Welcome to the Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research

The Centre is a collaboration between the Universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh, Stirling and Strathclyde. The SCCJR aims to produce research that informs policy and practice and advances our understanding of justice.


Hello friends! SOUND ON🔊👇
Dr Nughmana Mirza talking about how friendship helped her reconnect with research and find confidence in her ideas again.
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Exciting to hear this in the world! Reminds me how lucky I am to live forms of academia grounded in connection, solidarity, care and friendship (with Nughmana, @crmnllgy & MANY other willing co-disruptors), and even more determined that such conditions cannot be left to chance ♥️

It's a day for supervisor's pride 😊and a big measure of respect for wonderful supervisees. This time, it's Nughmana Mirza. Head over to @TheSCCJR to hear her talking with @Lisa_Bradley_ & @crmnlgy on friendship and connections in the world of research.

SCCJR besties @Lisa_Bradley_ and Nughmana Mirza talk to Ali Fraser @crmnlgy about how friendship enriches research and why academia needs to do things differently.

The review report said Scotland had one of the highest rates of deaths in prison in Europe and said there needed to be systemic changes to the response to these deaths.

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