Speeches

Conference presentations and speeches by the Centre's staff


30/06/10

In his first speech as Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, the Rt Hon Ken Clarke set out the government's plans for criminal justice reform at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.

07/06/10

The text of a speech given by Richard Garside to a meeting of the Corston Independent Funders Coalition.

10/03/10

Speech by Richard Garside to the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies conference on Criminal Justice in an Age of Austerity and Change.

17/11/09

The shadow Home Secretary, Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, gave a keynote speech to the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies setting out the Conservative Party's thinking on criminal justice.

11/07/09

In this edited transcript of David Stuckler's introduction given at the 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning Gallery in July 2009 as part of the What is crime? project, he discusses what the public health effects of the current recession might be

01/07/08

At the 2008 Eve Saville Lecture, Richard Wilkinson, Emeritus Professor of Social Epidemiology a University of Nottingham Medical School. talked about the new evidence shows that inequality is much the most important explanation of why, despite their extraordinary material success, some of the most affluent societies seem to be social failures.

20/05/08

Barbara Wilding, Chief Constable of South Wales Police, gave the final lecture in the 2007/2008 New Developments in Criminal Justice lecture seminar series.

24/04/08

The Honourable Mrs Justice Dobbs DBE gives the fifth lecture in the 2007/2008 New Developments in Criminal Justice lecture seminar series.

12/12/07

In the third lecture of the New Developments in Criminal Justice, The Right Honourable Lord Justice Leveson, Senior Presiding Judge delivered a speech entitled: The approach to summary justice both in and out of court

27/11/07

'11 MILLION reflections on children in conflict with the law' is the title of a lecture given by Sir Al Aynsley-Green, Children’s Commissioner for England as part of the New Developments in Criminal Justice lecture seminar series.

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