present at the 13th European Society of Criminology (ESC) Annual Conference to take place in Budapest on 4-7 September 2013.
The 13th ESC Annual Conference will be on the subject: "Beyond "Punitiveness": Crime and Crime Control in Europe in a Comparative Perspective" and will be hosted at the ELTE University, Faculty of Law, Department of Criminology, Hungarian Society of Criminology...

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Interview with Dr. Boda Zsolt

Senior research fellow, Head of Department,
Institute of Political Science,
Hungarian Academy of Sciences


“At the individual level the same mechanisms seem to determine trust in institutions both in Western and in Central and Eastern Europe”

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Latest on Fiducia

FIDUCIA publishes Policy Brief on Crime Trends in Europe
Research under WP2 “State-of-the-Art Crime Trends” focused on providing a synthesis of what can be said with confidence about crime trends in Europe, drawing the policy implications on this synthesis, and resulted in a European Policy Brief on crime trends, a paper on policy-relevance of existing crime data...

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FIDUCIA publishes Report on an Empirical Assessment of Fear of Crime and Punitive Sentiment across Europe
Research under WP4 “State-of-the-Art Public Perceptions” focused on drawing the general picture on attitudes towards crime, justice and punishment, as well as mapping the phenomena by their geographical and social location in Europe, and resulted in a paper...

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FIDUCIA publishes Literature Review of the Key European Research on Fear of Crime, Punitive Attitudes and Trust in Justice
Research under WP4 “State-of-the-Art Public Perceptions” focused on drawing the general picture on attitudes towards crime, justice and punishment, as well as mapping the phenomena by their geographical and social location in Europe, and resulted in a paper ...

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