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Seminar: Beyond Criminalising Gender Violence

Prof Kerry Carrington, Research Professor with QUT Centre for Justice will present a paper at the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research 2021 Seminar Series being held on 16 April 2021 (7-8 PM AEST) (9-10 AM Scotland) www.sccjr.ac.uk Registration link is here:  SCCJR Seminar: Beyond Criminalising Gender…

Indigenous Australian Postdoctoral Research Fellow

QUT C4J has been fortunate to receive funding through the Vice Chancellor’s Office for an Indigenous Australian Postdoctoral Research Fellow.  The appointment, a joint appointment between QUT C4J and the Carumba Institute, is a level B academic position for 3 years. The Indigenous Australians Postdoctoral Research Fellow will…

Presentation: UN 65th Commission on the Status of Women – Re-imagining the Policing of Gender Violence – What can we learn from Latin America’s Police Stations for Women?

United Nations 65th Commission on the Status of Women –  presented on Wednesday 24 March 2021 Panel: Re-Imagining the Policing of Gender Violence: What can the world learn from Latin America’s Police Stations for Women?  Presentation here – CSW65 Presentation 23 March Final United Nations 65th Commission on…

Crime in Popular Culture Writing Prize 2021

This summer’s School of Justice unit JSB287 featured the inaugural Crime in Popular Culture Writing Prize.  The prize was awarded for the best submissions received for the first assessment in the unit, where students were asked to critique a crime-related text (book, film or TV series). The shortlisted…

Call for Papers: Law, Technology and Humans

Law, Technology and Humans (ISSN 2652-4074) is an innovative open access, double blind reviewed journal that encourages research and scholarship on the human and humanity of law and technology. Supported by the Queensland University of Technology, Australia, Law, Technology and Humans is advised by a leading International Editorial…

Event: Why Southernising Criminology?

QUT School of Justice Adjunct Professor Maximo Sozzo will speak at University of Oxford Faculty of Law on “Why Southernising Criminology?” This event will be held online on 10 March 2021 from 3.00pm to 4.00pm (UTC) Máximo Sozzo is Professor of Sociology and Criminology at the National University of…