Twentieth Annual Eve Saville Memorial Lecture
Each year, The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies commemorates the life and work of Eve Saville and, in particular, her 31 years as General Secretary of the Institute for the Treatment and Study of Delinquency, which in 1999 became the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies.
Click here for a brief history of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies and the Institute for the Treatment and Study of Delinquency.
The 20th Eve Saville memorial lecture will be taking place on Tuesday 14 July 2009, 6-7pm in the Great Hall, King’s College London. It will be presented by Professor David Nutt, Imperial College London, a leading academic and policy thinker on drugs policy and Chair of the independent and expert body the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs which advises government. Professor Nutt will be addressing the broad theme of: drugs and other social harms in society, and what we might do about them.
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