Speaker: Professor Ben Goold, Peter A Allard School of Law The University of British Columbia
Speaker - Professor James W. Messerschmidt, University of Southern Maine.
Seminar Series: Hybridisation, capture or coexistence? Exploring voluntary sector futures in criminal justice - lessons from England and Wales
When: Wednesday 14th November 12-2pm
Where: LAWS101, Level 1, Law Building, F8, Kensington Campus, UNSW Sydney
Speaker: Dr Mary Corcoran, Keele University, UK
Title: “Hybridisation, capture or coexistence? Exploring voluntary sector futures in criminal justice - lessons from England and Wales”
The UNSW Centre for Crime, Law and Justice was delighted to host the Critical Criminology and Social Justice Conference at UNSW Sydney, 26-28 September 2018.
For the full details of this event, click here
What could be more fitting in Social Sciences week, than to honour the memory of Professor Tony Vinson - eminent social researcher, passionate reformer and among his many former roles, Chair of Social Work at UNSW?
Join us to hear Professor Peter Norden, a renowned advocate for prison reform and social justice and an expert in social policy speak of Tony Vinson’s legacy in this Inaugural Tony Vinson Memorial Lecture Series.
The explosion of women's speech about sexual violence and harassment has been described as a 'turning point', a 'reckoning' and even, by some, a 'revolution'. Critics of the #MeToo moment, or movement, warn instead about the loss of due process or the birth of a sex panic.
Adam delivered a presentation on the topic of Decentring the Police from Policing: Re-imagining Public Safety in and through Networks.
Speaker: Dr Nikkie Phillips
This presentation traces how, in recent years, the concept of rape culture emerged as a framework in popular media to understand and explain a variety of high-profile cases, gender-based microaggressions, harassment, and other forms of sexual violence.
Dr Mark Coen joined the Sutherland School of Law in September 2014. He previously lectured in Dublin Institute of Technology, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin City University and Durham University. Mark graduated from Trinity College Dublin (LL.B.) with first class honours and was a Scholar of the College. He holds the degree of Bachelor of Civil Law from the University of Oxford, where he was a member of Magdalen College and specialised in criminal justice subjects. His doctorate was awarded by Trinity College Dublin in October 2012.