Keynote Sessions

Governance and physical safety aspects of detaining children: an international survey on implications for policy and service development
Sue Bailey, London

Collaboration between state, youth institutions and universities
Eva Mulder, Zutphen

Exploring the potential for culture-based research on psychopathology of delinquent youth
Thomas Grisso, Worcester, MA

Conduct disorders and development of antisocial personality developmental aspects and therapeutic perspectives
Klaus Schmeck, Basel

Lessons learned from forensic sample studies
Robert Vermeiren, Oegstgeest

Juvenile murderers – etiology and prognosis: a 13-year follow-up study
Helmut Remschmidt, Marburg

Treatment of violent juvenile offenders: what works and which programs are cost-efficient?
Jérôme Endrass, Zürich

Psychiatric and psychosocial conditions in Moroccan youth in The Netherlands and in Morocco
Theo Doreleijers, Duivendrecht

The support center for women and children victims of violence in South Korea
Min-Sup Shin, Seoul

Ethical issues in adolescent forensic psychiatry
Riittakerttu Kaltiala-Heino, Pitkäniemi

Beneficial cross-over effects of prevention programmes: on drug abuse and antisocial behaviour
Gregor Burkhart, Lisboa

Live-Video-Interview: Survivors of the abyss: the risk of being a resilient delinquent
Hans Steiner, Stanford, CA

Current perspective on empathic deficits in aggressive and antisocial behaviour
Christina Stadler, Basel

Lessons learned from the federal hotline for victims of sexual abuse in Germany
Jörg M. Fegert, Ulm

What do studies of prevalence, risk factors and intervention tell us about adolescent sexual offending?
Cecilia Kjellgren, Lund

Studying persons rather than variables to increase usefulness to practice – examples from research on offending and psychopathy
Henrik Andershed, Örebro

Adolescent forensic cultures around Europe – do we need a new understanding of adolescence for better informed policies?
Renate Schepker, Ravensburg