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Welcome: Louis Dadzie

Louis Kobina Dadzie is a dedicated and proactive researcher from Ghana and is currently pursuing his PhD at the QUT Centre for Justice. In 2023, he was awarded a Centre for Justice Scholarship to undertake his doctoral research. His research will explore how workplace victimisation affects frontline workers…

Special Issue: International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy

Call for Papers – Green Criminological Dialogues: Voices from Oceania Guest editors: Antje Deckert (Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand), David R. Goyes (University of Oslo, Norway), and Nigel South (University of Essex, UK). Most academic publications in the field of green criminology—concerned with all environmental crimes including…

Last Call: Young Women’s Voices Research Project

QUT Centre for Justice and Flinders University have partnered with Anglicare Southern Queensland, Anglicare WA, Anglicare ACT, Anglicare NT and Anglicare South Australia to understand young women’s experiences in the youth justice ecosystem (youth justice and support services and programs like Anglicare). The Young Women’s Voices is an Australia wide…

Call for Papers: Criminology in Post-Violence Transitions: Exploring the Intersections between Human Rights, Grassroots Activism, Transitional Justice, Memory, and Criminology

The International Journal for Crime, Justice and Social Democracy is pleased to share the Call for Papers for an upcoming special issue: Criminology in Post-Violence Transitions: Exploring the Intersections between Human Rights, Grassroots Activism, Transitional Justice, Memory, and Criminology Guest Editors Camilo Tamayo Gomez (University of Huddersfield), Natalia…

“In Conversation”: QPS Assistant Commissioner George Marchesini

This year, QUT Centre for Justice continues its partnership with QCOSS (Queensland Council of Social Services) in bringing you the “In Conversation” series – a live webinar discussion series.   We look forward to the next In Conversation with Assistant Commissioner George Marchesini, Head of Queensland’s Youth Crime Taskforce.…