Learning and special events
2013 (English)In: The Anthology: Good practice for dialogue and communication as strategic principles for policing political manifestations in Europe / [ed] Helene Lööw, Stockholm: Rikspolisstyrelsen , 2013, 92-99 p.Chapter in book (Other academic)
This anthology is part of the project “Good Practice for Dialogue and Communication as Strategic Principles for Policing Political Manifestations in Europe”
The purpose of the GODIAC project was to contribute to the development of a European approach to policing political manifestations.
GODIAC addressed the following overall research questions:
- How can communication and dialogue strategies contribute to preventing public order disturbances or help de-escalate tense situations in demonstrations?
- What are the motives of and the different tactics and strategies used by different kinds of protest groups?
- What police strategies and tactics can be seen as good examples?
The aim of this researcher volume is, on the one hand, to present research produced during the course of the GODIAC project, along with the experiences of police offi cers in the fi eld and of trainers who participated in the project, and on the other hand, to broaden that perspective by incorporating contributions from outside the project. The volume is divided into two parts; the fi rst deals with issues related to the police, and the second addresses issues related to demonstrators and protesters.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
Stockholm: Rikspolisstyrelsen , 2013. 92-99 p.
Special events, policing, learning, learning organizations, institutional theory, IAD, Ostrom, Rules, constitutional rules, crowd management, peer review
Law and Society Political Science Social Sciences Interdisciplinary
Research subject Jurisprudence; Public Law; Political Science; Business Studies
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-215550ISBN: 978-91-86791-04-9OAI: oai:DiVA.org:uu-215550DiVA: diva2:687601
FunderEU, European Research Council, HOME/2009/ISEC/AG/182