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The Centre for Criminal Justice Studies (CCJS) is an interdisciplinary research institute at the University of Leeds
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CCJS at Leeds Jun 18
Still time to register for our Annual Lecture by of the on, ‘Prisons and probation, a suitable case for treatment’
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Sam Lewis Jun 17
Here’s a brief introduction to our N8-funded research on policing child-to-parent violence. We’re busily setting up the project at present, and will be advertising for a Research Assistant soon ...
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Adam Crawford Jun 10
. Delivery Plan 2019 highlights priority areas: •Productivity, prosperity and growth; •Next-generation public services; •Living with technology; •Changing populations; •UK in a changing world; •Global development, environment & society.
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Adam Crawford Jun 6
Public seminar ‘Police performance regimes and police activity: Compstat in Paris and London compared’, Jacques de Maillard, University of Versailles-Saint-Quentin en Yvelines, 10 July at 4-5.30, Liberty Building
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Elies van Sliedregt Jun 6
Back at teaching inspiring & incredibly talented group of jeunes pénalistes watched over by
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Law at Leeds Jun 3
Don’t forget to register for our Annual Public Lecture on 19 June! We’re thrilled that , CEO of , will speak on ‘Prisons and Probation: A suitable case for treatment’. 5.30pm, 19 June. All welcome!
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Elies van Sliedregt May 28
Join me and a great line of speakers at event on Int'l Crim Law and Refugee Law hosted by and
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Adam Crawford May 22
Rita Floyd introduces her theory of ‘just securitisation’ developing a set of universal criteria that when satisfied renders securitisation morally justified ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Adam Crawford May 22
Prof Ted Newman kicks off the ‘New Directions in Security Studies’ conference - security, conflict & justice pathway of ⁦⁩ - ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Phillip Wadds May 20
A huge thanks to everyone from and for making my visitation so enjoyable. Met some fantastic scholars doing some great research and teaching in . Lots to take home, think about and build upon at
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Law at Leeds May 16
We’re very excited that , CEO of , will give our Annual Public Lecture on ‘Prisons and Probation: A suitable case for treatment’. 5.30pm, 19 June. Hope you can join us!
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Law at Leeds May 14
There's still time to register for tomorrow's seminar led by Prof. Andrew Goldsmith “Boys Just Want to have Guns” – Machismo, masculinity and gun desire among Australian ‘wannabe’ gangsters. 3pm, 15 May. All welcome!
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Suzanne Young May 13
PLS RT: An amazing full PhD scholarship opportunity for anyone interested in electronic monitoring, supervised by Prof Anthea Hucklesby
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Adam Crawford May 13
Fascinating insights from ⁦ of⁩ ⁦⁩ ‘Exploring Carnival & Sexual Violence at Australian Music Festivals’ ⁦
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CCLJ May 8
Another step in the building of a strong collegial and co-operative relationship between and .
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Elies van Sliedregt May 8
Prof Richard Abel of delivering Liberty lecture on ‘Law’s Wars, Law’s Trials’
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Phillip Wadds May 8
Very glad to have arrived at the to be hosted by / . Not the best weather, but a very warm welcome. Looking forward to building connections with some great scholars!
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CCJS at Leeds May 7
Frances Crook OBE, Chief Executive of the Howard League for Penal Reform will give the Annual Lecture on 19th June 5.30pm
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Adam Crawford May 3
Two-day summer school celebrating & disseminating the research, and its impact on policy & practice, generated through the Small Grants, collaborative PhD scholarships & associated PhD projects 4-5 June:
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Elies van Sliedregt May 6
No real surprises ruling by : absence customary int’l law recognising HoS immunity, endorsing SCSL ruling in Charles T. Weird meanderings re front/back door (para 40) and ICC as UN ad hoc mechanism (para 42).
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