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  1. Öffentliches Recht, Dissertation, laufend, Challenges: Fundamental Rights, Rule of Law, Democracy

    The Le­gal Fra­me­work of Se­cu­ri­ty Agen­cies Fo­re­cas­ting Ba­sed on the Use of Risk As­sess­ment In­stru­ments

    Projektleitung: Maja Werner

    Risk assessment instruments provide a promising but controversial forecasting approach for security agencies. This doctoral project aims to structure the legal framework of their use in counterterrorism and counterextremism. A comprehensive analytical framework will be developed by examining which types of instruments are compatible with the rule of law and fundamental rights, and their lawful co…

  2. Öffentliches Recht, laufend, Trends: Internationalization, Digitalization, Fragmentation

    Zu­Recht

    Projektleitung: Prof. Dr. Ralf Poscher Ralf Poscher, Sabrina Ellebrecht (Centre for Security and Society), Prof. Dr. Stefan Jarolimek (Deutsche Hochschule der Polizei), Prof. Dr. Stefan Kaufmann (Universität Freiburg)

    Die zunehmende Pluralisierung in der Gesellschaft stellt für die Ausbildungs- und Personalpolitik der Polizeien des Bundes und der Länder eine Herausforderung dar. Das neue Forschungsprojekt "ZuRecht – Die Polizei in der offenen Gesellschaft" geht der Fragestellung nach, wie die Polizei den gesellschaftlichen Wandel und die Vielfalt von Kulturen, Religionen, Wertvorstellungen und Verhalte…

  3. Öffentliches Recht, laufend, Challenges: Fundamental Rights, Rule of Law, Democracy

    De­mo­cra­cy and State Se­crets

    Projektleitung: Dr. Randall Stephenson M.St. (Oxon) LL.M. (Columbia)

    This comparative law project examines the impact of the Internet and digital communications on networked accountability mechanisms in contemporary democracies (ie Germany, USA, UK). Concentrating on modern-day intelligence gathering trends, my principal research question is whether mass ‘full-take’ information surveillance (and its legal authorisation) is consistent with established principles of…

  4. Öffentliches Recht, Dissertation, laufend, Trends: Internationalization, Digitalization, Fragmentation

    The De­pri­va­ti­on of Na­tio­na­li­ty in the Fight Against Ter­ro­rism

    Projektleitung: Samuel Hartwig

    The last few years have seen a disquieting new trend emerge in global Islamist terrorism. The primary threat to Western societies used to be posed by terrorists entering Western countries from abroad. But nowadays citizens of Western countries also travel in the opposite direction to participate in terrorist campaigns in foreign countries. This internationalization of terrorism creates new threat…

  5. Öffentliches Recht, Dissertation, laufend, Fundamentals: Theoretical Foundations and Doctrinal Structures

    Le­gal Her­me­neu­tics and Me­taethics

    Projektleitung: Rafael Giorgio Dalla Barba

    This interdisciplinary thesis in legal philosophy examines the relevance and impact of metaethics on legal indeterminacy. Conventionally, the process of adjudication relies on hermeneutical methods of legal interpretation and construction to cope with indeterminacies (ie ‘hard cases’, situations where proper application of legal materials is highly contestable). Two competing adjudicatory theorie…

  6. Öffentliches Recht, Dissertation, laufend, Challenges: Fundamental Rights, Rule of Law, Democracy

    Reima­gi­ning Coun­ter­ter­ro­rism and In­ter­na­tio­nal Law Norms in the Pu­blic Se­cu­ri­ty Law Sphe­re

    Projektleitung: Martha Basazienw Kassa

    Terrorism has destabilized governments; jeopardized international peace and security; threatened social and economic development; caused mass displacement; violated human rights; and eroded principles of democracy and good governance. Regrettably, the same can be said of some counterterrorism measures of the last twenty years. The seemingly endless war against an ever present ‘existential threat’…

  7. Öffentliches Recht, Dissertation, laufend, Challenges: Fundamental Rights, Rule of Law, Democracy

    Iden­ti­ty Con­trols at ‘Dan­ge­rous Pla­ces’

    Projektleitung: Antonia Strecke

    In German police law security measures usually demand a ‘concrete danger’. This threshold is fundamental for the rule of law. Since the 1970s, however, the police are entitled to undertake precautionary measures irrespective of a concrete danger. One of these new authorities is the entitlement to verify someone’s identity at ‘dangerous places’ even though the individual person has done nothing to…

  8. Öffentliches Recht, Dissertation, laufend, Trends: Internationalization, Digitalization, Fragmentation

    Lan­gua­ge Ob­li­ga­ti­ons of the Po­li­ce

    Projektleitung: Sarah Praunsmändel (Centre for Security and Society)

    In the quest for public security, communication is the most important operational resource used by police. When German police act in a preventive capacity, officers generally speak German while performing their duties. To overcome language barriers, the police may deviate from German, but there is no clear obligation to communicate in other languages. Contrary to this monolingualism, a duty to pr…

  9. Öffentliches Recht, Dissertation, laufend, Trends: Internationalization, Digitalization, Fragmentation

    Le­gi­ti­ma­ti­on and Re­pre­sen­ta­ti­on: An Ana­ly­sis of Po­li­cing ‘Ap­ti­tu­de’ in Ger­man Ci­vil Ser­vice Law

