Speeches

Conference presentations and speeches by the Centre's staff


03/02/15

This is the introduction given by the Centre's deputy director, Will McMahon, to the 'Justice Matters for young black men: tackling the ethnic penalty' event on 28 January 2015.

03/02/15

This is the commentary from a presentation about the data on the ethnic penalty given by the Centre's Research and Policy Assistant, Matt Ford, at the 'Justice Matters for young black men: tackling the ethnic penalty' event on 28 January 2015. It should be read in conjunction with the data in the attached slides to which it refers.

03/02/15

These are the slides presented by Dr Anthony Gunter at the 'Justice Matters for young black men: tackling the ethnic penalty' event on 28 January 2015.

19/11/14

This is an abridged version of an introduction given by Rebecca Roberts at the 'Violence against women: From intervention to prevention?' roundtable event on 19 November 2015.

22/05/14

On 21 May Richard Garside spoke at a 'People's Parliament' event on 'Policing, Prisons and Probation: Current and Future Agendas'. This is a write up of what he said.

31/03/14

Our Deputy Director Will McMahon spoke about the Justice Matters initiative at our partners event on March 24. This is the text of what he said.

06/11/12

A transcript of the 2012 Eve Saville lecture given by Professor Pat Carlen to the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies on 6 November 2012.

16/11/11

Based on her 2011 Eve Saville Lecture Susie Orbach writes about the role psychoanalytical theory can play in understanding the relationships between recession, riots and social change.

20/07/11

At the anniversary party for the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies, at the IET London overlooking the Thames, Richard Garside gave a speech to the gathered audience to celebrate the Centre's past 80 years.

18/02/11

This is a presentation given by Richard Garside at an invite only seminar - Criminal justice under the coalition - in February 2011. Other speakers at the event included Professor Eugene McLaughlin, Professor Rod Morgan and Professor Lee Bridges.

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