Who experiences anti-social behaviour and in what context?
End of project conference
This conference will showcase the findings from a collaborative project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) which sought to answer the question ‘who experiences or witnesses anti-social behaviour (ASB) and in what context?’ The purpose of the event is to share the findings from the project as well as discuss the potential implications for practice.
- From: Monday 4 March 2019, 10.30 am
- To: Monday 4 March 2019, 3.30 pm
- Registration: 10 am
- Location: National Justice Museum, High Pavement, Nottingham, NG1 1HN
- Booking deadline: Friday 1 March 2019, 6.00 pm
The event will feature presentations from the project team on four main themes: perceptions of ASB; experience of ASB; the reporting of ASB; and the impact of ASB incidents on quality of life and daily routine.
We are also very fortunate to have inputs from John Hayward-Cripps (Chief Executive Officer, Neighbourhood Watch) and Janine Green (ASB and Housing Consultant).
The event is aimed at practitioners and academics with an interest in reducing anti-social behaviour. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
This event is free to attend and lunch and refreshments will be provided. To book please select 'reserve your place' at the top of the page and complete the booking form.
For more information about this event please contact Becky Thompson, Senior Lecturer in Sociology from the School of Social Sciences.
10 am - 10.30 am: Registration
10.30 am - 11 am: Introductions and key speaker
11 am - 12 pm: Presentation of findings from the project team
12 pm - 1 pm: Lunch and networking
1 pm - 1.30 pm: Key speaker
1.30 pm - 2.30 pm: Presentation of findings from the project team
2.30 pm - 3 pm: Roundtable discussion
3 pm - 3.30 pm: Summing up
3.30 pm: Event close
The National Justice Museum is located in Nottingham city centre with easy access via public transport. Please visit the Museum's website for travel information.