27th Annual Conference - Belfast, 2018
17th - 19th May
Walls: Protection and Provocation
Walls: Protection and Provocation is the theme of our 27th annual IAFP conference in Belfast. We have distinguished speakers from a broad range of backgrounds. Presentations will provide the ingredients to bridge monuments, concepts and attitudes. Clinical contributions will focus on structures and manoeuvres created by individuals and groups. It is here, that protection and provocation become densely intertwined.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS • JOHN ALDERDICE• NICK BENEFIELD • FELICE CARABELLESE • ROSA CORZO • COLINE COVINGTON • CARLO GEBLER • TOM HARTLEY • CHRIS NOBLE • FRANCO SCARPA • PHIL SCRATON • JAKE MAC SIACAIS • VALERIE SINASON • FRANCESCO SPADARO • ESTELA WELLDON
John Alderdice • "Boundaries, Borders and Better Neighbours".
Nick Benefield • "The offender pathway, relational environments and psychotherapy - new models and fresh thinking on collaboration in England and Wales".
Felice Carabellese, Franco Scarpa, Francesco Spadaro • "The No Wall Experience: The Italian Model. Closing Italian High Security Hospitals: a new treatment’s model".
Rosa Corzo • "Trump’s Wall: Why the US needs a thicker skin?".
Coline Covington • "New Walls to Keep the Bad Out: Populism and the Totalitarian Psyche".
Carlo Gébler • "Carlo Gébler and creative work in prisons".
Tom Hartley • "Walls in the Irish Stone Age: Ancient and Modern".
Chris Noble • "From warriors to guardians - cognitive dissonance in modern policing".
Phil Scraton • "Justice for the 96’: Researching Truth, Delivering Justice in the Aftermath of the Hillsborough Disaster".
Jack Mac Siacais • "Inside Out. Out of Our Cells and out of Ourselves”.
Valerie Sinason • "The killer on the other side of the wall".