ARTINOPOULOU VASILIKI  

 

Title/academic status: FULL PROFESSOR

Sector: SOCIOLOGY

Academic field: CRIMINOLOGY

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Phone: 2109201856

Address: Panteion University, Sociology Department

Research interests: Criminology, Victimology, Domestice Violence, Restorative Justice, Criminal Justice Policy, vulnerable groups and victims, human rights, gender

Member in scientific associations: Greek Society for the Study of Crime and Social Control (EEMEKE) (Vice-President), Greek Society of Criminology, European Society of Criminology, and member in many International Editorial Boards

Courses: 1. Domestic Violence

  1. Victimology
  2. Restorative Justice
  3. Social Mediation

 

Brief CV

Professor Dr. Vasiliki Artinopoulou is full Professor in Criminology in the Sociology Department of Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences (Athens, Greece), Head of the Department (2016- ) and the former  Vice Rector  of the University (2009-2011). She is also the Director of the ‘Restorative Justice and Mediation Lab’ at Panteion University of Athens. Prof. Artinopoulou is actively participating in many national, European and International organizations, working groups, and research projects.

She is the Head of the Crime and Criminal Justice Unit and the Gender Issues Unit in the European Public Law Organisation (EPLO, EU) (since 2012); Member of Empowerment and Equity for Diverse Communities Thematic Working Group of Global Forum on Law, Justice and Development, LJD, The World Bank, Washington DC, USA (2012-13); External expert of the Research Executive Agency (REA), the DG Justice and DG Home Affairs of the European  Commission. She is also the Scientific Head in many european projects on Victims of Crime, Fundamental Rights, Gender-Based Violence, Bullying / Cyberbullying, Children Rights, Anti-trafficking, and Restorative Justice. She is the Head of the Scientific Committee for Bullying Prevention in the Greek Ministry of Education, since 2013 and expert advisor  in the European Antibullying Network.  President of Board at the ‘Central Scientific Prison Board’ Ministry of Justice, Transparency and Human Rights (2009-2011); Member of many Legislative Committees in the Greek Ministry of Justice. President of Board at Research Center for Gender Issues (KETHI), 2001-2004; National Representative of Greece at the Council of Europe and other international bodies. Professor Artinopoulou has carried out research on human rights and violence (women’s and children abuse), rule of law and aspects of injustice, bullying and cyberbullying, victimology, gender equality and sexual harassment at workplaces, juvenile delinquency, restorative justice, social mediation, and trafficking. 

Prof. Artinopoulou is the author of nine books,  and almost 70 publications in peer review journals and collective volumes in English, French and Greek language.

Selected publications 

Monographs

  1. Artinopoulou, V. (2010) Restorative Justice: A challenge for the current criminal justice systems. Nomiki Bibliothiki Publishing, Athens (in greek)
  2. Artinopoulou, V. (2010) School Mediation: Training pupils in dealing with violence and bullying, Nomiki Bibliothiki Publishing, Athens (in greek)
  3. Artinopoulou, V. (2006) Women’s abuse within the family, Nomiki Bibliothiki Publishing, Athens (in greek)
  4. Artinopoulou, V. & Papatheodorou, Th. (2006) Sexual Harassment in the workplace, Nomiki Bibliothiki Publishing, Athens (in greek)
  5. Artinopoulou, V. (2007) Violence in the school: Research and policies in Europe, Metaihmio Publishers, Athens (in greek)
  6. Artinopoulou, V. & Maganas, A. (2007) Victimology and aspects of victimization, Nomiki Bibliothiki Publishing (2nd edition)
  7. Artinopoulou, V. (2007) Incest: Theories and research findings, Nomiki Bibliothiki Publishing (3rd edition)

Articles in series, journals and volumes

-Artinopoulou, V. & Koufouli, A. (2019), ‘Implementing the Legislation, Policies and Practices against Trafficking in Human Beings: The case of Kosovo’, in Winterdyk,  John, Jones, Jackie (Eds.), The Palgrave International Handbook of Human Trafficking, Pulgrave-MacMillan, Print ISBN 978-3-319-63057-1

-Artinopoulou, V. (2017) Restorative justice: a new model of ‘doing justice’, In C.D. Spinellis, N. Theodorakis and G. Papadimitrakopoulos  (eds) Europe in Crisis, Crime, Criminal Justice and the Way Forward, Ant. N. Sakkoulas Publishers L.P., Athens, pp. 1735-1766

-Artinopoulou, V. (2016) Restorative Justice: A value for money Justice?  Regional Science Inquiry, Vol. VIII, (3), 2016, pp. 107-123

