Due to the current situation in relation to the outbreak of Covid-19, the 2020 Stockholm Criminology Symposium and the Stockholm Prize in Criminology Award Ceremony will not be held in June as planned.
Instead, the 2021 Symposium and Award Ceremony will give us the opportunity to highlight the work of both this year's and next year's Stockholm Prize in Criminology laureates.
To be able to present at the Symposium you need to be registered as a speaker, having paid the speakers' fee. If you have not registered your presentation will be removed from the program.
Registration for speakers and Call for presentations closed February 27. To be able to present at the Symposium you need to be registered as a speaker, having paid the registration fee. If you have not registered your presentation will be removed from the program. In case your abstract is not accepted, we will contact you regarding a refund of the registration fee. For more information, contact the Symposium Office via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The session is 90 minutes long. Depending on the number of speakers, you will have approximately 20-25 minutes for your presentation. Allow 10 minutes for questions at the end of the session. Please read our guidelines for more information. We recommend speakers to use powerpoint for clarity. Bring your presentation on a USB stick. The session rooms are equipped with computers and LCD projectors. Please keep your presentation within the given time frame.
Sessions are 90 minutes long and should include sufficient time for questions at the end. Please arrive in the room a few minutes before the session starts and make sure that all speakers are informed of how much time they have at their disposal. Please also make sure that the session starts on time and that the presentations are kept within the given time frame. There will be signs prepared and available in the room that can be used to silently signal to presenters when they are nearing the time limit, sheets of paper for five, three, and one minutes remaining. Introduce each speaker with a few words about the author and/or the topic. At the end of the session, invite questions and discussions from the audience. Please finish on time.