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Keywords: Criminal Justice Discourse and Institutional Performance

Dr Gabrielle Watson is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow in the Faculty of Law and a Postdoctoral...
Nyange Memorial
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Kwibuka Rwanda

During the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, more than one million people lost their lives...
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Labour Law

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Landscapes of Border Control

Mary Bosworth, Andriani Fili and Francesca Esposito
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Landscapes of Immigration Detention

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Last Resorts: Decisions and Discretion at the Criminal Cases Review Commission

Professor Carolyn Hoyle and Dr Mai Sato were funded by the Leverhulme Trust from September 2013 to...
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Law and Finance

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Legal Research and Mooting Skills Programme

Follow the links on the right to the online tutorial about using legal sources.
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Legal Validity and the Moral Limits of Law

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Links to Data Sources

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Litigating Rights: A Series of Conversations with Human Rights Litigators

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Making Gender Visible: An Inter-sectional Exploration of Immigration Detention in the UK, Italy, and Portugal

A 2 year project led by Dr Francesca Esposito, funded by the Newton Fund through the British Academy
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Making Gender Visible: An Intersectional Exploration of Immigration Detention in the UK, Italy, and Portugal.

A 2 year project led by Dr Francesca Esposito, funded by the Newton Fund through the British...
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Managing Unwanted Mobility through the Infliction of Suffering: An Anthropological Account of U.S. Migration Control Strategies and Punishment

Bill De La Rosa, Spanish language editor and regional contributor for Border Criminologies
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Mandatory human rights due diligence legislation

A project in the Business and Human Rights research programme
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Measuring the Quality of Life in Detention

Mary Bosworth, Professor of Criminology and Alice Gerlach, Lecturer in Criminology, in the School...
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Media

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Mind the Gap: Exploring the Interplay between Gender, Terrorism and Counterterrorism

This project by Leila Ullrich is funded through a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship from 2018...
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Miscarriages of Justice

Researchers working on projects relating to wrongful convictions
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Mobile Methodologies and Migrant Narratives

Dr. Julie Ham, Department of Sociology, University of Hong Kong
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Modern Slavery and Human Rights

A project in the Business and Human Rights research programme

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