Professor Melissa Bull, Director, Crime, Justice and Social Democracy Research Centre was delighted to welcome Simone Plug as the recipient of the Centre’s inaugural Early Career Researcher Travel Award.
This award was made to an early career researcher within 5 years of completion of their PhD. The award provided funds for the recipient to travel to Australia to present at the Crime, Justice and Social Democracy 5th Biennial International Conference.
Simone attended the conference from Durban University of Technology in South Africa and presenter a paper on “Violence in Campus Protests: exploring inter-generational trauma and the escalation of conflicts” as part of a Violence in Africa and the African Diaspora panel.
Congratulations Simone. We look forward to following your bright future.