Please read the following information carefully before submitting your abstract.
If you need any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us by email email@example.com or by telephone on 0114 225 5340.
The overarching conference theme is 'Forging Social Justice: Local Challenges, Global Complexities'.
Our aim is to provide space for criminologists to forge critical discussion, debate and contestation. We would therefore encourage conference submissions that provide a forum for an inclusionary dialogue that will promote a dynamic conference environment. As such we would particularly welcome delegates' consideration of how they might engage debate, challenge orthodoxy and/or promote innovation.
In order to fulfil these conference aims, abstracts can be submitted for a range of delivery modes. Please consider stepping outside the conventional by presenting your work in a new way.
Please submit an abstract through the online submission form, which is no more than 250 words.
Please note that you are welcome to submit a single abstract as an individual or a set of abstracts representing a group of people, please follow the guidance on the online submission form.
If you would like to suggest a conference stream (a set of panels throughout the conference), please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
So that we can plan effective sessions, please select a first and second choice Conference Theme. Using the online submission form, you will be able to select two of the following themes:
|Criminological Theory||Innovations in Justice||Human Rights|
|Public Criminology||Restorative Justice||Social Justice|
|Critical Criminology||Youth Justice||Counter Terrorism|
|Green Criminology||Young Offenders||Identity and Crime|
|Cultural Criminology||Supporting Offenders||Race, Ethnicity and Crime|
|Ultra-Realist Criminology||Policing||Gender and Crime|
|Deviance||Forensics and Criminal Investigations||Vulnerable Victims|
|Victimology||Community Safety||Hate Crime|
|Criminological Methodologies||Crime Prevention||Violent Crime|
|Governance of Crime||Surveillance||Urban Crime|
|Privatisation and Justice||Border Control||Anti-Social Behaviour|
|Social Enterprise and Justice||Technology and Crime||Gangs|
|Penalty and Punishment||Drugs and Alcohol||Deviant Leisure|
|Probation||Recovery||Celebrity and Crime|
|Community Penalties||Crimes of the Powerful||Media and Crime|
|Courts and Sentencing||White Collar Crime||History of Crime and Deviance|
|Procedural Justice||Organised Crime||Pedagogy and Criminology|
|Community Sanctions and Measures||State Crime||Rural Crime|
|Convict Criminology||Sexual Violence||Domestic Violence|
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