Call for Papers. New Criminal Politics regarding Terrorism

8 - 10 of March 2017  NEW INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR: New Criminal Politics regarding Terrorism.

Information: In the framework of Spanish Research Project  “New Criminal Politics regarding Terrorism”, funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (Reference DER2015-64983-R) a “Call for papers” is opened with the objective of receiving Communications or Papers in the International Seminar "New Criminal Politics regarding Terrorism".

The information to attend the Seminar, which is exempted from fees as well as limited to 25 people (proffesors, students of Master or PhD) will be given on January 2017.

PhD Students and Lecturers are invited to submit presentations about Terrorism Crime referred Global Terrorism. The presentations lenght should be at most of 12 minutes and they can also include multidisciplinary studies, statistical data and Comparative Law studies.

Abstracts shall be written in Spanish/ Italian / English, not exceed 5 pages (Times New Roman 12, single spaced, Identitation 0 points) and should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 09/01/2017

If the presentations are accepted, the submission of the completed papers will be allowed to send to the email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 20/12/2017. This paper will be revised and it should be at maximun length of 10,000 words in English / Spanish / Italian. Style Guidelines to write the paper will be send later.

Evaluation Committee:

- Ana Isabel Pérez Cepeda (Professor of Criminal Law, University of Salamanca)

- Nieves Sanz Mulas (Lecturer of Criminal Law, University of Salamanca)

- María Concepción Gorjón Barranco (Assistant Lecturer of Criminal Law, University of Salamanca)

- Miriam Ruiz Arias (PhD Candidate, University of Salamanca)

Thematic Clusters and Subthemes:

1- Diferentiation between Terrorism crime and other related crimes 

2- Agreement agaisnt Yihadism

3-  Terrorism and "Criminal Law for the Enemy"

4- International and European law agaisnt Terrorism

5- Terrorism Prevention

6- Terrorism Classes

7- National Security, protection of citizen and defence

8- Judicial Cooperation

9- Terrorism Funding

10- Funding and other crimes

11- Victims

12- Penalties and reconciliation