    Projektleitung: Laura Wisser (Centre for Security and Society)

    People with migrant backgrounds are strongly underrepresented in German policing. This fact is legally problematic for multiple reasons. First, due to violations of equality principles guaranteed in Art. 3 and Art. 33 II of the German Constitution. On an individual level, structures that discourage migrant peoples from successfully applying or completing their education would be highly questionab…

  10. Öffentliches Recht, Dissertation, laufend, Trends: Internationalization, Digitalization, Fragmentation

    The Le­gal As­sess­ment of Cy­ber At­tacks on the Fe­deral Re­pu­blic of Ger­ma­ny with Spe­ci­al Re­gard to Hack-Back as a De­fence Mea­su­re

    Projektleitung: Philipp Johner (Centre for Se­cur­ity and So­ci­ety)

    Cyber attacks on government institutions and information technology systems occur regularly, representing a substantial security threat to Germany and its economic and political interests. Besides passive defence measures, the so-called ‘hack back’ can be considered an active defence measure. Here, the attacked party launches a cyber counter-attack to dissuade the attacker from their original aim…

  11. Öffentliches Recht, laufend, Challenges: Fundamental Rights, Rule of Law, Democracy

    Hand­book of Con­sti­tu­tio­nal Law

    Projektleitung: Prof. Dr. Ralf Poscher, Prof. Dr. Matthias Herdegen, Prof. Dr. Johannes Masing, Prof. Dr. Klaus Ferdinand Gärditz

    The Handbook of Constitutional Law is co-authored by 24 German professors, and supported by 15 international academics from Europe, North America, Africa, and Asia. Edited by Professors Herdegen, Masing, Poscher, and Gärditz, the Handbook’s main purpose is to foster transnational constitutional dialogue. It will appear in a German and English version and thus be the first comprehensive academic p…

  12. Strafrecht (Prof. Sieber), laufend

    Al­ter­na­ti­ve Sank­ti­ons­sys­te­me zur Kon­trol­le der Wirt­schafts­kri­mi­na­li­tät

    Projektleitung: Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Ulrich Sieber

    Die neue Sicherheitsarchitektur zur Kriminalitätskontrolle mit alternativen Rechtsregimen zeigt sich besonders deutlich im Bereich der Wirtschaftskriminalität. Neben dem Strafrecht werden v.a. Verwaltungssanktionen, neue Einziehungsmechanismen und private Compliance-Maßnahmen eingesetzt. Diese Entwicklung wird im Rahmen eines großen Forschungsprojekts zur Vorbereitung des XX. Internationalen Welt…

  13. Öffentliches Recht, laufend, Trends: Internationalization, Digitalization, Fragmentation

    Com­pa­ra­ti­ve Eu­ro­pean Stu­dy on Re­stric­ti­ons and Disen­fran­chi­se­ment of Cer­tain Ci­vil and Po­li­ti­cal Rights Af­ter Con­vic­ti­on

    Projektleitung: Dr. Michael Kilchling

    This comparative European study identifies and analyses the rules governing abrogation or temporary restrictions on civil and political rights imposed with criminal penalties. Historically, these restrictions originated with honour-related punishments common in the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. By stigmatizing character, they excluded deviant individuals from full social participation. In …

  14. Öffentliches Recht, laufend, Trends: Internationalization, Digitalization, Fragmentation

    Mul­ti­mo­dal Re­mo­te De­tec­ti­on of Hid­den Threats in Peo­ple Scree­ning (HITD)

    Projektleitung: Philipp Johner (Centre for Se­cur­ity and So­ci­ety)

    In recent attacks in Paris and Brussels, terrorists used weapons and explosive vests to kill or injure as many people possible. To effectively foil such attacks, one must identify perpetrators from a distance and stop them before they reach dense crowds. This is not possible using current means. Funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), this project aims to develop a…

  15. Öffentliches Recht, Dissertation, laufend, Fundamentals: Theoretical Foundations and Doctrinal Structures

    A Ta­le of Two Worlds

    Projektleitung: Federico Lorenzo Ramaioli

    This comparative philosophy of law dissertation aims at formulating a new analytical approach to the Islamic legal tradition based on ‘juridical categories’, a concept that facilitates comprehension and understanding of juridical phenomena. Building upon legal comparativism and legal pluralism, this doctoral project intends to avoid bias caused by universalizing Western categories when analyzing …

  16. Kriminologie, Strafrecht (Prof. Sieber), Forschungsprojekt, Gutachten, Institutsprojekt, abgeschlossen

    Gren­zen des Rechts­gü­ter­schut­zes bei der Straf­bar­keit des In­zests

    Projektleitung: Hans-Jörg Albrecht, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Ulrich Sieber, Dr. Konstanze Jarvers

    Das Forschungsprojekt untersucht kriminologische und strafrechtliche Aspekte einvernehmlicher sexueller Handlungen zwischen erwachsenen Verwandten. Im rechtsvergleichenden Teil sind die Rechtsordnungen von 22 Ländern einbezogen, die teils in unterschiedlicher Ausgestaltung eine Inzeststrafbarkeit vorsehen, teils aber auch ohne eine solche auskommen.