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FIDUCIA

New European Crimes and Trust-based Policy

Unit Involved

Justice and Home Affairs

01 February 2012 / 31 May 2015

FIDUCIA is a research project that will shed light on a number of distinctively “new European” criminal behaviours that have emerged in the last decade as a consequence of technology developments and the increased mobility of populations across Europe.Proposing new approaches to the regulation of such behaviours, the central idea behind the FIDUCIA project is that public trust (in Latin, “FIDUCIA”) in justice is critically important for social regulation, in that it leads to public acceptance of the legitimacy of institutions of justice, and thus to compliance with the law and cooperation with legal authorities. While being highly relevant to responding to “conventional” forms of criminality, trust and legitimacy may be of special significance in the light of “new crimes”.

CEPS Project

Project Details

Justice and Home Affairs


FIDUCIA

New European Crimes and Trust-based Policy

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This project was funded by the European Commission under the FP7 Programme via grant agreement 290563.
Contact
Sergio Carrera Sergio Carrera
Sergio Carrera
+32 (0)2 229 39 26
Project Partners

Ankara Strategy Institute (ASI)
Birkbeck College - University of London (BBK)
Center for the Study of Democracy (CSD)
European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control (HEUNI)
European Public Law Organization (EPLO)
Institute for Political Science Hungarian Academy of Sciences (IPS)
London School of Economics and Political Sciences (LSE)
Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law (MPI-CC)
Teises Institutas (TEISE)
Universidad de Salamanca (USAL)
Università degli Studi di Parma (UNIPR)
University of Oxford (OXFORD)

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