The seminar will examine the historical and contemporary development of a range of initiatives both to rehabilitate the offender and to prevent crime and/or seek to draw insights for future application, particularly in the light of forthcoming legislation. For example, areas for discussion might include;
the historical and contemporary relationships between voluntary and state organisations,
the roles, scope and autonomy of professionals,
the probation and after-care services, their paradigms, policies and practices,
the relationships between rehabilitation and welfare.
courts, lawyers, sentencing and the question of rehabilitation
juvenile justice and youth crime
restorative justice and the role of the victim
Speakers include: Sandra Walklate; Tony Kearon; Anne Schwan; Anne Logan; Bronwyn Morrison; Helen Self, Josephine butler society; Sian Thornthwaite, Derbyshire Magistrates; S, Tsogzolmaa. Mongolian Women Lawyers' Association
21st January, 2004; Galleries of Justice, Nottingham.
Funded by the ESRC
Organised by the Feminist Crime Research Network.
Department of Humanities and applied social Studies
Crewe & Alsager Faculty
Manchester Metropolitan University
ST7 4DL, UK
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