Crime and Society Foundation relaunches as
'Harm and Society'
Since 2003, the Crime and Society Foundation has operated
as an independent project within the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies at King's College London. In 2007, we
are taking forward the project in two ways. We will be
developing further our interest in harmful behaviours
beyond those generally defined as crime. Our work will
also be much more closely integrated with the other work
of the Centre. Alongside these changes, our commitment
to developing fresh and challenging policy perspectives
To reflect this change, the Foundation will be known as the Harm and Society project, operating under the name of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. Find out more about the aims and objectives of the Harm and Society project here.
New Publication: 'Knowledgeable consumers?'
On Monday 20th August 2007, CCJS and payday loans uk launched 'Knowledgeable consumers? Corporate fraud and its devastating impacts' by Dr Basia Spalek of the University of Birmingham. The full report and press release can be viewed here.
Criminal justice and social justice. New Directions....
This two day event in July 2007 brought together academics, researchers and practitioners to critically assess ten years of Labour's social and criminal justice policies and discuss and debate future directions on harm and social justice. In September 2007 we will be publishing a monograph containing papers from the conference. To find out more click here.
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