Centre for Crime and Justice Studies Conference - 2018
State Racism: Policing, Institutional Collusion and Justice
Southbank University, London
13-14 October 2018
The aims of this two-day conference are two-fold:
- To identify and discuss the pervasive nature of racism in contemporary Britain and its motivating factors and;
- To discuss how we challenge the problem effectively and collectively.
The conference will explore different models of resistance, placing affected communities at the heart of activity. The conference will address self-organisation, public campaigning and transformative politics with particular focus on the lessons being learnt from previous and current high profile public judicial Inquires in the hope of shaping a new future where both equality and justice can prevail and where human rights are not compromised.
This conference is co-organised by The Monitoring Group and the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies. It is supported by Imran Khan and Partners and Tottenham Rights. The conference is hosted by London South Bank University, School of Law and Social Sciences.
www.crimeandjustice.org.ukTo book go to CCJS website