Intro. to Crime & Justice Studies – Research Methods  – International Crime & Justice

Virtual Events/Webinar Resources for CJS Students – Fall & Spring 2022

Fordham University School of Law: Center on Race, Law and Justice Speaker Series:

    • 9/27, 10/11, 10/25, 11/1, 11/8 and 11/15
      • Tuesdays 7-8pm
      • Registration for Sept/Oct HERE
      • Registration for Nov HERE

 

Center for Evidence Based Crime Policy George Mason University: Progressive Prosecution: This webinar will focus on  research articles by Thomas Hogan Ojmarrh Mitchell  with commentary by David LaBahn, President of the National Association of Prosecuting Attorneys

  • Rutgers’ Violence Against Women Research Consortium (VAWRC), University of Maryland and the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Economic Justice for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)
    • Tues Oct 11th 2-3pm Register HERE
  • George Washington University: Gender Based Violence Among Displaced Adolescent Girls in the Global South
National Center for Victims of Crime Webinars on Labor/Human Trafficking, Victimization (Domestic Violence & Child Abuse), Trauma & Witness Interviewing in the Justice System and more – Recordings Available US Department of Justice: Elder Justice Initiative 

    • View recorded webinars HERE 
UNICEF: United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund

 

 

      •  Rutgers’ Violence Against Women Research Consortium (VAWRC), University of Maryland and the National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Gender-Based Violence and the Latinx Community  What the field currently knows about gender-based violence in the Latinx community – cultural beliefs/stigma surrounding the help-seeking process for survivors &  support service engagement and programming. Also addresses understanding sexual violence among Latinx students and experiences with reporting to law enforcement
        • Tues 9/27 2- 3:15pm -Register here

         

National Criminal Justice Association Webinars on state-tribal justice, sex offenders, cybercrime, juvenile justice + more

 

Talking Circle: Supporting Survivors of Human Trafficking  Register here.

  • Thurs 10/6 3-4pm

 

Southernising Global Criminology’s Oxford University Center for Criminology Events Calendar here

 

 

  • Sir Arthur Lewis Institute of Social and Economic Studies, St. Augustine (SALISES) in Trinidad and Tobago – Recorded Webinar on “Counteracting the Scourge of Violence Against Women in Caribbean Societies”
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