Main conference on football hooliganism issues

 

  • ‘Controlling football related violence in France: a law and order policy?’. University Lille 2: Security and Sport Mega Events, Lille: 7 April 2011.
  • ‘Counter-hooliganism policies in Europe: the slow institutionalization of a broad control of deviant behaviours’. University of Metz: Jeunesse et discrimination, Metz: 15-16 November 2010.
  • ‘European models of controlling football-related violence’. University of Florence: Urban Security and International Sports Events, Florence: 17-18 June 2010.
  • ‘Combating football-related violence in the EU: A law-abiding regulatory process?’. Université René Descartes – Paris V : Europe, football and its regulation, Paris, 7 May 2010.
  • ‘In the name of suspicion: the new security policies in football stadia’ (in French). Université Libre de Bruxelles/Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris: Les stades et leurs publics, Brussels: 5 March 2010.
  • ‘The control of football-related disorder in the EU: an optimal policy?’ (in French). Fédération Française de Football/Université Paris XI : Football & Recherches, Clairefontaine: 4-5 June 2009.
  • ‘Controlling Football Hooliganism in Europe: law and order versus civil liberties?’. Centre for European Policy Studies: Past, present and future: Revisiting the EU's Justice, Liberty and Security policies, Brussels: 29 April 2009.
  • ‘Counter-hooliganism policies in Europe: forms and consequences of a broad control of deviant behaviour’ (in French). 3rd Congress of the French Sociology Association, Paris, 14-17 April 2009.
  • ‘Football hooliganism in the Italian and Greek press’ (in French). University of Paris V-Sorbonne: Sport and violence, Paris: 15 January 2009.
  • ‘La régulation sociale des foules dans les rassemblements sportifs’. Academy of National Gendarmerie Officers: La régulation sociale des foules dans les rassemblements sportifs et culturels, Melun: March 2010 (conferences given annually since 2006).
  • ‘Sécurité et libertés publiques dans les stades: des concepts antinomiques?’. University of Lausanne: Le football en Suisse: enjeux sociaux et symbolique d’un spectacle universel, Lausanne: 24-25 May 2007.
  • ‘Football Hooligans and Citizens’. Centre for European Policy Studies: Mobility, Control and the Impact of New Technologies, Brussels: 16 February 2007.
  • ‘Divided we fall: Social aliens and “others” in a global insecurity era’. International Peace Research Institute: 9/11 Five Years After: Values, Risk and Identity in the War on Terror, Oslo: 11-12 September 2006.
  • ‘La protection de la sécurité dans les stades et les libertés publiques’. International Center for Sports Studies (CIES): Extrémisme et violence dans le football, Neuchâtel: 16 December 2005.
  • ‘The Social Construction of Threat in a Sports Context’. 10th International Congress of the History of Sport, Seville: 2-5 November 2005.
  • ‘Constructing the “Otherness” in the British Press. A Comparison of the Discursive Patterns Used With Regard to Football Hooliganism and Modern Terrorism Issues’. Vilnius University: Constructing Risk, Identity and Violence, Vilnius: 9-10 June 2005.
  • ‘La politique actuelle du Parlement Européen face au phénomène du hooliganisme’, 2nd International Congress of the French Speaking Sociology of Sport Association, Paris: 25-27 October 2004.
  • ‘Current Trends in Policing Football Hooliganism in Europe’. COST Action A24 Meeting, Brussels: 20-21 September 2004. 
  • ‘Les organes communautaires et la violence dans le sport’. 1st Congress of the French Sociological Association, Villetaneuse: 24-27 February 2004. 
  • ‘The Media Coverage of Sports Crowd Disorder. The Case of the 2000 European Championship’. 2nd International Congress of the International Sociology of Sport Association, Cologne: 18-21 June 2003.
  • ‘Le contrôle du hooliganisme en Europe. Vers une fusion sécuritaire?’. INSEP: Règle du jeu et violence dans le sport, Paris: 19-20 March 2003.
  • ‘L’impact du processus d’européanisation sur la lutte contre le hooliganisme en Europe’. University of Galatasaray/Turkish Olympic Committee: Violence et fanatisme dans le sport, Istanbul: 20-21 December 2002.
  • ‘La construction médiatique de la figure du hooligan dans la presse française’. 1st International Congress of the French Speaking Sociology of Sport Association, Toulouse: 28-30 October 2002.
  • ‘Le hooliganisme et la protection de la sécurité intérieure en Europe’. International Center for Sports Studies (CIES)/Swiss Sociological Association: Les coups du sport: vandalisme, hooliganisme et extrémisme violent, Neuchâtel: 11-12 April 2002.
  • ‘Les politiques publiques de prévention et de sécurité en matière de hooliganisme’. European Police Academy: Villes et violences en Europe, Ecully: 27-29 March 2001. 
  • ‘La prévention du hooliganisme et le contrôle de la déviance’. European Forum for Urban Security: De la Coupe du Monde à l’Euro 2000. Un stade dans la ville, la ville dans le stade, Saint Denis: 4-5 June 1999.

 

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