Public Criminology Through Public Education
Organised by Swansea University and the British Society of Criminology (BSC)
‘Public Criminology Through Public Education’
This interdisciplinary event brings together academics from Criminology, Social Science and Education to share innovation in learning and teaching. The event is supported by the British Society of Criminology Learning and Teaching Network and the Welsh Branch of the British Society of Criminology and hosted by Swansea University’s Hillary Rodham Clinton School of Law.
The event focuses on the role of Public Criminology from a Public Education viewpoint, more specifically:
• Higher Education’s role in facilitating desistance from offending.
• The potential of co-production between academics and young people engaged in education to reduce future offending
• The impact of public education programmes in bringing about change to policy and practice
To find out more about this event and details on registration please visit the Eventbrite page