Mathias Rohe at the symposium “360° – actions against clan criminality”

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On 30 January 2019 the first ever German symposium about clan criminality was held in Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW).

“We are offering a platform that allows experts to share their latest findings about the phenomenon clan criminality and, moreover, to build connections.” – Herbert Reul, press release, state NRW.

EZIRE-director Mathias Rohe accepted the invitation of Herbert Reul (CDU), minister of the interior NRW, and spoke before the 400 attendees of the event.

The interdisciplinary orientation of the symposium – criminologists, police, theologists, legal experts, Islam scientist and local leaders were sharing experiences and accumulated knowledge – is aiming to gather the latest discoveries on topics like prevention, networking, operations and fighting crime.

The written-down version of Mathias Rohe’s talk (in German) is available for download here.