“Science, Technology and Justice” Criminal Justice Festival returns to Modena, Carpi, Sassuolo and Pavolo
The criminal justice festival “Science, Technology, and Justice” is back again, but it will also maintain its online usability after 135,000 connections last year. The third edition of the appointment promoted and organized by the Criminal Justice Festival Association will take place in Onlus, from Friday 20 to Sunday 22 May, with a pre-event on Thursday 19. Idea by Luca Lubaria Donati, Scientific Director, and Guido Sola (in the picture), President of Fgp, with Martina Cagossi, Elena Lenzini, Roberto Ricco and Gianpaolo Ronsisvalle, the Criminal Justice Festival takes place in Modena, Carpi, Sassuolo and Buffalo and counts guests of the highest caliber.
Psychoanalyst and essayist Massimo Recalcatti, virologist Matteo Bassetti, psychiatrist and writer Paolo Crypt, Director of the Department of Security Information Elisabetta Belloni, journalist Luigi Ferrarella, essayist Armando Torno, Undersecretaries of the Ministry of Justice, Francesco Paolo Sesto and in defense, Giorgio Moli, Attorney General at Naples, the National Anti-Mafia Prosecutor Giovanni Melello has appointed forensic expert and writer Cristina Cattaneo.
Plus Brendon Jarrett of Duke University, Adam Nieto Martin of Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha and Fabian Tarsan of the Paris Troupe. These are just some of the 84 speakers at the Criminal Justice Festival which also aims this year to bring a large audience closer to complex issues, using unconventional communicative and organizational records, telling life stories, and translating into the languages of lawyers and professionals. of the law.
Jurists, of course, participate in the event, but above all not jurists – emphasizes Luca Lubaria Donati – the chosen topic is of great importance and uses keywords such as artificial intelligence, neuroscience, psychoanalysis and forensic science, with rumor advocates and experts. The relationship between science and technology And criminal justice is full of ideas and suggestions that affect everyone’s lives.”
The event is organized in cooperation with the municipalities of Modena, Carpi, Sassuolo and Pavolo, the Casa di Risparmio di Carpi Foundation, the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, the Modena Bar Association, the Modena Criminal Chamber, the Italy Innocence Project and the Buffalo Lions. . The festival is also sponsored by the Senate of the Republic and the Emilia-Romagna Region, as well as by many other bodies.
And distinguished guests participate, who will be able to provide staples of thought about the impact of new technologies and the most advanced scientific methods on criminal justice, and even before that, on people’s lives. The packed programme, built around science and technology themes, will see the participation of important legal scholars, including university professors (including foreigners), constitutional judges, leaders of the judiciary and the legal professions, as well as politicians, opinion leaders, scholars and journalists.
The program can be viewed on the website and all sessions will be free and also available online on the festival’s website and Youtube channel.
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