Dublin Institute of Technology School of Languages, Law and Social Sciences are delighted to host an evening seminar, Prison Work under Scrutiny, on Monday 30 November 2015.
Confirmed speakers include: Judge Michael Reilly, Inspector of Prisons, Prof Debra Parkes, University of Manitoba, Dr Amy Ludlow, University of Cambridge, Dr Mary Rogan, Dublin Institute of Technology, and Colette Barry, Dublin Institute of Technology.
This event will bring together prison and associated staff, policymakers, academics, those who work with prison staff and prisoners, and all those interested in prison work and prison life to discuss developments in this area and build networks for future collaboration. Taking place at DIT’s Aungier Street campus, this event will promote public debate on current scholarship on prison work. Discussion will be guided by presentations from researchers across a range of jurisdictions.
Attendance is free, but places are limited. Registration will take place between 6.00 pm – 6.30 pm. Refreshments will be served. Please register on Eventbrite here.
Please address queries to Colette Barry: email@example.com
Details: Room 2-024 (2nd floor), DIT Aungier Street
This event is funded by the Irish Research Council and the School of Languages, Law and Social Sciences.
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