|09:00||10:00||Official opening||Chair, Erik Brekke|
|Odd Einar Dørum,
Minister of Justice and the Police
|Herman Friele, Mayor of Bergen|
|Dr. Etienne Krug||Global developments in violence and injury prevention.|
|Prof. Leif Svanström||Why Violence is an integral part of any Safe Community Programme?|
|10:10||11:10||Plenum Presentations||Chair, Yousif Rahim|
|Ingelin Killengren||Crime Prevention Strategies|
|Mohammed Seedat||From Injury Epidemiology to Violence Prevention: Challenges and Opportunities in Data Translation|
|Rich Waxweiler||How research is contributing to Safe Communities|
|11:30||13:30||Plenum presentations||Chair, Prof. Leif Svanström.|
|John A Calhoun||It takes a village to raise a child; but do we know how to create a village?|
|Prof. Zhao Zhontang||Injury epidemiology and safety promotion in mainland China|
|Dr. Rupert Kisser||Community Safety Promotion and Injury Prevention Policies|
|Dr. Lu Pai||Violence and Suicide – Asia vs. the rest of the world|
|Prof. Gunnar Tellnes||Violence Prevention in Public Health Perspective|
|Helga Hjetland||Safe Schools – whose responsibility?|
Parallel Sessions (14.30 – 16.00)
M11 National Strategies (14.30 – 16.00). Chair, Dr. Carolyn Coggan, New Zealand.
217- The development of a community based initiative for safety promotion in a large urban center of south Brazil, strategies and challenges facing socio economical conditions and institutional changes. Gerci Rodrigues, Armando De Negri Filho.
115- Regional Strategy for Safe Community Development: lessons learned in Estonia. Dr. Aili Laasner
175- Towards Safer Communities? An Examination of the Development of the WHO Safe Community and the Canadian Safe Community Foundation Networks. Michael Bourne, Per Nilsen, Diana Hudson;
218- Understanding the range, patterns and trends in Safe Communities programming across Canada. Nadine Gudz
230- Safe Communities Strategies in the World. Sundström Moa, Svanström Leif
M12 Child Safety (14.30 – 16.00). Chair, Dr. Uhaa Ivorlumun, UNICEF – Bangladesh.
003- A Comprehensive Approach to Violence Prevention and School Safety: Results from the Positive Action program. Alex Allred, Bradley Allred, Carol Allred
102- Parents’ and children’s judgements about their local environment in relation to children’s Safety. Dr. Hamid Soori
103-Pattern and Burden of Injuries Among School Children in Ismailia City, Egypt. Hesham El-Sayed, Fatma Hassan and Suzan Gad.
195- Estimating the number of foreign bodies injuries in childhood with the scale-up method. Silvia Snidero.
142- Students,’ teachers,’ and parents’ safety concerns affecting students’ safety behaviors of . elementary schools in Korea. Myung-Sun Lee, Kyoung-Ok Park
M13 Violence (14.30 – 16.00). Dr. Anne Tursz, France.
093- Multi-agency initiatives to prevent domestic violence in the City of Glasgow. Councillor Irene Graham
063- EVALUATION OF PATIENTS INJURED FROM SUICIDE ATTEMPT AND INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE. Dr. Zeynep Olmezoglu
161- The frequency and pattern of recurrent violent victimization. Christian Faergemann, Jens Lauritsen, Ole Brinkm, and Henrik Stovring
060- Evaluation of a Training Module Intending to Build Medical Students’ Capacity on Handling Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). Kiki Petroulaki, Athanasios Dinapogias, Delia-Marina Alexe, Themis Spyridopoulos, Eleni Petridou
191- Violence prevention: Spontaneous partnerships in a rural town, South Africa. Sandra Marais & Hilton Donson , Tony Naidoo & Charl Nortje
M14 Traffic safety (14.30 – 16.00).
Chair. Ms. Eva Solvi, Director of Road and Traffic, Norwegian Public Road Administration.
087- Is road traffic injuries Clock running faster for Oil-Rich Arabian Countries. Dr. Abdulbari Bener
211- Aggressive driving: Exploration of different types of drivers. E. F. Vallières, P. McDuff, J. Bergeron, R. J. Vallerand
096- New Approach to Children Road Traffic Education in Czech Republic as a Tool for Road Safety Improvement – Project ALARM. Veronika Benesova
069 Getting familiar with tram. A four- month experience in Athens. Themis Spyridopoulos, Agapios Terzidis, Dionisis Papadatos, Chryssa Maragou, Spyros Gialamas, Evi Deligianopoulou, Eleni Petridou
023- Child Pedestrian Injuries in South Africa: The challenge. N du Toit, AB van As, H Rode
M15 Community Policing (14.30 – 16.00) Chair, Erling Børstad, Assistant Chief of Police. Norway
The Theory of Community Policing. Dr. Mark Downes,
New paradigms in Police Performance management.-Using the citizens as intelligence informers and develop priorities and objectives due to their facts. Kjell Elefalk, Skåne Police District, Sweden.
M16 Mobbing and violence in schools (14.30 – 16.00). Chair. Ms. Eva Lian, Director, KS.
033- Defining Social Marketing in Violence Prevention Programs. Michael I. Krupnick
012- Addressing the Root Causes of School Violence. Dr. Susan Armoni
172- The School Social Competence Development and Bullying Prevention Model. Dr. Pamela Orpinas, & Dr. Arthur M. Horne
229- Violent behaviors among children and adolescent who were exposed to corporal punishment Marwa Azab and Enas Elsheikh
141- Student and School violence: Corporal Punishment in schools. S.M. Abu Naser Faruk
M17 Safe Community Programs (14.30 – 16.00). Chair. Dr. Michal Grivna, Czech Republic.
029- Community participation in violence prevention: Mine Risk Education in Lebanon. Habbouba Aoun
095- Network development for violence prevention in a local community in Estonia. Taie Kaasik, Peeter Rehema, Enno Kross, Merike Šeffer, Vladimir Šokman
223- Tai Po Safe and Healthy Community Project. Nancy Tung
077- Implementation of Safe Community Concept on Agricultural Safety Promotion Project in Dungshr Community. Ling Ling Chang
235- Building the Safe Community Promoting the Community Harmony, Dong Chuanshi.
|16:00||18:00||Meeting European/Asian Safe Communities Networks|