On 17.06, a seminar on urban design took place in the premises of the new building of the Estonian Academy of Security Sciences, bringing together architects, city planners, urbanists and other space creation specialists in order to discuss the current situation and the future plans together with police officers.
The Law Society of England and Wales has a strong interest in the impact of technology and data use on human rights. To help us understand this very broad issue, we will be examining one specific aspect: the use of algorithms in the justice system.
Over 2,000 crime prevention practitioners all attended the event 24th Deutsche Präventionstag (DPT) and the 13th Annual International Forum (AIF), which took place from 20–21 May in Berlin. We are pleased that a number of CCI Consortium members participated in this important event — as well as presenting at the AIF.
It was held in Iceland, last 25-29 March, the Intercultural Integration Academy organized by the Council of Europe (Intercultural Cities Programme: https://www.coe.int/en/web/interculturalcities/), the Ministry of Social Affairs of Iceland and UNHCR.
The CCI project had its debut in Mexico when Dr Francesc Guillen, CCI Partner from the Department of Interior of Catalona (INT) delivered an in-depth presentation on the project.
The CCI project was presented by the Lisbon Municipal Police, Lisbon City Council, one of the LEAs, partners of the project, at the conference "Segurança Urbana - Os Municípios e a Proteção do Espaço Público" (Urban Safety - The Municipalities and the Protection of the Public Space).