16 May 2017 | Vienna, Austria
The involvement of the population in police work is a controversial topic. For some, it represents a significant contribution to increasing the sense of security of the inhabitants, an opportunity to make police work more democratic and participatory. Others, however, fear the softening of the state's monopoly of violence, which could promote whistle-blowing and the formation of neighbourhood watches. Which human rights perspectives and considerations are relevant to the implementation of community policing strategies and how can digital solutions promote them? In the next HUMAN RIGHTS TALK, the following panelists will discuss this conflicted theme:
Moderation: Irene BRICKNER (Der Standard).
Kindly observe that this event is held in German. The admission is free, for logistical reasons we kindly ask you to register at firstname.lastname@example.org!
The event will take place on Tuesday, 16 May 2017 at 19:00 in the Dachgeschoss Juridicum (Schottenbastei 10-16, 1010 Vienna) and is organised by the Research Centre Human Rights of the University of Vienna in cooperation with the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights.
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