Centre for Crime, Law and Justice Launch Event Programme

Date: 11 June 2014


Centre for Crime, Law and Justice Launch Event, 9am Monday 30 June - 1pm Tuesday 1 July 2014

Lancaster House Hotel


9-9.15am Registration and tea/coffee

9.15- 9.30am Welcome (Professor Sigrun Skogly, Head of Lancaster Law School)

9.30-11am Keynote Panel and Q&A

Chair: Dr Jane Donoghue (Director of the Centre for Crime, Law and Justice)

Professor Sandra Walklate (University of Liverpool)

Richard Monkhouse (Chairman of the Magistrates' Association)

Peter Grieves-Smith (Barrister and Principal Crown Advocate)

11-11.15am Tea/coffee and networking

11.15-12.30 Panel 1 - Hate Crime

Chair: Michael Privot (Director of the European Network Against Racism)

Professor Paul Iganski: 'Hate Crime: A global phenomenon'

Dr Susan Balderston: 'Vulnerable Victims or Resilient Survivors?: What works in policy and practice with disabled or deaf women after disablist hate rape?'

Julian Hargreaves: 'Islamophobia: Reality or Myth?'

Abe Sweiry: 'Reporting Antisemitic Hate Crime: Findings from Qualitative Research with British Jews'

12.30-1.15pm Lunch

1.15-2.30pm Panel 2 - Crime in the Digital World

Chair: Esther George (Former Senior Policy Adviser, CPS)

Professor Alisdair Gillespie: 'Give me the Keys: Encryption and the Law'

Dr Bela Chatterjee: 'Harassment and Ephemeral Media: What are the Legal Challenges?'

Dr Catherine Easton: 'Hacking the hackers: The LulzSec saga and the future of hacktivism'

2.30-2.45pm Tea/coffee and networking

2.45-3.30pm Panel 3 - Transforming Criminal Justice? Problem-Solving and Court Specialisation Book launch and author Q & A

Chair: Phil Bowen, Director of the Centre for Justice Innovation

Author: Dr Jane Donoghue

3.30 - 4pm Presentation - Gang Violence

Jonathon Toy (Home Office, Ending Gang and Youth Violence Team)

4-4.15pm Summing up (Keynote panel)

4.15pm Close and Trip to Lancaster Castle

7.30pm Drinks Reception

8pm Dinner


8.45-9am Tea/coffee

9-10.15am Panel 4 - National and International Perspectives on Crime and Criminal Justice

Chair: (Professor Toby Seddon, University of Manchester)

Dr Agata Fijalkowski: 'Politics, Law and Justice in People's Poland'

Dr Stuart Kirby: 'Disrupting English organized crime groups'

Rodrigo Cespedes: 'Criminal Justice for Chilean Indigenous People: A Socio-Legal Approach'

10.15-10.30am Tea/coffee and networking

10.30-11.45am Panel 5 - Abuse, Victims and Care Leavers in the Criminal Justice System

Chair: Dr Kieran McCartan (University of West of England)

Professor Suzanne Ost: 'Reparation and Victims of Child Pornography'

Siobhan Weare: 'Female Co-Perpetrated Child Sexual Abuse: Agency Denial and their Victims'

Dr Claire Fitzpatrick: 'Care leavers in the Criminal Justice System'

11.45-12.15pm Presentation - Stalking and Domestic Abuse: The Need for Legislation

Harry Fletcher (Parliamentary Consultant and Director of the Digital Trust)

12.15-12.30pm Concluding remarks

12.30-1pm Lunch


News website: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/fass/law/event/4905/


Further information

Associated departments and research centres: Centre for Crime, Law and Justice, Law