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International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy ranked second internationally in Criminology Open ranking

The Journal has been ranked by Criminology Open as the second most cited “diamond journal” in criminology internationally. Criminology Open https://www.criminologyopen.com/ compiles all the open access publications in this space and has started a ranking for different open access models using citation data from Scimago and Google Scholar.…

Event: Data Science in the News, Friday 3 July 2020

The QUT Centre for Data Science, QUT Carumba Institute and the Queensland Academy of Arts and Science have teamed up to present the ‘Data Science in the News’ series on “What can we learn from George Floyd’s death, and what role can data and data science play in…

International Seminar: Defend the Defenders

In this seminar, criminologist David R. Goyes and journalist Nina Lakhani meet to discuss Lakhani’s book ‘Who killed Berta Cáceres’, and so shed light on the work of and threats against environmental activists through the life of Berta Cáceres. Berta, in the words of Lakhani, ‘would be mostly…

QUT Centre for Justice PhD scholarship

QUT Centre for Justice Director Professor Melissa Bull announces support for new PhD students interested in pursuing social justice research. QUT Centre for Justice conducts transdisciplinary research that focuses on finding solutions to social injustice, regardless of social status or geo-political spatial location in a globalised world. A…

Event: Rural Access to Justice Roundtable – 26 June 2020

Dr Danielle Watson International Society on the Study of Rural Criminology – Roundtable Rural crime and criminal justice practices and responses face different challenges from those experienced in urban contexts. This  International Society on the Study of Rural Criminology has introduced a roundtable series to investigate these challenges…

New Issue: International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy – Volume 9 Issue 2 2020

International Journal of Crime, Justice and Social Democracy A new issue of International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy has been published.  This second issue for 2020 features diverse articles from scholars in Canada, US, UK, PNG, Vietnam, Norway, Trinidad and Tobago and Australia. Included in this issue:  Sharynne…

Welcome Adjunct Professor Michael Hogan

QUT Centre for Justice is delighted to welcome Michael Hogan as an Adjunct Professor to QUT School of Justice, Faculty of Law. Michael Hogan brings expertise, skills and networks built over 30 years of executive experience in the public and community sectors in public policy making, organisational leadership,…