Personification Across Disciplines
Our conference aims to explore personifying dynamics and experiences through a variety of disciplines, methods and perspectives.
Prison Terminal: Dying in prison
Join us for a special screening of Prison Terminal, a poignant Oscar-nominated documentary about the last days of a terminally ill man in a USA prison and the hospice volunteers, themselves prisoners, caring for him.
Offender Learning and Intellectual Disabilities: research and service developments
Join CrimNet: York's Research Network on Crime and Criminal Justice and PORSCH: the Prison and Offender Research in Social Care and Health Network for a joint half-day symposium, open to both practitioners and academics, discussing research and service development requirements needed to support offenders with learning and intellectual disabilities.
Formulation in Forensic Mental Health Practice
Clinical case formulation represents a means whereby spicific areas of clinical need, or risk assessment, can be developed, understood and communicated effectively.
In this CrimNet seminar, speakers will discuss the experiences and stories of Criminal Women in the 21st century, based upon empirical research and a long history of conducting research that generates better understanding of the issues for women, including what has changed and what has stayed the same; and importantly what can be done and what this means for feminist criminology.
CrimNet Funding Landscape
This workshop is about the funding landscape which will aim to help network members and others apply for internal and external small scale funding.
C and JB Morrell Trust Priming Funds
Kate Pickett, Research Theme Champion for Justice and Equality is pleased to announce a further pump priming call in collaboration with the Morrell Centre for Toleration, kindly funded by the C and JB Morrell Trust.