Perspectives on hidden victims’Findings of three new innovative studies’ – 27th April 2017, Room KBG-12 Kemmy Business School

If you’re interested in researching vulnerable groups, then don’t miss a one day programme being run by the Centre for Crime, Justice & Victim Studies, School of Law, University of Limerick at the above venue and date. You will be in the company of: Dr Sean Redmond, Adjunct Professor of Youth Justice, School of Law, Dr Nicola Carr, Associate Professor in Criminology, University of Nottingham and Dr Johnny Connolly, Irish Research Council Fellow, Centre for Crime, Justice and Victim Studies, School of Law, University of Limerick. You will lear of three fasinating studies centering on vulnerable study populations. Dr. Redmond will present the findings and other outcomes from his study into the influence of criminal networks in children’s offending behaviour in Ireland 2010-2014. Sr Carr will describe her study which highlights the processes through which young people become subject to paramilitary ‘justice’ and their negotiation of the multiple risks they face  while Dr. Connolly will outline his research into drug-related intimidation of drug users and their families, mostly caused by drug debt.  but the best part of the day will be the opportunity to attend a masterclass in the afternoon which will be informal (so limited to 20 PLACES) so you will have an opportunity to interact with all three leaders in their fields of research and learn about their experiences in researching vulnerable groups.

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