CJRC Team Addresses Real World Issues in Justice in the Global South

As part of Crime and Justice Research Centre’s (CJRC) strategic goal of engagement with  the global south, a team from the Centre visited the Autonomous Region of Bougainville in Papua New Guinea last week, to engage members of the government in training workshops. Over a five day period, CJRC staff engaged over thirty government ministers and their staff in a series of policy development modules, with a core focus on justice issues which are impacting the islands of Bougainville. Read more

Recently Published: “An analysis of the Australian illicit tobacco market”

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CJRC researcher Associate Professor Mark Lauchs from the School of Justice, Faculty of Law, has recently co-authored an article titled “An analysis of the Australian illicit tobacco market” published in the Journal of Financial CrimeRead more

CJRC Researchers discussing the Gable Tostee Murder Trial on ABC Radio

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CJRC researchers Associate Professor Mark Lauchs and Dr Claire Ferguson from the School of Justice, Faculty of Law, have spoken to ABC radio this morning about the Gable Tostee murder trial which finished in the Brisbane Supreme Court yesterday. Read more

CJRC Research Being Presented at 2015 ANZSOC Conference

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The Crime and Justice Research Centre has been well-represented by Centre members and postgraduate students at this year’s annual ANZSOC conference in Adelaide, hosted by Flinders University.  Read more