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    Country: Denmark

    Mobile devices, especially smartphones represent a unique challenge for law enforcement. Criminal offenders use phones to communicate, coordinate, organise and execute criminal actions. This is especially true for organised crime and terrorist organisations. This development provides new challenges for criminal prosecution and it is vital to empower law enforcement to access the data stored on mobile devices to use it as court evidence in a trustworthy and reliable manner.The overarching objective of FORMOBILE is to establish a complete end to end forensic investigation chain, targeting for mobile devices. To achieve this goal three objectives will be pursued. Novel tools shall be developed that include the acquisition of previously unavailable mobile data, unlocking mobile devices, as well as the decoding and analysis of mobile data. Based on the definition ofrequirements of law enforcement and legal and ethical issues a new mobile forensics standard shall be developed. With the developments of the new standard and the new tools, training for police and criminal prosecution will be established, providing the end users with the latest knowledge in a novel and an innovative curriculum to ensure a quality standard of investigations.The European Union (EU) has developed as a Security Union, building on the European Agenda on Security. This aims to ensure that people live in an area of freedom, security, and justice, without internal frontiers. To strengthen digital forensics in the context of criminal investigations is crucial to achieve this vision. FORMOBILE contributes to the fight against virtually all forms of crime. This isbecause mobile devices are widely used in crimes, especially in the arrangement of conspiracies.Yet, there are crimes more closely related to mobile devices; this includes child abuse and emerging forms of cybercrime in particular. To fight crime effectively, law enforcement has to be empowered to access all evidence stored on mobile devices.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Orina, Nabil Mokaya;
    Country: Denmark

    There has been considerable scholarly attention on the International Criminal Court (ICC) since it came into operation nearly two decades ago. Most of this literature has focused on the role of the Court in the global justice system, particularly its relationship with states. It has been argued that through complementarity – the recognition of states’ primacy over the ICC in exercise of jurisdiction within their territories – the Court may exert pressure on states to prosecute international crimes by acting as a catalyst for domestic action. These theoretical assumptions have been followed up with empirical studies on the effects of complementarity on ICC situation countries. Complementarity-focused research has, therefore, sought to determine whether threatened or actual intervention of the ICC has spurred domestic prosecution of international crimes. While this has been the main focus of studies on the impact of the ICC and certainly provides useful data, there has been limited attention on assessing the impact of the ICC from a holistic perspective which would entail understanding the Court’s broader ‘shadow’ and how that shadow has shaped narratives of conflict and how to redress it. Even though the ICC’s broader purpose beyond its role as a criminal court is contested, this research engages with key documents, policies and decisions of the Court to problematise the Court’s identity, on one hand, and empirical data from selected case studies to assess how the Court has been ‘received’ in the local set up, on the other hand. Further to understanding this ‘dialogue’, this thesis proposes a new framework of looking at impact through the political relationship between the ICC and the Situation country. This framework is then applied in explaining why impact may differ from one Situation to another.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Riesto, Svava; Lamm, Bettina;
    Country: Denmark
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Kristensen, Kristian Søby; Byrjalsen, Niels;
    Publisher: The French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs
    Country: Denmark
  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Munck Petersen, Rikke;
    Country: Denmark

    A sequence of filmic and medium explorations shows the multi-sensorial and affective capacity of the film medium in relation to the importance of medium interchange and shifts in landscape design making.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Munck Petersen, Rikke;
    Country: Denmark

    Film med eksempler på filmisk speciale arbejde, der er afsluttet eller pågår 2016-2020, og viser forskellige måder at bruge filmmediet i forskellige stadier med forskellige formål og påvirkninger i tankerne. Examples of Filmic Master Thesis work finalized or in progress 2016-2020 shows diverse ways of using the film medium in different stages, with different purposes and affects in mind.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Munck Petersen, Rikke;
    Country: Denmark

    Video foredrag med Lektor Rikke Munck Petersen ved Sektion for landskabsarkitektur og planlægning ved Københavns Universitet om brugen af ​​film i undervisningen af ​​landskabsarkitekturstuderende på kandidat- og bachelorniveau siden 2014 og fordelene ved at fange stedbundne og sanselige egenskaber, film mediet som redskab i både stedsundersøgelse og forslagsstillelse og dermed design processer og videproduktion - grundlæggende i skabelsen af ​​landskabsarkitektur.Tre film sammensat af studerendes filmiske arbejder akkompagnerer foredraget. Video lecture with Associate Professor Rikke Munck Petersen at the Section of Landscape Architecture and Planning at the University of Copenhagen on the use of films in the teaching of landscape architecture students at the master's and bachelor's level since 2014 and the benefits of capturing place-bound and sensory properties, film the medium as a tool in both site survey and proposal and thus design processes and knowledge production - fundamental in the creation of landscape architecture. Three films composed of student filmic works accompany the lecture.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Vestergaard, Jørn;
    Country: Denmark

    The report offers an account of how mobile forensic tools aimed at retrieving, decoding and further analyzing information from a mobile device (e.g. a smartphone), are allowed under the applicable criminal law in Denmark.

