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To commemorate Social Science Week, the Criminology & Criminal Justice Society (CCJS) will be hosting a panel discussion with prominent guest speakers on Monday 10th September 2018 at 6pm.
CCJS invites all UON students, UON staff and the public to join us for a Q&A evening, that is a highly valuable opportunity to deepen your understanding of crimes against women and men with our speakers. Speakers will discuss their experiences in the field, challenges they encounter and the wider effects of crime.
Crime editor of the Sydney Daily Telegraph and author, Mark Morri. Mark has worked at the Daily Mirror, covering the Sydney gangland murders and the Fatherâ€™s Day Bikie massacre. Mark specialised in crime reporting, covering the Port Arthur massacre in 1996 and the backpacker murders by Ivan Milat. For a brief time, Mark worked on the New York Post before returning to the Daily Telegraph. Mark, also a published author, wrote Remembering Anita Cobby in 2016, the story of the most vile murder of the nurse and beauty queen in 1986.
Domestic violence survivor and founder of Survivorâ€™s R Us Incorporated, Maria Martin. Not-for-profit organisation, Survivorâ€™s R Us Incorporated, was founded by Maria in 2017 and supports the fight against domestic violence. Maria will discuss the challenges faced when domestic violence is perpetrated against men and when circumstances involve children, as well as the aims of Survivorâ€™s R Us Incorporated.
Our third speaker will be confirmed closer to the event.
Please be aware that content may be sensitive for some, as the topic of domestic violence and additional crimes will be prominent. If there are questions you would like to ask our panellists, feel free to ask them during the evening or send through your questions to the CCJS to ask on your behalf.