Research of Professors Bravo and López presented at the World Society of Victimology’s 13th International Symposium of Victimology
When experts on victimology met at Tokiwa University, in Mito, Ibaraki, Japan in late August of this year for the 13th World Congress of Victimology, the work of two scholars from IU Law – Indianapolis was presented.
Professor María Pabón López presented a paper on her research regarding hate crimes against immigrants in the U.S. The work of Professor Karen E. Bravo on the personhood of the victims of human trafficking was also presented. The symposium, which takes place every three years, had “Victimology and Human Security” as its theme and featured researchers from all over the world. For more information about this conference, see http://www.isv2009.com/index.html.