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    Authors: 
    Junk, Wiebke Marie; Crepaz, Michele; Hanegraaff, Marcel; Berkhout, Joost; Aizenberg, Ellis;
    Country: Denmark

    The Interest Representation during the Coronavirus Crisis (InterCov) Project set out to assess the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on interest representation and political advocacy.In this report, we summarise important descriptive patters in the data collected through a cross-country online survey, which we conducted in June and July 2020 in nine European countries (Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Austria, Ireland, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Italy, France) and at the EU level.In the report, we discuss initial findings on six questions that we expect to be of interest to both interest organisations and scholars alike:- Did Covid-19 change the involvement of interest organisations in decision-making and public debates?- For whom did access to policy discussions change under the spread of Covid-19?- Who faced mobilisation problems during the Covid-19 crisis?- How did lobbying intensity on different Coronavirus-related policy vary?- How do organisations perceive their impact on crisis management policies in Covid-19 times?- What potential insights we can use to develop sustainable advocacy and public affairs strategies in the near future?These findings were also communicated in a series of Zoom Events for survey respondents and other interested parties in October 2020.For more information, see: https://www.wiebkejunk.com/intercov-project

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2019
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Uhre, Valdemar H.B.; Nordfang, Maria; Starrfelt, Randi;
    Country: Denmark

    This programme accompanies the paper: Nordfang et al. (2019) A free and simple computerized screening test for visual field defects. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. DOI: 10.1111/sjop.12546Instructions:1. Download the .zip-file to your computer and unzip the file. There is a readme file in the folder with these instructions.2. Download "StandalonePsychoPy" version 1.90.2 following the appropriate link below (note that compatability issues are likely to occur for alternative versions, so do use the specified version).- Windows: https://github.com/psychopy/psychopy/releases/download/1.90.2/StandalonePsychoPy2-1.90.2-win32.exe- Mac: https://github.com/psychopy/psychopy/releases/download/1.90.2/StandalonePsychoPy2-1.90.2-MacOS.dmg3. Install psychopy on your computer by opening the downloaded file (win version for windows and OS-X for mac)4. Open psychopy and click "open" in the Coder window (not the Builder window)5. Find the "VFT.py" file and open it6. Press on green "running man" icon in the Coder window to run the test.

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  • Restricted English
    Country: Denmark

    Mobile devices, especially smartphones represent a unique challenge for law enforcement. Criminal offenders use phones to communicate, coordinate, organise and execute criminal actions. This is especially true for organised crime and terrorist organisations. This development provides new challenges for criminal prosecution and it is vital to empower law enforcement to access the data stored on mobile devices to use it as court evidence in a trustworthy and reliable manner.The overarching objective of FORMOBILE is to establish a complete end to end forensic investigation chain, targeting for mobile devices. To achieve this goal three objectives will be pursued. Novel tools shall be developed that include the acquisition of previously unavailable mobile data, unlocking mobile devices, as well as the decoding and analysis of mobile data. Based on the definition ofrequirements of law enforcement and legal and ethical issues a new mobile forensics standard shall be developed. With the developments of the new standard and the new tools, training for police and criminal prosecution will be established, providing the end users with the latest knowledge in a novel and an innovative curriculum to ensure a quality standard of investigations.The European Union (EU) has developed as a Security Union, building on the European Agenda on Security. This aims to ensure that people live in an area of freedom, security, and justice, without internal frontiers. To strengthen digital forensics in the context of criminal investigations is crucial to achieve this vision. FORMOBILE contributes to the fight against virtually all forms of crime. This isbecause mobile devices are widely used in crimes, especially in the arrangement of conspiracies.Yet, there are crimes more closely related to mobile devices; this includes child abuse and emerging forms of cybercrime in particular. To fight crime effectively, law enforcement has to be empowered to access all evidence stored on mobile devices.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Orina, Nabil Mokaya;
    Country: Denmark

    There has been considerable scholarly attention on the International Criminal Court (ICC) since it came into operation nearly two decades ago. Most of this literature has focused on the role of the Court in the global justice system, particularly its relationship with states. It has been argued that through complementarity – the recognition of states’ primacy over the ICC in exercise of jurisdiction within their territories – the Court may exert pressure on states to prosecute international crimes by acting as a catalyst for domestic action. These theoretical assumptions have been followed up with empirical studies on the effects of complementarity on ICC situation countries. Complementarity-focused research has, therefore, sought to determine whether threatened or actual intervention of the ICC has spurred domestic prosecution of international crimes. While this has been the main focus of studies on the impact of the ICC and certainly provides useful data, there has been limited attention on assessing the impact of the ICC from a holistic perspective which would entail understanding the Court’s broader ‘shadow’ and how that shadow has shaped narratives of conflict and how to redress it. Even though the ICC’s broader purpose beyond its role as a criminal court is contested, this research engages with key documents, policies and decisions of the Court to problematise the Court’s identity, on one hand, and empirical data from selected case studies to assess how the Court has been ‘received’ in the local set up, on the other hand. Further to understanding this ‘dialogue’, this thesis proposes a new framework of looking at impact through the political relationship between the ICC and the Situation country. This framework is then applied in explaining why impact may differ from one Situation to another.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Riesto, Svava; Lamm, Bettina;
    Country: Denmark
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Kristensen, Kristian Søby; Byrjalsen, Niels;
    Publisher: The French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs
    Country: Denmark
  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Munck Petersen, Rikke;
    Country: Denmark

