The book is the culmination of a major multi-jurisdictional research project, the Comparative Youth Penality Project, which analysed policy and practice developments over a 40-year period and comprised the first international comparative study of youth justice and penality in Australia and in England and Wales.
Speaker: Fabrice Crégut, PhD candidate, Centre for Child Rights Studies, Faculty of Law, University of Geneva; Visiting PhD Researcher, UNSW Law and Justice.
Acknowledging a lack of theorisation on the criminal sanction for children, this research project explores two questions: What does the criminal sanction do to help children learn from their actions? How this should be achieved also remains widely debated?
2020 has been an important year in the ongoing struggle to address the over-criminalisation and over-incarceration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. CCLJ is committed to supporting and amplifying the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander scholars, advocates and activists who have been campaigning for justice on these issues for decades.
Speaker: Dr Julie Berg, Senior Lecturer in Criminology (Sociology), University of Glasgow
Commentator: Professor Adam Crawford, University of Leeds.
By Robert Werth, Ph.D. , Senior Lecturer , Rice University , email@example.com
Topic: Bourdieu on the Block: Punishment, Policing and the Street
Speaker: Dr Alistair Fraser, Director, Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research
Speaker: Franklin T. Wilson Ph.D., Indiana State University
Speaker: David Pilgrim
Speaker: Justice Chris Maxwell
In this second annual CCLJ public lecture, Professor McNeill will examine the emergence, extent, legitimation and experience of ‘mass supervision’, drawing on the analysis offered in his recent book Pervasive Punishment.