East Asian Perspectives: Prison, Probation and Criminal Justice Policy in Indonesia, 25th Sept


Date: Wednesday 25th September 2019

Time: 2pm – 3.30pm

Location: LT5, Geoffrey Manton Building, Manchester M15 6LL

Tickets: Free – Available on Eventbrite

The Department of Sociology is pleased to announce that Dr Iqrak Sulhin and Dr Anggi Harahap from the Department of Criminology at the University of Indonesia will be giving a talk and presentation on Prison, Probation and Criminal Justice Policy in Indonesia, during their visit to Manchester Metropolitan University in September.

Dr Iqrak Sulhin is Head of the Department of Criminology with research interests in prison and probation and he is currently acting as an advisor to the Indonesian Government on the drafting of prison and probation legislation.

Dr Anggi Harahap is Secretary of the Department of Criminology and her research interests are urban crime prevention and criminal justice policy The University of Indonesia based in the capital Jakarta is the foremost university in Indonesia and we are pleased to welcome them to Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University.

The seminar will be introduced by Professor Julie Scott-Jones Head of the Department of Sociology and the question and answer session will be hosted by Professor Steve Morris from Manchester Metropolitan University’s Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (PERU) and Deputy Director of the Research Centre for Applied Social Sciences (RCASS).

For more information, please contact:

Kevin Wong · k.wong@mmu.ac.uk


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