    A sequence of filmic and medium explorations shows the multi-sensorial and affective capacity of the film medium in relation to the importance of medium interchange and shifts in landscape design making.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Munck Petersen, Rikke;
    Country: Denmark

    Film med eksempler på filmisk speciale arbejde, der er afsluttet eller pågår 2016-2020, og viser forskellige måder at bruge filmmediet i forskellige stadier med forskellige formål og påvirkninger i tankerne. Examples of Filmic Master Thesis work finalized or in progress 2016-2020 shows diverse ways of using the film medium in different stages, with different purposes and affects in mind.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Munck Petersen, Rikke;
    Country: Denmark

    Video foredrag med Lektor Rikke Munck Petersen ved Sektion for landskabsarkitektur og planlægning ved Københavns Universitet om brugen af ​​film i undervisningen af ​​landskabsarkitekturstuderende på kandidat- og bachelorniveau siden 2014 og fordelene ved at fange stedbundne og sanselige egenskaber, film mediet som redskab i både stedsundersøgelse og forslagsstillelse og dermed design processer og videproduktion - grundlæggende i skabelsen af ​​landskabsarkitektur.Tre film sammensat af studerendes filmiske arbejder akkompagnerer foredraget. Video lecture with Associate Professor Rikke Munck Petersen at the Section of Landscape Architecture and Planning at the University of Copenhagen on the use of films in the teaching of landscape architecture students at the master's and bachelor's level since 2014 and the benefits of capturing place-bound and sensory properties, film the medium as a tool in both site survey and proposal and thus design processes and knowledge production - fundamental in the creation of landscape architecture. Three films composed of student filmic works accompany the lecture.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Vestergaard, Jørn;
    Country: Denmark

    The report offers an account of how mobile forensic tools aimed at retrieving, decoding and further analyzing information from a mobile device (e.g. a smartphone), are allowed under the applicable criminal law in Denmark.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Junk, Wiebke Marie; Crepaz, Michele; Hanegraaff, Marcel; Berkhout, Joost; Aizenberg, Ellis;
    Country: Denmark

    The Interest Representation during the Coronavirus Crisis (InterCov) Project set out to assess the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on interest representation and political advocacy.In this report, we summarise important descriptive patters in the data collected through a cross-country online survey, which we conducted in June and July 2020 in nine European countries (Denmark, Sweden, Germany, Austria, Ireland, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Italy, France) and at the EU level.In the report, we discuss initial findings on six questions that we expect to be of interest to both interest organisations and scholars alike:- Did Covid-19 change the involvement of interest organisations in decision-making and public debates?- For whom did access to policy discussions change under the spread of Covid-19?- Who faced mobilisation problems during the Covid-19 crisis?- How did lobbying intensity on different Coronavirus-related policy vary?- How do organisations perceive their impact on crisis management policies in Covid-19 times?- What potential insights we can use to develop sustainable advocacy and public affairs strategies in the near future?These findings were also communicated in a series of Zoom Events for survey respondents and other interested parties in October 2020.For more information, see: https://www.wiebkejunk.com/intercov-project

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2019
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Uhre, Valdemar H.B.; Nordfang, Maria; Starrfelt, Randi;
    Country: Denmark

    This programme accompanies the paper: Nordfang et al. (2019) A free and simple computerized screening test for visual field defects. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology. DOI: 10.1111/sjop.12546Instructions:1. Download the .zip-file to your computer and unzip the file. There is a readme file in the folder with these instructions.2. Download "StandalonePsychoPy" version 1.90.2 following the appropriate link below (note that compatability issues are likely to occur for alternative versions, so do use the specified version).- Windows: https://github.com/psychopy/psychopy/releases/download/1.90.2/StandalonePsychoPy2-1.90.2-win32.exe- Mac: https://github.com/psychopy/psychopy/releases/download/1.90.2/StandalonePsychoPy2-1.90.2-MacOS.dmg3. Install psychopy on your computer by opening the downloaded file (win version for windows and OS-X for mac)4. Open psychopy and click "open" in the Coder window (not the Builder window)5. Find the "VFT.py" file and open it6. Press on green "running man" icon in the Coder window to run the test.

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