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The Australian Institute of Criminology is Australia's national research and knowledge centre on crime and justice. We seek to promote justice and reduce crime by undertaking and communicating evidence-based research to inform policy and practice.
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In the media
Comprehensive media story on exploitation of partner and fiancé visas luring women into slavery and servile marriages in Australia – the Agency France Presse story features AIC research:
The original report is available here:
Fraud against the Commonwealth survey
The 2013-14 online survey is now available for the designated representative of each Commonwealth entity to complete on the secure website.
29 March to 1 April 2015, Auckland, New Zealand
This conference is a unique opportunity to engage researchers, policy makers, practitioners and others from New Zealand, Australia and internationally.
The conference will focus on:
- Considering how to respond cross-sectorally and collaboratively to best prevent and address the complexity of child abuse and neglect.
- An opportunity to exchange ideas, practices, knowledge and expertise and develop a shared understanding between those of different professional backgrounds, cultures and locations.
Registration available now
Criminology and History at the interface of Research and Teaching at ANU
Dr Carolyn Strange, Thursday 25 September
The National Security and Preparedness Survey: Understanding how Australians see threat, perceived risk, and prepare for potential disaster in a post 9/11 environment
Dr Suzanna Fay-Ramirez, Tuesday 28 October