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CISEG RADIO

Who Are We
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David Garriga

Writer and announcer.

Criminologist specialized in terrorism, of jihadist etiology and in the Arab and Islamic world.

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Ariadna Trespaderne

Writer and announcer.

Criminologist specialized in criminal profiling and crime analysis and prevention.

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Júlia Zabala

Writer and announcer.

Literature teacher. Specialist in the Arab and Islamic world.

podcasts

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1. Technology and society

We are in the generation in which many of the hours that we interact with the outside world are through social networks. Young people and not so young people spending many hours on the mobile, working and studying through the laptop, applications that supposedly make your life easier, Wi-Fi connections everywhere that facilitate these interactions... but is it as beautiful and innocent as it seems? What is behind all these applications? Can you hear us from the mobile? What basic prevention measures should we know?

 

Interview with: Vicente Aguilera Diaz. Cyber ​​analyst and co-founder of IsecAuditors.

2. Kidnapping of minors

In recent years we have become accustomed to reading reports of missing minors in the newspapers. According to official data from the National Center for the Disappeared, 65% of disappearances in Spain are minors. Sometimes these disappearances can be runaways or evictions from the home, but at other times, they can be kidnappings. What motivation is behind? What Profile? What can we do to prevent it.

 

Interview with: Francesc Xavier Álvarez Llaberia. Criminologist and Mosso d'Esquadra.

3. Child pornography

Child sexual exploitation material, also known as child pornography, reports more than 20 million cases annually and it is estimated that more than 750 thousand people are involved in this criminal activity. What is the situation in our country? Is there a profile of who produces, distributes or consumes? How are their victims and what consequences do they suffer? Is there any way to prevent it?

 

Interview with: Dr. Miguel Ángel Soria Verde. Psychologist and professor of Legal, Criminal Psychology and Advanced Criminology at the University of Barcelona. Director of the UB Criminal Profiling Master.

4. Syria after Daesh

There are two key dates for Syria in recent years: 2011 and 2014. Arab Spring and DAESH. What impact have they had on the balance of power on the ground from the moment they started operating in the country? Is the physical and emotional reconstruction of the country and of the Syrians possible? Did the Syrian refugees receive the same treatment from Europe that the Ukrainians are receiving?

 

Interview with: Gabriel Garroum. Graduated in Political Science and Administration.

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5. Russia and Ukraine,
one scream, two trenches

On February 24, 2022, a pretext that evokes the past, denazifying a territory, caused peace in Central Europe to fracture, since Russia began an invasion of Ukraine. Could this war have been avoided? Was it predictable? What are the real motives for carrying out the invasion? What risks does this conflict represent for Europe? And when will peace return? Will it cause changes in European security and defense policies?

 

Interview with: Jesus M. Pérez. Security and defense analyst.

6. Homicides: what's up
behind the murder?

Among all violent crimes, homicide is undoubtedly one of the criminal behaviors that generate the most attention in public opinion. It is a criminal conduct full of edges regarding the type of aggressors involved, their purposes and modus operandi. What is behind the murder? What reasons exist to commit it? What do we know about the victims? Do we really have serial killers in our country, or are they rather unique homicides? How does the police work to deal with this problem?

 

Interview with: Carlos Garcia Espejo, member of the Civil Guard in the area of ​​crimes against people and a graduate in Criminology.

7. Impersonation of
digital identity

We live in a hyperconnected world, where much of our time we are interacting through our devices. As users, we are also exposed to online dangers, especially those that affect our privacy, such as digital identity theft. But are they known or unknown who steal our identities? What profile of criminals do we face? Is there any way to avoid this virtual spoofing? What should we do if we suffer from it?

 

Interview with: Selva Orejón. Expert in digital identity and reputation.

8. Are we an insecure
society?

Fear of crime is a phenomenon studied for several decades by criminology and refers to the fear or concern that people have towards crime and criminals. Does the perception of citizen security fit in with the current number of crimes? How does it affect objective and subjective security in public security policies? What makes people feel more or less safe? What are outbursts of insecurity? How to fight them?

 

Interview with: Anna Almécija Casanova and Francesc Guillén. Criminologists. Members of the Department of the Interior. President and Vice President of the Catalan Association for the Prevention of Insecurity through Environmental Design.

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9. Acoso escolar

School harassment, better known as bullying, refers to the victimization that can occur among peers in school environments. It is estimated that seven out of ten children suffer some form of bullying or cyberbullying in Spain. What are the motivations and the profile of the aggressors in bullying? And the victims? How to know that a boy / girl is in a process of harassment? To do? What is the role of the criminologist as a professional in the prevention of bullying in schools?

 

Interview with: Victoria Fernández Cruz. Forensic Criminologist, responsible for the forensic criminology committee of the Official College of Criminology of Catalonia.

10. Past, Present and
future of afghanistan

Our guest today says that people who are born in countries at war do not have names or surnames. This country has been subjected to numerous crises, and they have had a direct impact on its population. What is life like for women in Afghanistan? What changes have they undergone with the new Taliban government? How to fight for Peace? Are the refugee camps as we imagine them here in the West?

 

Interview with: Nadia Ghulam. Social Educator and activist for Peace. Author of “Dreaming Peace. A feminine look at the new Afghanistan of the Taliban”.

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