Volume 1 of the proceedings from the 2015 Crime, Justice and Social Democracy International Conference is available to download now. Read more
Tomorrow the CJRC will host a seminar by visiting speaker Professor Maximo Sozzo from the Universidad Nacional del Litoral (Santa Fe, Argentina).
Date: Thursday 16 July 2015
Time: 3.00pm – 4.30pm, afternoon tea provided
Venue: Room C412, Level 4, C Block, QUT Gardens Point Campus, 2 George Street, Brisbane
This week, the Crime and Justice Research Centre will host the highly anticipated International Crime, Justice and Social Democracy Conference at QUT’s Gardens Point campus. The conference will begin with the postgraduate event on Wednesday, followed by the main conference on Thursday and Friday.
Click here to access the final program for details of the conference sessions and organised social events.
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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. Read more
The Crime, Justice and Social Democracy International Conference is a biennial conference hosted by QUT’s Crime and Justice Research Centre. The conference brings distinguished international speakers together from UK, US, Canada, Latin America, Asia, Europe, New Zealand and Australia.
Click here to access the final program for the upcoming conference & postgraduate day.
The reduced-rate early registration period for the Crime, Justice and Social Democracy International Conference expires 15 May, 2015. Register here by 15 May to receive the reduced $150 fee.
The full program is now available!
The early bird registration fee for the Crime, Justice and Social Democracy International Conference has been extended to 15 May, 2015. Register here by 15 May to receive the reduced $150 fee.
The full program is now available!
Calling all Australian and New Zealand Postgraduate Students!
The Crime and Justice Research Centre (CJRC) at Queensland University of Technology is seeking to sponsor five postgraduate students to attend the Crime, Justice and Social Democracy International Conference and Postgraduate Event, to be held from 8th – 10th July 2015. The Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC) has generously provided the funding for these sponsorships.
The Postgraduate Event will be held the day before the CJRC’s Crime, Justice and Social Democracy main conference (http://crimejusticeconference.com/), which will bring together distinguished international speakers from around the globe. It will give students a chance to meet with and learn from the distinguished international criminologists who will be speaking at the main conference. The Event will be an exciting opportunity for students to:
- meet informally with criminologists of international note, to discuss their research and issues relating to the research process;
- work in groups on topics of relevance to postgraduate students (eg research methodologies, publishing and writing); and
- build networks with other postgraduate students and criminologists from around the globe.
The successful applicants will be provided with:
- Up to AU$750 to offset the costs of travelling to the conference; and
- free registration to both the Postgraduate Event and the main Crime, Justice and Social Democracy International Conference.
To be eligible to apply, students must:
- be enrolled in a postgraduate (master’s or PhD) criminology (or related) degree program at an Australian or New Zealand university outside the greater Brisbane region;
- be current members of ANZSOC; and
- provide a 250-word summary of why they would like to participate in the Postgraduate Event, and how their research focus fits with the themes of the conference.
Applications are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and must include the student’s full name and affiliation by COB 13th April 2015. The successful students will be chosen by the ANZSOC committee. For further details contact Dr Cassandra Cross email@example.com.
2015 Crime, Justice and Social Democracy International Conference
July 8-10, 2015 QUT Brisbane, Australia
8 July Postgraduate Event followed by Welcome Drinks
9-10 July main conference, keynotes and panels
Abstracts are due by March 16, 2015
To submit an abstract visit
For inquiries, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that Brisbane accommodation is heavily booked for July 8 due to the State of Origin football match so early booking is essential.