CJRC researcher and lecturer Dr Monique Mann from the School of Justice, Faculty of Law, has recently featured on ABC Radio National The World Today Program about privacy and facial recognition. Read more
The Crime and Justice Research Centre (CJRC), Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology, is home to distinguished international researchers and is a leader in high-impact interdisciplinary criminological research. It publishes the successful Web of Science and Scimago recognised International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy; hosts the most well attended biennial criminology conference in the global south and promotes a flourishing research culture. The CJRC is trailblazing new theoretical and epistemological horizons through its work in ‘Southern Criminology’ and to further this endeavour it will co-host the 2017 Crime, Justice and Social Democracy Conference with the Asian Criminological Society’s Annual Conference. Read more
The Crime and Justice Research Centre invites guests to attend an upcoming research seminar focusing on identifying, understanding and responding to child sex offending.
The seminar will be held on Thursday 16 March 2017 from 2-5pm in QUT Gardens Theatre Foyer, X Block, QUT Gardens Point Campus, 2 George Street, Brisbane QLD 4000.
To register for this event, please click here.
The International Journal of Crime, Justice & Social Democracy has just released the first issue for 2017 which is a special edition on Southern Criminology.
Knowledge is a commodity and knowledge production does not occur in a geo-political vacuum. The geo-politics of knowledge is unequally skewed, privileging the global north – Anglophone social sciences. Southern criminology as a democratising project aims to address this. This special issue provides a space for interaction between diverse global voices – read on and share widely. Its free to download. Read more
The Queensland University of Technology’s Faculty of Law is hosting academics from Australia and Argentina to build knowledge networks between the two nations.
Despite sharing significant commonalities and facing a number of similar challenges, the links between Australia and Argentina, particularly where the exchange of knowledge is concerned, have been underdeveloped. Read more
The Crime and Justice Research Centre will be co-hosting 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