CALLING ALL STUDENTS – QUT Justice Society Event

Come along to the biggest event of the QUT Justice Society.  This is a great opportunity for students to make connections with justice professionals.

WHO: The event is open to all students (must be 18+ years old)

WHEN: Wednesday 3rd October, 6pm-9pm

WHERE: Darling & Co., Paddington

DRESS: Business attire

COST: $20 for members; $25 for non-members (tickets include membership)

All details and tickets can be found on the Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1796169797133417/

 

Congratulations to Dr Papazian

Congratulations to School of Justice PhD graduate Dr Natasha Papazian. Her thesis Transgender domestic violence: An analysis of the transgender community and service provision in Queensland examines domestic violence from the perspectives of transgender people and LGBT-friendly service providers. Associate Professor Molly Dragiewicz and Associate Professor Matthew Ball supervised the project.

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CJSDRC presents at 25th World Congress of the International Political Science Association (IPSA)

Michael Wilson, Dr Erin O’Brien, Michelle Ringrose and Dr Helen Berents at the IPSA 25th World Congress

This week four members of the CJSDRC (Crime Justice and Social Democracy Research Centre) presented at the 25th World Congress of the International Political Science Association (IPSA); joining over 2000 delegates in Brisbane from the 21-25 July. 

 The IPSA World Congress brings together delegates from over the world to discuss diverse and pressing issues facing political institutions and political practices at local, national and international levels. This year’s theme was ‘Borders and Margins’.

 Across four busy days Dr Erin O’Brien, Dr Helen Berents, Michelle Ringrose, and Michael Wilson presented on several exciting research projects they are currently undertaking. Dr Erin O’Brien and PhD Candidate Michael Wilson presented a paper together on “Alternative tweeting: reclaiming institutions from the Trump Presidency” in a session on political participation on the internet. Michelle Ringrose, also a PhD Candidate with the Centre, presented on her ongoing PhD research with a paper titled “Gendered Narratives in Genocidal Crimes: An Analysis of Civil Society Representations of the Yazidi Genocide”.  Dr Helen Berents’ paper, in a session on violence, images and world politics was titled “Violence, Compassion and Spectacle: The Politics of Sharing Images of Suffering Children”

 

Congratulations Dr Le

CJRC PhD student Tien Hoang Le has been notified that he has been awarded a Doctor of Philosophy for his thesis on Human trafficking in Vietnam: Preventing crime and protecting victims through interagency cooperation. Le’s Principal Supervisor was Associate Professor Molly Dragiewicz and his Associate Supervisor was Professor Kerry Carrington. Read more