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The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies
Context of the organisation: Founded in 1931. Owns the British Journal of Criminology. Experienced in working with the European Prison Observatory. We have a small staff group and therefore the student would need to take initiatives. We have our own building with meeting rooms and some office space. We have no public funds. We seek grants from independent funders.
|Name NWP||The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies|
Please contact Dr Marisa Silvestri, Reader in Criminology, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Professional field NWP
Independent educational charity
National organisation, no other sections/departments/divisions
Short description NWP organisation
Thematic key words (following the criteria of IMARC dimensions)
Research needs and/or research questions NWP
Implications of Brexit for people with diverse nationalities, origins, and resources, and impacted by criminal justice
Offer NWP: the role of the IMARC researcher
Number of IMARC researchers that can be placed at NWP per academic year
1 per year
Is it possible for IMARC researchers to have other forms of research collaboration and data collection (other than internship)?
To be confirmed
Financial compensation (for IMARC researchers)
None yet established. CCJS would be open to negotiation, subject to its resources at the prevailing time.
Which language is required?
Certain agreements that need to be respected, such as screening procedures for students and confidentiality of the data, and the like?
Approval by a UK research ethics committee if personal data (via interviews, questionnaires, etc.) are to be accessed.
Possible start date / end date internship and/or other research collaboration
To be agreed