DescriptionThe Faculty of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences welcomed a delegation from the Department of Justice for a workshop featuring researchers from Law and Social Policy.
The event was opened by Prof Sven Schottmann and Deborah Brown (DOJ) and closed by Prof Frank Lyons.
Prof Rory O'Connell introduced the law presentations who included: Dr Ciara Fitzpatrick and Dr Alexandra Chapman: Women’s Experiences of the Cost-of-Living Crisis in Northern Ireland
Dr Marianne Doherty: Reducing Reoffending in the Northern Ireland Context through Prison Education
Dr Gillian Kane: Moving Beyond Fragmentation: The Need for a Comprehensive Approach to Human Trafficking
Georgia Stanley, PhD researcher: ‘The Second Rape’: An Investigative Analysis of the Role of Rape Myths in Rape Trials Utilising Courtroom Narratives from Northern Ireland
Prof Karl O'Connor introduced the Social Policy staff:
Josie Scott: How do the courts respond to victim/survivors
of domestic abuse during the court process: the gap
between expectation and reality from the survivor’s
perspective preliminary findings.
Tobias Niblock: Exploring Young People’s Involvement In
Drug Distribution In Northern Ireland.
Dr Emma McGinnis: The needs and experiences of parents
when their children come into contact with the youth justice
Professor Joan Ballantine, Professor Ann-Marie Gray, Dr
Michelle Rouse, & Dr Kellie Turtle. The role of gender
budgeting in achieving gender equal outcomes.
Dr Brendan Coyle: Young Adults, Maturity and Criminal
Justice in NI
Dr Conor Murray: Young men, masculinities &
Imprisonment: an Ethnographic Study in NI
|Period||20 Sept 2023|