Centre for Rights and Justice (CRJ)
The Centre for Rights and Justice (CRJ) is an inclusive Centre with a diverse membership, bringing together research, practice and scholarship, in the broad areas of human rights and criminal justice. Members of the Centre are currently researching and writing in fields of: criminal law, criminal justice, and criminology; human rights and equality; international humanitarian law; conflict resolution and post-conflict justice; asylum and immigration law; international environmental law; sports law and medical law.
The CRJ aims to contribute to public and academic debate, and to influence the thinking of law and policymakers through publications, seminars and conferences. It also aims to build and strengthen a vibrant and supportive research culture in which experienced and new researchers alike are able to develop and test their ideas.
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