Welcome to the website of the Australian and New Zealand
Society of Criminology Inc. (ANZSOC).
Acknowledgement of Country
We, the members of the
Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology (ANZSOC), acknowledge the
traditional custodians of Australia and the sovereignty of the Māori in New
ANZSOC would like to acknowledge the ongoing Traditional Custodians of the lands for which our constituents conduct their teaching, learning, and research. We would like to acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and the lands, now called Australia, continue to belong to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the Traditional custodians of the lands. ANZSOC would like to pay respects to the Elders who have passed on the legacy of knowledge and culture to the future generations and acknowledge that the future generations hold the hope, the stories and the continued knowledge for current and emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. May this knowledge through Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ways of knowing, being and doing guide you with wisdom and courage.
ANZSOC also recognises iwi Māori and their unceded right to tino rangatiratanga (sovereignty) and their expression of mana motuhaka (self-determination). We acknowledge mātauranga Māori (Māori ways of being and knowing) informs both traditional and contemporary knowledge production and its ability to enhance our collective futures.
The society is devoted to promoting criminological study, research and practice in the region and bringing together persons engaged in all aspects of the field.
- A reduced registration fee at the annual conference;
- Free subscription to the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology;
- Special seminars and workshops in each state discussing recent developments in crime and criminology;
- Awards and prizes; and
- Opportunities to meet visiting distinguished scholars.
The 2021 ANZSOC conference is hosted by the criminology group, Griffith University. The conference theme is “JUSTICE IN DIALOGUE – ENDURING HARMS AND EMERGING CHALLENGES”.
The conference will be held online from 8-10 December 2021, with the Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Conference held 7 December. Call for abstracts will close Friday 30 July 2021.
For any enquiries related to the conference please contact the conference Secretariat firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Keiran Hardy, Dr Li Eriksson, Dr William Wood
2021 ANZSOC Conference Co-Chairs.
The ANZSOC Committee of Management has endorsed the establishment of a 2021 ANZSOC Conference Bursary Scheme to support anyone who require some financial assistance to attend and participate.
Read more HERE!
Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Inc.
c/ – Australian Institute of Criminology
GPO Box 1936
Canberra City ACT 2601
Ph: +61 2 6268 7450