The underlying meeting of the European Postgraduate Researchers Group occurred at the European Society of Criminology (ESC) Conference in Tubingen. The ESC, the Center for Criminological Research, University of Sheffield, and the Scottish Center for Crime and Justice Research, University of Glasgow backing the Working Group. The Working Group is principally gone for doctoral and post-doctoral specialists in the early phases of their profession (up to 7 years research experience). The Group gives the chance to individuals to display their examination, and gives data on distributed work, seeking after scholarly/explore professions, applying for exploration financing and working cooperatively.
It is an interdisciplinary gathering, with individuals from different divisions from crosswise over Europe who are included in criminological examination, including law and sociological studies.
The point of the Working Group is to give a gathering to talk about, create and team up on new and imaginative criminal equity research with other early stage scientists and lead/senior scholastics on an European level.
The initially meeting occurred in Tubingen, Germany at the sixth yearly ESC gathering. The second yearly meeting of the Early Stage Researchers Working Group occurred in Bologna, 2007, and the third occurred in September 2008 at the European Society of Criminology gathering at the University of Edinburgh, held at Murrayfield Stadium. At the meeting, the Organizing Committee for the gathering was settled (see Committee Members). The fourth yearly Early Stage Researchers Working Group meeting occurred in Slovenia in 2009. For this meeting, three associations were accessible for individuals situated in Eastern European wards to go to the meeting and present papers on their examination. The fifth yearly meeting of the working gathering was in September 2010 in Liege. As regular the meeting occurred nearby the yearly ESC gathering. Be that as it may, this year the meeting was be held amid the gathering itself and not on the enlistment day. The 6th yearly meeting occurred in September 2011 in Vilnius, where again we invited three cooperation champs to show their examination. The seventh and eighth gatherings occurred in Budapest, Hungary in 2013 and Prague, Czech Republic in 2014 individually.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from European Society Of Criminology who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences