The conference is aimed at policy makers and professionals involved with knife crime and youth violence.
Professor Rob Canton, De Montfort University and author of ‘Why Punish? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Punishment’ speaks about some of the key themes explored in his recent book.
Tags: CJRC, crime, criminal justice, Criminal Justice Research Centre, philosophy, Professor Rob Canton, punishment, School of Law, School of Sociology and Social Policy, Why Punish? An Introduction to the Philosophy of Punishment
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What is the rate of hate crime in Nottingham, and in the UK in general? Why do people avoid reporting it, and what can people within and outside the LGBT community do to spread awareness but also prevent crime? Over the course of the evening, David Edgeley from Rainbow Heritage will discuss how barriers to coming out affect the rate of reporting hate crime, and Sam Hope (an activist on LGBT rights) will focus on their work in campaigning against hate crime in Nottingham.
Tags: Centre for Research in Race and Rights, crime, David Edgeley, equality and diversity, hate crime, law, LGBT, LGBT History Month, LGBT History Month 2016, Nottinghamshire Police, people and culture, Rights and Justice, Sam Hope
There are growing concerns about consequences of social media, cyberbullying, data privacy and online behaviour on users, especially children and young people. We will explore these issues and promote digital literacy using an innovative format that brings people together and facilitates reflection on digital rights.