- Artinopoulou, V (2015), Restorative Justice and Psychology: Positivism in criminology again? A few Theoretical Reflections. In Gavrielides, Th (ed) The Psychology of Restorative Justice: Managing the Power Within. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing (ISBN  978-1-4724-5530-7) pp 83-104

-Artinopoulou, V (2015) Restorative Justice in cases of domestic violence. Best practice examples between increasing mutual understanding and awareness of specific protection needs. European Public Law Organisation

http://www1.eplo.eu/media/items/288/151109_Compilation_countryreports_addendumCR2.pdf

Artinopoulou, V & Michael I., (2014) Empowering Restorative Justice in Greece: One step forward for victims. In Gavrielides, Th (ed) A victim Led Criminal Justice System: Addressing the paradox. Independent Academic Research Studies, IARS, London, UK, pp 143-164, ISBN 978-1-907641

-Artinopoulou, V & Gavrielides Th. (2013) (eds) Reconstructing Restorative Justice Philosophy. Ashgate Publishing ISBN 978-1-4094-7071-7.

-Artinopoulou, V & Gavrielides, Th., (2013) Restorative Justice Philosophy through a value- based methodology, in Artinopoulou & Gavrielides (eds) Reconstructing Restorative Justice Philosophy, Ashgate Publishing, 2013, pp. 3-24

-Artinopoulou & Gavrielides,  (2013) Artistotle on Restorative Justice: Where the restorative justice and human rights movements meet (κοινοί τόποι), in Artinopoulou & Gavrielides (eds) Reconstructing Restorative Justice Philosophy, Ashgate 2013, pp. 25-46

-Artinopoulou & Gavrielides, (2013) Epilogue: Reconstructing Restorative Justice - Philosophy, in Artinopoulou & Gavrielides (eds) Reconstructing Restorative Justice Philosophy, Ashgate 2013, pp. 337-352 

-Artinopoulou, V. & Gavrielides, Th. (2013) Restorative Justice and Violence against Women: Comparing Greece and United Kingdom  Asian Journal of Criminology, 8: 25-40

-Artinopoulou, V. (2013) Restorative Justice in Greece. In A. Pitsela & E.  Symeonidou_Kastanidou (eds) Restorative Justice in Criminal Matters. Comparative  Research in 11 European Countries. Sakkoulas Publications, pp. 101-124.

-Artinopoulou, V. (2013) The Values of Restorative Justice. In Pitsela, A. & Symeonidou-Kastanidou (eds) Restorative Justice in Criminal Matters. Towards a New European Perspective. Sakkoulas Publications, Athens, Thessaloniki, pp 263-272

Edited Books

Gavrielides Th. & Artinopoulou, V (2013) (eds) Reconstructing Restorative Justice Philosophy. Routledge

Conference Presentations (international / European)

  1. Training Police and other professionals on the needs of the victims of gender-based violence: the PROTASIS project, In the 10th Conference on Feminicide/Femicide /Strengthening EU-CELAC cooperation in the struggle against feminicide/femicide, Organizers: The Greens at European Parliament, Heinrich Boll Stiftung European Union, Brussels, 8/11/2018

 http://calendar.boell.de/sites/default/files/2018-11/X_EN_Conference_Concept%2BAgenda_1.pdf

2. Victims’ Rights in Greece: Access, Barriers, and Opportunities, In the European Conference Victims’ Rights in the Criminal Justice System: Current Trends and Policies”, Athens, 23/11/2018  https://protasis-project.eu/final-conference/
3. Exploring the implementation of restorative justice by the Hellenic police: Findings from a qualitative research, Oral Presentation, 16th International Conference, European Society of Criminology, Munster, Germany, September 2016
4. First instance police intervention in domestic violence cases: any potential for restorative justice? Oral Presentation, 16th International Conference, European Society of Criminology, Munster, Germany, September 2016
5. Building trust between community and police through restorative justice: what police officers and citizens suggest, Oral Presentation, 16th International Conference, European Society of Criminology, Munster, Germany, September 2016

 

  1. Restorative Justice and Domestic Violence: Challenges for Implementation in Greece, European Conference on Restorative Justice and Domestic Violence, Brussels, 26/1/2016
  2. Hate Violence and Youth Victimization: The Issue of Under Reporting in Greece, Oral Presentation, European Society of Criminology International Conference, Porto, Portugal, September 2015
  3. Domestic violence: A non-ending phenomenon, Oral Presentation, European Society of Criminology International Conference, Porto, Portugal, September 2015
  4. Sexual victimization in Greece: Police underreporting and the victim offender relationship, Oral Presentation, European Society of Criminology International Conference, Porto, Portugal, September 2015
  5. Safeguarding Victims & Empowering Professionals: Restorative Justice in Greece, IARS European Conference, London, UK, November 2014
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