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2018-2019
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Doel vak

The aim of this course is to familiarize students with different forms
of transnational crimes that occur in the context of conflict and to
understand and explain their occurrence and relation to conflict.

Upon completion of the course the student:
- understands the characteristics and definitions of different types of
transnational crimes;
- is aware of definitional debates around the transnational crimes
phenomena;
- is aware of and has knowledge about responses to transnational crimes
and the relevant legal actors in that context;
- can apply theoretical concepts to conflict situations in order to
analyse the occurrence of transnational crimes;
- can think critically about policy responses in this area.

Inhoud vak

This course focuses on the interrelation between conflict and
transnational crimes. How do wars or uprisings create, facilitate and
proliferate transnational crime? What are the links between organized
crime and conflict? During the course, practitioners and researchers
from other universities will be invited to give guest lectures about a
specific type of transnational crime and link it to conflict. Topics may
change per year, but expect topics such as conflict-related types of:
human trafficking/ human smuggling, illegal extraction of natural
resources (mining, oil, logging, wildlife crimes), illegal trade in arts
and artefacts, illegal weapons trade, fraud, environmental crimes or
piracy.

Onderwijsvorm

The course will consist of a combination of lectures and workshops. In
each lecture, a guest lecturer will zoom in on a specific type of
transnational crime, firstly by discussing definitions of, and responses
to, that type of crime; and secondly by looking into examples of
occurrences of the type of transnational crime in conflicts.

In addition, there will be three workshops in which students, in an
interactive manner, will study a given conflict and look more closely
into the occurrence of transnational crime in that conflict.

There will be one lecture every week (7 in total) and one workshop every
other week (3 in total).

Toetsvorm

Changed: November 2018

The course is evaluated with written assignments in preparation for the
tutorials, and a final written assignment in the form of a research
paper.

Literatuur

The course will use a handbook on transnational crime, supplemented with
academic articles on transnational crime in conflict situations.

Doelgroep

Apart from students in criminology, the course is also available for a
limited number of students from other universities/faculties, exchange
students, contractor students (students who pay for one course).

Afwijkende intekenprocedure

Only a limited amout of students (60) may participate in the course.

Algemene informatie

Vakcode R_TCC
Studiepunten 6 EC
Periode P4
Vakniveau 500
Onderwijstaal Engels
Faculteit Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid
Vakcoördinator dr. M.P. Bolhuis
Examinator dr. M.P. Bolhuis
Docenten

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