Rasmus often speaks and moderates, addressing international and national organizations, academic and professional communities.


Lund University, Sweden. “Online Courts and Law. An inter-generational conflict perspective. May, 2018.
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Federal Supreme Court of Ethiopia. "Sustainable structuring of sentencing". Presentation and discussions. Addis Ababa, March 2019.
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European Parliament DROI Committee. "Misuse of Interpol Red Notices". Expert presentation. Bruxelles. February 2019.

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Leiden University, Netherlands. "How formal legal institutions respond to low public trust". Presentation at the Law Faculty's Criminal Law and Criminal Justice Institute. December 2018.
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Lund University, Sweden. “Them and Us” Keynote address at the Nordic Workshop on Criminal Law, June 2018.
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Wilton Park, England. “Stepping up the level of prosecution for people trafficking, modern slavery, organized immigration crime and forced labour across Europe.” International Summit for Prosecutors General hosted by the Director of Public Prosecutions for England and Wales. Commentator. February 2018.
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UN Vienna, Austria. “Judicial Cooperation and Securing Digital Evidence. The Practical Needs of Prosecutors” IAP/UNODC/CTED Expert meeting. February 2018.
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Madeira. “Identity, Example, Future” (opening address) SMMP XI Congress. February 2018.
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Malta. “Judicial Cooperation and Securing Digital Evidence through MLA”. Global Forum for Counter-Terorism, January 2017.
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Cairo, Egypt. “Judicial Cooperation and Securing Digital Evidence” (keynote). APA Conference. December 2017.
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Geneva, Switzerland. “The Role of Customary Law and Restorative Justice in Modern Legal Systems” (keynote). Geneva Forum for Judges and Lawyers. International Commission of Jurists (ICJ). November 2017.
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Oslo, Norway. “Advancing Corporate Criminal Liability” (lead discussant). Oslo Conference on Business and Human Rights. ICAR and AI. Oslo, October 2017. 
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UN New York, USA. “Prosecutors’ practical challenges in securing digital evidence across borders”. Special Meeting on the use of mutual legal assistance (MLA) to obtain digital evidence, United Nation Security Council’s Counter-Terrorism Executive Director, Special Meeting. September 2017.
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Beijing, China. “Outcome Review. Prosecution Challenges” (keynote). IAP Annual Conference. September 2017. 
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Beijing, China. “Independent Prosecution” (chair). Workshop. IAP. September 2017. 
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Lund University, Sweden. “Criminal Justice in Law’s Pheriphery. A system theoretical perspective”. PhD seminar. August 2017.
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San Francisco, USA. “Principles of Independent Prosecution”. Intern. Society for the Reform of Criminal Law. July 2017.
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Siracusa, Italy. “The Role of Prosecutors”. IAP-Siracusa Institute Specialisation Course for Junior Prosecutors. July 2017.
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UN New York, USA. “International Judicial Cooperation concerning Digital Evidence”. United Nation Security Council’s CTED Special Meeting. June 2017.
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Tblisi, Georgia. “Reform of Prosecution Services” (Chair and discussant). Regional conference for Eastern Europe and Central Asia. June 2017.
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Edinburgh University, Scotland. “The Use of Pre-trial Detention and Custodial Sentences” (lead Discussant). The Sentencing and Penal Decision-Making Work Group, European Society of Criminology. June 2017.
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Tirana, Albania. “Investigative Techniques in combating organized Crime operating on the Internet. Conclusions” (keynote), regional conference for Europe. May 2016.
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Busan, South Korea.  “Transnational Crimes in the Asia-Pacific Region. Conclusions” (keynote), Regional Conference for Asia-Pacific, Busan, Republic of Korea, April 2017.
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Astana, Kazakstan. “Prosecutorial Independence and Anti-Corruption” (keynote), OECD. December 2016.
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UN New York, USA. “Securing Digital Evidence in Counter-terrorism cases – mutual legal assistance challenges” (chair), Security Council’s CTC CTED Special Meeting. December 2016. 
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Luanda, Angola. “Mutual Legal Assistance Challenges for Prosecutors” (keynote), APA. November 2016.
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Washington DC, USA. “Prosecutorial Independence and Accountability” (discussant), IBA judicial integrity project, IBA. September, 2016.
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Dublin, Ireland. “Prosecution and Investigation. Outcome Review” (keynote). IAP Annual Meeting. September, 2016.
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Oniati, Spain. “Prosecution and Sentencing Power”, Oniati Institute, Working group on Prosecutorial Independence and Accountability. July 2016.
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Tianjin, China. “Independence of Prosecution Services and the fight against Corruption” (Opening speaker), IAACA Annual Conference. June 2016.
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Lisbon, Portugal. “The Role of the Associations of Prosecution in Guaranteeing the Public Prosecution Service’s Independence – Relationships with the Political Power” (Chair), Global Forum for Associations of Prosecutors. June 2016.
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Bursa, Turkey. “Status, Appointment Procedures and Personnel Rights of Prosecutors” (Chair), International Symposium of Prosecution Services, Bursa, Turkey, May 2016. 
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Baku, Azerbaijan. “Comparative perspectives of independence and accountability within prosecution services”, (Keynote), Law Faculty, Civil Service University. April 2016.
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Belgrade, Serbia. “Comparative Perspectives on State Prosecution Councils” (keynote). March 2016.
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Naif University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. “Mutual Legal Assistance in the Investigation and Prosecution of Counter-Terrorism” (discussant). March 2016.
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Skt. Petersburg, Russia. “Anti-Corruption Authorities and the Civil Society” (chair), IAACA. November 2015. 
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Sochi, Russia. “New challenges in combating terrorism and violent extremism”, IAP Conference on Combatting Terrorism and violent extremism. November 2015.
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NYU Law School, The Hoffinger Colloqium on “Trust and Criminal Justice”. December 2015.
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Livingstone, Zambia. “The use of transnational networks for prosecution capacity building”, APA. October 2015

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