Our Mission: Main building

The Centre for Criminal Justice is committed to the furthering of human rights through the law, directing its skills in the area of criminal and social justice towards the understanding and solution of local community problems, focusing on challenges within the justice system.

Our Objectives:

• To enable disadvantaged communities to claim their rights to justice and services
• To help clients to resolve conflicts through mediation
• To educate disadvantaged communities about their rights
• To contribute to teaching in relevant subjects at the Faculty of Law Client with cane
• To collect and maintain data on social and legal problems encountered by disadvantaged communities
• To monitor the implementation and impact of law, policy and state agencies in disadvantaged communities
• To undertake and promote research into the work of CCJ in its development and outreach activities, on topics of conflict resolution, furthering access to justice, the protection of human rights or any other related subject, including interdisciplinary research
• To train, develop and support researchers through collaboration with professional researchers
• To advocate for the reform of law, policy or practice on the basis of research findings
• To develop and maintain links with other institutions with similar goals and interests

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