Free two day Domestic Violence conference for QUT students

CJRC member Associate Professor Molly Dragiewicz will speak at a free two day Domestic Violence conference for QUT students

Dr Ron Frey from the School of Psychology and Counselling has organised a free two day domestic violence conference for QUT students.

May 27th and 28th May
10 am – 4 pm
H101, QUT Kelvin Grove Campus

Please note attendance is free, but there is somewhat limited seating in the auditorium.
All QUT students, family and friends are most cordially welcome.  The programme is designed to maximise the participation of the audience and allow them to ask the questions they would really like answered.

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#CrimJustAsia17 Conference – Preliminary Program Released & Early-Bird Registration Ending Soon!

In July 2017, the Crime and Justice Research Centre will co-host its biennial Crime, Justice and Social Democracy conference with the Asian Criminological Society’s Annual Meeting. This combined conference, “Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South”, will create a globally connected space to enhance the dialogue between scholars and practitioners across the global south and with the global north. The purpose of co-hosting the two conferences is to promote a global criminology more befitting of the contemporary world in which we live. Read more

Winners Announced for CJRC Postgraduate Scholarships in Southern Criminology

The Crime and Justice Research Centre, Faculty of Law, QUT, have announced the winners of the Postgraduate Scholarships in Southern Criminology.

This was an extremely competitive round with many high-quality applications received from Australia and around the world. In this round, separate scholarships were available for QUT and non-QUT postgraduate students.  Read more

Upcoming Symposium: Workplace Responses to Domestic and Family Violence

1 in every 3 women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime and two people die every week from domestic and family violence. The vast majority of workplaces in Australia have both survivors and perpetrators of violence in the workforce and have a critical role to play to enable change.
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REMINDER – CJRC Research Seminar This Thursday – “Yarn bombs, pussyhats and knitting nannas: The criminology of craftivism”

This Thursday afternoon, the CJRC will host a research seminar titled “Yarn bombs, pussyhats and knitting nannas: The criminology of craftivism” with guest speaker *Dr Alyce McGovern from the University of New South Wales (UNSW).  Read more

Upcoming conference: “Race, Whiteness and Indigeneity International Conference”


NIRAKN: Race, Whiteness and Indigeneity International Conference

6-8 June 2017, Gold Coast, Queensland

Overview:
The National Indigenous Research and Knowledges Network (NIRAKN) is excited and honoured to host twelve of the leading Race and Whiteness scholars at its upcoming conference on the Gold Coast. An unmissable gathering of national and international minds, this forum will feature critical conversations relating to teaching, research and policy. It will be an opportunity to participate in increasingly voluble and global discussion about the denial and significance of race, whiteness and Indigeneity in the 21st century. There is a call for individual papers and round-table proposals that will feature in addition to the four keynote plenary sessions. Read more

FINAL DAY TO SUBMIT ABSTRACTS FOR #CRIMJUSTASIA17 CONFERENCE

In July 2017, the Crime and Justice Research Centre will co-host its biennial Crime, Justice and Social Democracy conference with the Asian Criminological Society’s Annual Meeting. This combined conference, “Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South”, will create a globally connected space to enhance the dialogue between scholars and practitioners across the global south and with the global north. The purpose of co-hosting the two conferences is to promote a global criminology more befitting of the contemporary world in which we live. Read more

Final week to submit abstracts for #CrimJustAsia17 conference

In July 2017, the Crime and Justice Research Centre will co-host its biennial Crime, Justice and Social Democracy conference with the Asian Criminological Society’s Annual Meeting. This combined conference, “Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South”, will create a globally connected space to enhance the dialogue between scholars and practitioners across the global south and with the global north. The purpose of co-hosting the two conferences is to promote a global criminology more befitting of the contemporary world in which we live. Read more