Crime and Justice Research Centre, Queensland University of Technology

QUT’s Center for Justice is a think tank for social justice that aims to empower and enable citizens, consumers and communities through solutions-oriented research. Their vision is to democratise justice by improving opportunities for health and well-being and enhancing the inclusiveness of work and education while widening access to justice.

They lead interdisciplinary research in applied criminology, and are home to distinguished international researchers.

Leuven Institute for Criminology, University of Leuven

Launched in January 2007, the Leuven Institute of Criminology (LINC) is composed of about seventy professors and assistants involved in criminological research and education within the KU Leuven Faculty of Law.

Department of Sociology and Centre for Criminology, University of Hong Kong

HKU is a leading sociology department in Asia, and consistently ranks number 1 in Hong Kong while the Centre for Criminology aims to promote the development of criminological research, education and criminal justice policy in the Asia Region.
Their inspiring programmes and courses equip students with skills for understanding complex social situations and problems.
HKU staff and research students produce internationally recognised, innovative social research.

Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law, University of Oslo

The Department of Criminology and Sociology of Law has a world-wide reputation for excellence. Many of the academic staff are international leaders in their fields.
Staff hail from multidisciplinary backgrounds and their interests cover a broad range of topics, providing ties to disciplines such as anthropology, psychology, the humanities and Law.

Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies, University of Toronto

CrimSL is a research and teaching unit at the University of Toronto. The Centre’s faculty and students study crime, order and security, and regulation from a variety of disciplinary perspectives and theoretical approaches. They are actively engaged in Canadian and international criminological and sociolegal research and contribute to the development of scholarship and policy.

Faculty of Criminal Justice, Tashkent State University of Law

Established in 2020, The Faculty of Criminal Justice of Tashkent State University of Law (TSUL) is composed of five departments including Department of Criminal Law and Criminology, Department for Criminal Justice and Legal Counselling, Department of Criminal procedure and Department of Criminalistics and Forensic Science.

The aim of faculty is to coordinate interdisciplinary research in social sciences and humanities to address the wider issues around crime, punishment and criminal justice institutions. In this endeavour it works with various governmental and non-governmental organisation both in national and international level in order to propose effective policy solutions.

Programa Delito y Sociedad, Facultad de Ciencias Jurídicas y Sociales, Universidad Nacional del Litoral, Argentina

This programme aims to contribute to the development of historical and social knowledge about crime and its control in Argentina, the generation of mechanisms for its transfer in the design and implementation of public policies on the matter and in the training and education of the professional operators of the various state and non-state courses of action in this regard.

The issue of crime and its control is an issue that has been installed in the last twenty-five years as one of the fundamental problems of contemporary societies, within the framework of the great economic, cultural and political transformations that mark the globalized present.

Institute of Criminology, Ljubljana Law Faculty, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Established in 1954 as the first criminological institute in the former Yugoslavia. It was founded by the Faculty of Law, University of Ljubljana and although it soon became independent, it has always maintained very strong links with the founding faculty. From the very beginning, the institute’s main activities have been: research, teaching and dissemination of information, and organisation of library and documentation service. The institute employs professionals of different profiles: lawyers, psychologists, sociologists, specialist pedagogues, economists, philosophers and other social science professionals.

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