• Refereed Paper Submission

    Now Open

    Closing Date: 30 September 2015

    Paper Submission Process

    Please send  two files:

    1.  your paper, without any identifying details to ensure a blind peer review

    2.  separate title page, including the following information, in this order

    Full Name and Title

    Institution/Affiliation

    Email Address:

    Paper Title

    Please submit these two documents to this email address: justice@qut.edu.au

    By the closing date 30 September 2015

  • Important Catering Information

    We have passed on all the received dietary requirements to our cater, however please ensure that you read their Allergy Disclaimer if your allergies are health threatening.
    We look forward to seeing you next week!

  • Postgraduate Sponsorship – Closed

    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. For more information in eligibility, please click here.

  • Important Information – Delegate Accommodation

    Please note there is a major national sporting event in Brisbane on Wednesday 8th July, 2015 and accommodation rates across the city increase significantly for this one night. Accommodation availability during this time will also be limited. To view accommodation options, please click here.

  • The Crime, Justice and Social Democracy International Conference is a biennial conference hosted by the Crime and Justice Research Centre, QUT.  The conference brings distinguished international speakers together from UK, US, Canada, Latin America, Asia, Europe, New Zealand and Australia. It rotates every alternate year to the Critical Criminology conference convened in Australia.

    The aim of this conference is to reinvigorate the intellectual and policy debates about the link between social justice, social democracy and the reduction of harm, crime and victimization through the alleviation of inequalities and building of more socially just and inclusive societies.

    The conference is organised around a number of interconnected themes:

    • Penal Policy and Punishment in the Global Era
    • Policing, Security and Democratic Freedoms
    • Sex, Gender and Justice
    • Eco-Justice, Corporate Crime and Corruption
    • Crime, Courts & Justice Institutions
    • Counter Colonial Criminologies & Indigenous Perspectives

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