crime and justice

Civil-ising conflict through law?

This talk will explore the origins, nature and effects of the war crimes investigative work of the Commission for International Justice and Accountability (CIJA), set up in 2011 to build case files against alleged suspects in the Syrian civil war.

The end of impunity: Why some states are so violent and how their societies can recover

The most violent country in the world today is not Syria, but Brazil, where gangs, organized crime, regular crime, and state brutality create a pall of fear over daily life. Why are so many democratic states engulfed by violence? If the problem is poverty, why does homicide disproportionately afflict middle-income countries? If governments are so weak, why do countries otherwise able to deliver for their citizens find themselves unable to deliver on safety?

Organised Crime Research Forum 2017

ANU host a two day conference on organised crime in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Criminology.

The Organised Crime Research Forum 2017 will explore some of the most significant regulatory and global governance issues of our time, including:

21st Century Regulation and Governance Challenges

1.30-4.15pm
Innovations Theatre, Eggleston Road (corner with Garran Road), ANU
Symposium: ‘21st Century Regulation and Governance Challenges’
Let eminent scholars in the fields of regulation, governance and policy take you on a tour de force of regulatory approaches to the major societal and environmental challenges of our time. Themes include: crime, human rights, climate change, and health equity. You can now view the full program under the ‘downloads’ tab on this event page.

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