CJRC Researchers discussing the Gable Tostee Murder Trial on ABC Radio

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CJRC researchers Associate Professor Mark Lauchs and Dr Claire Ferguson from the School of Justice, Faculty of Law, have spoken to ABC radio this morning about the Gable Tostee murder trial which finished in the Brisbane Supreme Court yesterday. Read more

CJRC Adjunct Associate Professor John Mickel in the Media

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CJRC Adjunct Associate Professor and Former Queensland Parliament Speaker, John Mickel, spoke to ABC Radio today about current issues in State politics.

He also briefly touches on his involvement with the Graduate Certificate in Policy and Governance offered through the School of Justice at QUT.

To listen to the podcast, click here.

In the News: QUT’s Dr Erin O’Brien Discussing Human Trafficking on ABC Radio

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Yesterday was “World Day Against Trafficking in Persons” – a UN initiative aiming to raise global awareness of the situation of victims of human trafficking and for the promotion and protection of their rights. This form of modern day slavery is a serious issue affecting millions of people in different countries around the world, including Australia.

Dr Erin O’Brien from QUT’s School of Justice is an expert on human trafficking and has done extensive research in this area. She spoke to Kelly Higgins-Devine on ABC Radio yesterday to offer some insight about the victims, perpetrators and processes involved in human trafficking. Click here to listen to the full interview.