This online seminar takes place between 2-4pm on Wednesday the 16th of November, and presents research on the theme of trauma, of individuals and of communities.

This online seminar, presents research on the theme of trauma – of individuals and of communities – in which the social and psychological concerns of individuals intersect with the criminal justice system and wider structural problems within society. Hosted by the British Journal of Community Justice, you are invited to join this seminar where the following authors will present their findings and undertake a Q&A.

• Anton Roberts and Benjamin Archer – Co-productive approaches to homelessness – beyond vagrancy laws and public space protection orders

• Meghan Spacey and Naomi Thompson – Multi-faceted trauma informed restorative approaches to youth justice

• Laura Frampton – Paedophile hunters – implications for police courts and probation

• Helen Elfleet – The role and function of a post Corston Report Women’s Centre in the North West of England

The issue of the journal which contains this research is AVAILABLE HERE.

The British Journal of Community Justice is overseen by an Editorial board and is hosted and managed by the Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (PERU) at Manchester Metropolitan University.

For more information regarding this event please contact Kevin Wong:

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