Bristol University Press. February 2019 Free Access for a limited time window:
Recent research on the crises in contemporary European politics
Themed Issue: The Limits of EUrope: Identities, Spaces, Values
Crime Policy and is published twice a year.
TC Magazine seeks to advance the overall goal of the CEBCP by illustrating examples of how research is converted into criminal justice practice.
It is published twice each year.
The 25th November is International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and is followed by 16 days of activism concluding on International Human Rights Day, on 10th December.
To mark the 25th November and the days of activism which follow it, we are making research, recently published in our journals, about violence against women free to access until 16 December 2018.
You can also read the Editors’ Choice collection, which is free to access until 31 January 2019
Editors’ Choice collections
Browse the Editors’ Choice collections for Families, Relationships and Societies and the International Journal of Care and Caring (free to access until 31 January 2019)
Remark HJ Kerner: Regularly they seem to be open for free downloads during November, 2018. A few may extend their availability until early 2019. Even if those journals do not belong to the core of Criminology or Criminal Justice, they are offering nonetheless here some thematic articles related to the field. I am providing you with general hyperlinks as offered by the Publishers/ Editors. Please help yourself in searching what may best fit to your personal preferences.
Springer Nature author and editor Professor Roger Levesque has curated a special collection of journal articles and book chapters for World Mental Health Day on this year’s area of focus ‘young people and mental health in a changing world’. Research is included from across the Springer Nature family of publishing brands – Springer, Nature Research, BMC and Palgrave Macmillan.
This article is written by Ralph Bunch, Regional Director Europe of Fair Trials. Fair Trials highlights the urgent need for pre-trial detention reform in order to address human rights concerns in the operation of the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) and ensure implementation of the European Supervision Order (ESO)