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2008 Conference Report: Minorities, Crime and Justice.

2008 Conference Report: Minorities, Crime and Justice.

The Report includes the following plenary papers

Opening Address
Conor Lenihan T.D., Minister for Integration

Crime Security and the Irish Immigration System
Pat Folan, Director General, Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service

Keywords: Crime; Immigration; Ireland; INIS

Minorities and the Police Complaints Process in Ireland
Commissioner Carmel Foley, Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission

Keywords: Police; Crimes; Minorities; Ireland; Criminal Justice Systems

Crime and Ethnic Diversity
Philip Watt, Director, National Consultative Committee on Racism and Interculturalism

Keywords: Ethnic; Diversity; Crime; Racism; Ireland

Offences and Penalties in the Immigration, Residence and Protection Bill 2008: Do the punishments fit the ‘crimes’?
Hilkka Becker, Senior Solicitor, Immigrant Council of Ireland

Keywords: Immigration; Offences; Crimes; Human Rights; Penalties

Gender and Crime: A Cautionary Tale
Professor Frances Heidensohn, London School of Economics

Keywords: Crime; Gender; Women Offenders; Feminist Criminology

Supporting Victims of Hate Crime – Prevention, Reporting and Practical Action
Linda Hutchinson, Race Relations – Community Cohesion Unit, Northern Ireland Housing Executive

Keywords: Hate Crime; Victims; Crime prevention; Racism

Minorities and Youth Justice: An Irish Concern?
Nicola Carr, Children’s Research Centre, Trinity College Dublin

Keywords: Youth; Minorities; Youth Justice; Ireland

Marginalised Communities and Justice: An Irish Case Study

David Joyce, BL

Keywords: Communities; Ireland; Ethnic Communities; Marginalised communities; Discrimination