21/06/2023, Wednesday | Online
9:00 - 10:30 UK time | 10:00 - 11:30 Central European time | 11:00 - 12.30 Finnish/Estonian/Latvian time
Throughout the webinar, participants will delve into critical topics at the core of these investigations. Sessions will explore the inner workings of memory and provide practical guidance on conducting investigative interviews with trafficking victims. Dr. Julia Korkman will provide insights into the profound effects of trauma on victims, enabling them to provide compassionate support and appropriate assistance.
Dr. Julia Korkman, an adjunct professor (docent) in legal psychology has extensive expertise in investigative interviewing, assessing witnesses in legal processes, and investigating crimes against children. Additionally, as the President of the European Association of Psychology and Law, Dr. Korkman is at the forefront of advancing the understanding and application of psychology within the legal sphere.
Another focus of this training is psychological coercion or control, particularly within the context of human trafficking investigations and other related crimes. By presenting a comprehensive overview of current research in this area, participants will receive practical examples of effective approaches when addressing these sensitive topics during interviews.
This event is a part of the final webinar series of the EU-funded ELECT-THB project.