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CCLJ Dec 18
2) Long before there was a , was home to the ‘4 Davids’ Criminal Laws book. 30 years later, in Feb 2020, the 7th ed. will hit the bookshops! The team of authors includes the Centre’s , David Brown, Mel Schwartz and Alex Steel
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CCLJ Dec 18
Two more highlights for 2019: 1) Thanks to the many members and interns who, over the course of the year, made submissions to parliamentary committees and public inquiries in Australia on a range of criminal law and procedure reform proposals.
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Angela Barney-Leitch Dec 18
QUT is proud to announce a new partnership with . Qld Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Legal Service CEO Shane Duffy and Vice-Chancellor signed a 3 yr MOU today aimed at improving & delivering quality legal services for Indigenous Australians.
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CCLJ Dec 18
November 2019 saw the launch of the Bar Book Project – a resource to assist defence lawyers in making sentencing submissions about disadvantage and deprivation + staff and students, including Jill Hunter, were proud to play a part.
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NATSILS Dec 18
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European Society of Criminology Dec 10
Call for editor of the EJC: The European Society of Criminology and SAGE Publishing invite applications for a new Editor in Chief for their flagship publication, the European Journal of Criminology:
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CCLJ Dec 18
AND in November Co-director, the wonderful Julie Stubbs, was elected as a Fellow of Academy of Social Sciences in Australia!
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CCLJ Dec 18
2019 was also a big year for gongs and awards. At the Conference in Perth earlier this month, (with and ) received the Adam Sutton Crime Prevention Award for their work on safety and sexual violence at music festivals.
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Kari Lancaster Dec 18
Great opportunity to work alongside me, , and in the new year, thinking about and policy. Keen to hear from qualitative social scientists with an interest in and drug . Stay tuned for more details!
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CCLJ Dec 17
Many 2019 publications by members included books by , A Fine Line: Painkillers and Pleasure in the Age of Anxiety & , Craftivism and Yarn Bombing. Check them out if you haven’t already:
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CCLJ Dec 17
2019 highlight no 3: in September, dealt with a building flood and shutdown, and a last minute event relocation, to deliver an outstanding 2nd Annual Lecture on ‘Resisting Mass Supervision’ ‘resisting-mass-supervision’
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CCLJ Dec 17
Another 2019 highlight: eight (yes, eight!) members completed their PhDs this year. Huge congrats to , , , , Elizabeth McEntyre, Ayah Omran-Randall, Amy Pisani and Malory Plummer.
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CCLJ Dec 16
As a big year for researchers comes to an end, this week we mark just a few of the highlights. To start with: Vicki Sentas and colleague, , wrote an important report on Rethinking Strip Searches by NSW Police
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Aboriginal Legal Service Dec 16
Sign the petition: Stop Strip searching Aboriginal kids!
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Phillip Wadds Dec 11
Honoured to receive the Adam Sutton Crime Prevention award with for our research on safety and sexual violence at Australian music festivals.
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DPMP Dec 3
DPMP is excited to share news of our successful ARC DP grant to investigate the role of in designing illicit solutions. Congratulations to the hardworking team behind this success: , &
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GV Research Network Dec 2
Islamophobic attacks mostly happen in public. Here's what you can do if you see it or experience it. Reports show it's a persistent social issue. It's also sexist - overwhelmingly targets women due them wearing a hijab. via
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Alyce McGovern Dec 2
Listening to talk about his fascinating research into prison graveyards
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CCLJ Dec 3
CCLJ Newsletter - December 2019 -
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CCLJ Nov 26
CCLJ Seminar - Researching the Largest Prison Graveyard in the United States. -
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