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In the News — QUT’s International Crime Conference in Brisbane: “Batman got it wrong – most crime occurs outside the metropolis”

Thursday 13 November 2014. Professor Kerry Carrington has written and published a book 'Feminism and Global Justice'.   She has also received a highly prestigious award from the American Society of Criminology. Photo:QUT Marketing and Communication/Erika Fish. PH:0731385003.


Head of Justice Professor Kerry Carrington“Most crime and violence in the world is occurring away from the major cities of the north and, of course, in cyberspace”  

Next week, QUT will be hosting the ‘game-changing’ International Crime, Justice and Social Democracy at the Gardens Point campus. Registered attendees include 300 criminologists from around the world, along with the presidents of the Asian Criminological Society, British Society of Criminology, the recent past president of the American Society of Criminology, and the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology. 

The conference will focus on a diverse range of current criminological issues and topics, including violence against women, rural crime, online fraud, Indigenous justice, human rights, green criminology, and more. Click here to view the final program.

Professor Carrington has discussed these issues and the conference in more detail with ABC radio. Click here to listen to the full interview.


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