Justice and Penal Reform: Re-shaping the penal landscape
International three-day conference was held on 16–18 March 2016 at Keble College, Oxford
Part of the symposium What is Justice? Re-imagining penal policy which is charged with generating intellectual debate that can act as a springboard to contest the conventional role of the penal system, ultimately promoting a new, achievable paradigm that will deliver a reduced role for the penal system while maintaining public confidence, fewer victims of crime and safer communities. The conference consisted of three days of plenary and parallel sessions, debates, exhibition and networking opportunities.
We have produced special bulletins based on the conference contributions:
For more information, programme and abstracts download the conference booklet
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