The Institute of Criminology has been focusing on innovations in the fields of criminology and law for more than half a century, and in the section below there are only our latest news related to our work, dissemination of scientific results and public awareness activities.
Our researcher dr. Renata Salecl was a guest on the podcast “Lovim ravnotežje”, where she spoke about her research on choice,
Palgrave Macmillan has published a monograph entitled Artificial Intelligence, Social Harms and Human Rights, edited by our researcher Prof. Dr. Aleš Završnik
In the framework of the bilateral project "Fundamental Principles of Criminal Law and Procedure in a Transnational Environment", co-financed by the Slovenian
On 9 December 2022, our researcher Dr Renata Salecl gave a lecture on truth, ignorance and apathy in today's times as part of Vadim Fishkin's exhibition
The French publishing house Éditions Stilus has published the book Running on the Spot - The Subject as Hostage of Neoliberalism by our researcher Dr Renata
On Wednesday, 30 November 2022, our researchers, Dr Matjaž Jager, Dr Matjaž Ambrož, Lora Briški and Marko Drobnjak attended the 14th Criminal Law and Criminology
A paperback edition of The Passion to Ignorance: What We Choose Not to Know and Why, by our researcher Dr. Renata Salecl, has
The Institute has so far conducted numerous research projects, dealing with the most diverse areas of crime and criminal justice: operation of substantive and procedural criminal law, administration of criminal justice, international and European criminal law, criminal policy, penology and corrections, juvenile delinquency and juvenile justice, children’s rights, criminal phenomenology, social pathology and deviancy, victimology, social control, criminal investigation, children’s rights and other related research areas.