The National Sex Offender Registry is a national registration system for sex offenders who have been convicted of designated sex offences and ordered by the courts to report annually to police.
This database is accessible to all accredited Canadian police agencies through a provincial/territorial registration centre.
Participation is free, but there are limited seats available.
Therefore, registration is required through the secretariat of private law ([email protected]) to Mrs Wijnans, mentioning your name and organization, and 20 June EEF.
Conducting her own research, Natalia had gained more knowledge of comparative law methodology, possible interactions between tort law and family law and procreational responsibility.
She took the opportunity to dialogue with other researchers on topics of mutual interest, like Dr.
Twenty participants with various academic backgrounds (including anthropology, development studies, sociology, political science, sexology, history) from Belgium, France, Germany, Russia, England, Ireland and four Dutch universities, discussed developments in the area of sex categorisations and registration, the do’s and don’ts of interdisciplinary research, and possibilities for funding.