Jakarta Workshop - Restorative Justice
Dec
4
to Dec 5

Jakarta Workshop - Restorative Justice

  • Australian Embassy, Jakarta (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Our first regional workshop focusses on applying and adapting restorative justice approaches to juvenile justice and criminal procedure reform in Indonesia and the region.

The event program is here. The event poster is here.

Presentation slides by Professor John Braithwaite.

Presented in partnership with CoP private sector member Cardno and DFAT.

This event is free and open to all CoP members and new members, but pre-registration is essential.

Inquiries and intention to attend: lj.cop@cardno.com

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Community of Practice Annual Workshop
Nov
23
9:00 AM09:00

Community of Practice Annual Workshop

Join us for this year’s annual workshop at the Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU.

Our keynote speaker, Marcus Cox (Agulhas, UK) will lead us through debate on Looking Forward: What are the law and justice issues on the development horizon? Marcus’ keynote address is here.

Lively panels of Australian and local practitioners from the region will present on: 

Adapting to Change: How well are we using problem solving and adaptive management approaches in law and justice?

  • Policing and Security Update

  • Practising Support for Regulation and Business

  • Access to Justice and the Pacific: What next? 

  • Anti-corruption: gender and next generation approaches 

The Program for the event (including Zoom links for members outside Australia) is here.  

There is ample time for comments and discussion, so let us know that you are coming by emailing leisha.lister@gmail.com or by registering here via Eventbrite.

The Annual Workshop is free and open to all CoP members, new members and invitees.

Please share the invitation widely with colleagues who may be interested.

 

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Codification and Creation of Community and Customary Laws in the South Pacific and Beyond
Jul
26
to Jul 27

Codification and Creation of Community and Customary Laws in the South Pacific and Beyond

  • Australian National University (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

CoP member Miranda Forsyth convenes a conference on the movement to codify custom in the Pacific and beyond (and what this means for Law and Justice practice).

This event is co-sponsored by the CoP and open to general public.

The conference will feature a panel discussion convened by the Community of Practice on 'Creating by-laws and codification of custom: implications for development'.

The program of the event is available here.  

We would be delighted to have you joining us in the conference! Please register your attendance here.

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The End of Impunity: Why some states are so violent and how their societies can recover
Oct
16
5:00 PM17:00

The End of Impunity: Why some states are so violent and how their societies can recover

  • Acton Theatre, JG Crawford Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Why are so many democratic states engulfed by violence? If the problem is poverty, why does homicide disproportionately afflict middle-income countries? If governments are so weak, why do countries otherwise able to deliver for their citizens find themselves unable to deliver on safety?

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Islands of Integrity and Transnational Crime: Forum with Mark Bishop MBE
May
4
5:00 PM17:00

Islands of Integrity and Transnational Crime: Forum with Mark Bishop MBE

Members are invited to attend an evening in conversation with Mark Bishop MBE (Counsellor, Law Enforcement, UK National Crime Agency), with additional commentary from Karen Moore (Assistant Secretary, International Legal Assistance, Attorney-General's Department).

Light refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the discussion.

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