Events

6th International Symposium on Hepatitis Care in Substance Users

Event Date: 
Wed, 06/09/2017 to Fri, 08/09/2017

This symposium is the leading International conference focused on the management of hepatitis among substance users. It is organized by the International Network for Hepatitis in Substance Users (INHSU). The symposium is held biennially and was first held in Zurich, Switzerland, in 2009, Brussels, Belgium, in 2011, Munich, Germany, in 2013 and Sydney, Australia, in 2015. In 2015, INHSU decided to move to an annual symposium to keep pace with the rapid development of new therapies and exciting new research on HCV care among people who inject drugs.

The International Society for the study of Drug Policy

Event Date: 
Wed, 17/05/2017 to Fri, 19/05/2017

The 11th Annual Conference of the International Society for the Study of Drug Policy (ISSDP) will be held in Aarhus, Denmark on 17-19 May, 2017. The conference is hosted by Center for Alcohol and Drug Research, Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University.

ANZSOC 2017

Event Date: 
Tue, 05/12/2017 to Fri, 08/12/2017

ACKNOWLEDGING THE PAST. IMAGINING THE FUTURE

5-8 December 2017 | Canberra, Australia

The 30th Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology conference will be held in Canberra, from5-8 December 2017.

The theme of the 2017 Conference is ‘ACKNOWLEDGING THE PAST. IMAGINING THE FUTURE'.

The program will include a wide range of plenary sessions, interactive workshops, round-table sessions, presentations and seminars, shaped to enhance and inform around this theme.

 

18th International Mental Health Conference

Event Date: 
Mon, 21/08/2017 to Wed, 23/08/2017

For more information and registration, please click here.

15th World Congress on Public Health

Event Date: 
Mon, 03/04/2017 to Fri, 07/04/2017

The World Congress on Public Health (WCPH) is held every 2-4 years by the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) and it attracts between 2,000-4,000 delegates.

Objectives

This Congress aims to improve public health by:

From evidence to practice: 2nd Australasian Youth Justice Conference

Event Date: 
Tue, 13/09/2016 to Thu, 15/09/2016

From Evidence to Practice: The 2nd Australasian Youth Justice Conference

 

The Australasian Juvenile Justice Administrators (AJJA) and the Griffith Criminology Institute (GCI) are proud to announce From Evidence to Practice: The 2nd Australasian Youth Justice Conference.

Applied Research in Crime and Justice Conference 2017

Event Date: 
Thu, 16/02/2017 to Fri, 17/02/2017

On 15 & 16 February 2017 the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research (BOCSAR), in partnership with the Griffith Criminology Institute, will be convening the 4th annual Applied Research in Crime and Criminal Justice Conference.

36th ANZAPPL Annual Congress

Event Date: 
Thu, 24/11/2016 to Sat, 26/11/2016

The 36th ANZAPPL Annual Congress will be hosted by the New Zealand Branch in Auckland on 24-26 November 2016.  Optional workshops will be held on 23 November.

The theme of this year’s Congress is ‘The Perils of Belief: Contending with the Consequences of Cults, Conspiracy and Contagion’.

Please see the Annual Congress page for more information, including the call for abstracts.

2016 ANZSOC Conference

Event Date: 
Tue, 29/11/2016 to Fri, 02/12/2016

HORIZONS CRIMINOLOGY

29 November - 2 December 2016 | Hobart, Australia

The 29th Annual Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology conference will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart from 29 November to 2 December 2016.

A welcome reception for delegates from across Australia and internationally, and a one day postgraduate conference, will be held on Tuesday 29 November 2016.

Brain injury and the criminal justice system: A one day workshop

Event Date: 
Mon, 27/06/2016

Interaction between people with a brain injury and the criminal justice system - workshop

 

Brain Injury Australia and the NHMRC Australian Centre of Research Excellence in Offender Health invite you to participate in a one-day workshop on Monday the 27th June 2016 devoted to the interaction between people with a brain injury and the criminal justice system.

 

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