Many of you will know Judith Rafferty (nee Herrmann) as one of the JCU CMR Program lecturers. What you may not know is that, as part of her PhD research, Judith has undertaken a great deal of work assessing the experiences of female survivors of conflict-related sexual violence with transitional justice processes. A blog post … More The power of forgiveness: ‘When “sorry” seems to be the hardest word – but I don’t care’
SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY FOR INDIVIDUALS FROM ABORIGINAL, TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER AND CALD BACKGROUNDS Family and Relationship Services Australia are offering Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) backgrounds the opportunity to receive a Post Separation Support Scholarship. These scholarships are fully funded by the Attorney General’s Department and cover … More Scholarship opportunity: Post-separation support service courses
A MESSAGE FROM CLAIRE HOLLAND, CONFLICT MANAGEMENT & RESOLUTION PROGRAM, JCU Adieu is a startup founded with the purpose to change how humans resolve conflict. Adieu is currently looking to enter a collaboration with James Cook University to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) platform to assist separating couples sort out parenting and property. The Adieu … More Calling all FDRPs and Family Lawyers based in Townsville – new pilot program using AI!
The Faculty of Law at the University of Tasmania has opened its final round of research higher degree scholarships in 2017. Two topics have been proposed by network member Dr Olivia Rundle. Applications will be considered in competition with applications for all other Law topics (ie the scholarships are not tied to particular topics and … More Research Higher Degree Topics at UTAS
Macquarie University is seeking a PhD candidate to join an interdisciplinary research project in law and philosophy. The project is concerned with procedural justice in the context of resolving legal disputes. Its overall aim is to develop a theory of procedural justice that builds on relational theory in philosophy by incorporating relational concerns in the … More PhD Scholarship: A Relational Theory of Procedural Justice, Macquarie University
For anyone who has an interest in research in the area of Youth Justice, the Department of Justice and Attorney-General has developed a research agenda to support the creation of applied research and support collaborative efforts between Government and Universities. Please view the Youth Justice Research Agenda Through undertaking research in the priority research areas identified in … More Youth Justice Research Agenda
Winter Academy: 15 – 25 February 2016 After implementing several successful Summer Academies, IPD has launched its first international Winter Academy, covering peacebuilding, mediation, conflict resolution and intercultural dialogue. This Academy will be held in Baar, Switzerland. 3 month CAS program: 15 Feb – 14 May 2016 Designed to develop participant’s knowledge and improve their research skills, … More Winter Academy, CAS program and scholarship opportunity with the Institute for Peace and Dialogue (IPD)