Today is the first day of the British Society of Criminology conference for 2016 ‘Inequalities in a diverse world’. This year the conference is being held in Nottingham, and postgraduates are part of the main conference, with a dedicated morning for postgraduates starting today at 9am with a free breakfast!
Claire and the postgraduate committee have organised a brilliant morning today which will be very useful for postgraduates attending the conference. This includes:
Postgraduate Panel sessions:
You can look through the conference proceedings here.
Today at least two of our postgrad’s are giving oral presentations, and they have both also contributed to our blog.
Jayne Price, University of Liverpool, is in today’s first session A.1 ‘Perspectives on youth justice’ 15:15-16:45 (LT4, Level 1 and 0 access). You can read her blog post here.‘Exploring pathways and transitions between juvenile and adult penal institutions’
Charlene Crossley, Manchester Metropolitan University, is in today’s last session B.15 ‘Young people, Violence and Homicide’ 17:00-18:30 (LT9 Level 0). Read her blog post here.
‘Here. Me. Now.: The goals and aspirations of young people living in communities labelled as gang affected’
If you are at the conference and are able to, please go along to show them some support and ask some questions/ give feedback. Don’t forget, we have some brilliant poster submissions from postgraduates, please do make sure you get a chance to check them out.
** Are you a postgraduate presenting at the conference this year? email me your details firstname.lastname@example.org, and I will also feature you on the blog **