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Professor Jacqueline S. Hodgson presents paper at conference of the European Society of Criminology 2017

The 17th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology is currently being held in Cardiff, UK. In today's session, Professor Jacqueline S. Hodgson of the Warwick's Criminal Justice Centre presented a paper titled "The CCRC, the applicant and her lawyer: a disruption of procedural models".

Thu 14 Sep 2017, 18:16 | Tags: Conference, Public engagement, Publication

Kim Wade at ALSO and Latitude Festivals

Kim Wade will present her research on false memory at ALSO Festival, as well as Latitude Festival this summer.

“I will discuss how and why our memories become distorted and the most recent developments in false memory science. You may be surprised to learn how malleable your memory is, but don’t worry, you’ll also discover why memory distortions, often, are a very good thing.”

Mon 26 Jun 2017, 09:24 | Tags: Empirical research, Law & Psychology, Public engagement

Divya Sukumar wins the Warwick Three Minute Thesis® competition

Congratulations to CJC member Divya Sukumar who won the Warwick Three Minute Thesis® competition during the live final last night (7 June)!

Divya's presentation got the highest score from a panel of specially appointed judges drawn from senior University staff and an external guest judge. She also won the People’s Choice Award from the audience. She now gets the chance to enter the national 3MT competition.

Thu 08 Jun 2017, 15:22 | Tags: COPR, Empirical research, Law & Psychology, Public engagement

Call for proposals - Improving Police/Public Relations and Police Diversity

The Open Society Initiative for Europe has published a call for proposals on Improving Police/Public Relations and Police Diversity.

The call for proposals is available here and more details on their website.

Vanessa Munro invited to give advice to UNHCR

CJC member Prof Vanessa Munro has been invited by the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) to take part in an expert panel to discuss the issue of gender discrimination under the criminal law. The Expert Meeting on 'Discriminatory Use of Criminal Law from a Human Rights Perspective in Matters Related to Sexual Conduct and Sexuality' runs from 29-31st March at the UNHCR in Geneva and brings together experts from around the world - many of them from the third sector, but also academics from a range of disciplines. Vanessa will be leading discussion in a panel on 'Criminal Law, Human Rights, Feminism and the State'.

Thu 16 Mar 2017, 08:59 | Tags: Empirical research, Public engagement

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