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University of Strathclyde : Collins Building (Room CL205)

22 Richmond Street

Glasgow

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The Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research is holdings its Annual Lecture at the University of Strathclyde on Tuesday 13 November.

We are delighted to announce
Prof Maggy Lee, University of Hong Kong, will deliver this year's lecture; '
The Changing Nature of Border, Criminalization and Mass Deportation in An Age of Migration Control.'


Maggy has published widely on migration and human trafficking including; Trafficking and Global Crime Control (Sage, 2011), Human Trafficking (Willan, 2007), ‘‘Human Trafficking and Border Control in the Global South’ in Aas and Bosworth (eds), The Borders of Punishment (Oxford University Press, 2013), and ‘Women’s imprisonment as a mechanism of migration control in Hong Kong’, British Journal of Criminology, 2007.

She is currently working on research projects on ‘British and Asian Lifestyle Migrants’ (funded by the ESRC/Hong Kong Research Grants Council), ‘Female Transnational Professionals in Hong Kong’ (funded by the HK Central Policy Unit), and ‘Fear of crime and trust in crime control in Hong Kong’ (with M. Adorjan, funded by the HK Research Grants Council).

A wine reception will follow Maggy's Lecture from 18:30.

Event closes at 19:30

The lecture is free but booking is essential.

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University of Strathclyde : Collins Building (Room CL205)

22 Richmond Street

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United Kingdom

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