July 11, 2022
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Event Recordings

Listen to insights shared from around the world. Hosted by Dr Rob Watson on behalf of International Network for Criminal ‘In-CJ’, join Australia, India, Japan, Spain, Nigeria, Estonia, Bermuda and Trinidad & Tobago share professional practice, research and their own personal experiences of working in the criminal justice field.


Governor Paul Baker Governor of Parklea Prison, a MTC-Broadspectrum managed correction centre in Sydney Australia, will be discussing with Sarah Mallender Deputy Governor, and Ferry Lee Senior Psychologist, the differences between governing prisons in the UK and Australia, and the complexity of trying to start and develop a rehabilitative culture.


Mitali Nikore: discussing domestic violence and the shadow pandemic (during covid) in India.

Spain, Catalonia

Post-Prison Follow-Up Service. This session is being run by INTRESS, an NGO that carries out social reintegration projects with different vulnerable groups amongst which, imprisoned people, in collaboration with the Secretariat of Criminal Sanctions, Rehabilitation and Victim Support, Ministry of Justice, Government of Catalonia. More information in Spanish here.


Dr Uju Agomoh: discussing how prisoner’s rehabilitation and welfare is developed and put into practice.


Laidi Surva Ministry of Justice in the Republic of Estonia: discussing how young people’s experience of criminal justice is understood and developed.


Keeva Joell-Benjamin Commissioner of Corrections – how probation and rehabilitation services are adjusting to the post-covid needs of criminal justice practice.

Trinidad & Tobago:

Blended Approaches to E-justice

  • Prof. Christopher Brown, Political Sciences and International Studies Georgia Southern University USA (to be confirmed).
  • Dr Georgina Chami, (Lecturer, International Relations University of the West Indies, St Augustine Trinidad).
  • Dr Florence Seemungal (Research Associate, Centre for Criminology University of Oxford and Adjunct Staff, Psychologist University of the West Indies Open Campus).
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