The Centre for Social Research in Health &
UNSW Practical Justice Initiative
present a special combined event:
Eileen Baldry in conversation with Carla Treloar
Throughout her career, Eileen Baldry has worked to bring attention to the complexity of people's lives in the equally complex criminal justice system. Homelessness, mental health, cognitive disability, experiences of Indigenous people and transitions from prison are some of the areas Eileen's academic and advocacy work has drawn attention to. But, what works? What makes a difference? What can we ask of criminal justice systems to address seemingly intractable injustices?
Refreshments will be provided after the seminar.
Professor Eileen Baldry is Academic Chair of the UNSW Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Board and Professor of Criminology at UNSW Australia, where she is also a member of the Management Board. She researches and teaches in the areas of Criminology and Social Policy, in particular in regard to vulnerable people in criminal justice systems. She has been, and is, Lead and Chief Investigator on numerous major grants from the ARC, NHMRC and other funding bodies and has authored over 100 peer-reviewed books, articles and reports. She is involved in a voluntary capacity with development and justice community agencies, is a board member of the Public Interest Advocacy Centre and Deputy Chair of the NSW Disability Council. She is a past recipient of the NSW Justice Medal.
Professor Carla Treloar is Director and Head of the Hepatitis Research group at the Centre for Social Research in Health, UNSW Australia. She has been a member of the NSW and Australian Ministerial Advisory Committees and numerous advisory committees for government, health agencies and non-governmental organisations.