Elizabeth Stanley is a Reader in Criminology and a Rutherford Discovery Fellow at the Institute... More
Victoria University of Wellington
Elizabeth Stanley is a Reader in Criminology and a Rutherford Discovery Fellow at the Institute of Criminology, Victoria University of Wellington, Aotearoa/New Zealand. Her research focuses on state crime, human rights, detention, transitional justice and social justice. She has published widely on these issues with regard to events in New Zealand, South Africa, Chile, Timor-Leste, West Papua and the UK. Her publications include ‘Torture, Truth and Justice’, ‘State Crime and Resistance’ (with Jude McCulloch), and ‘The Road to Hell: State Violence against Children in Post War NZ’. The latter explores the violence against children in state-run institutions, its long-term legacy, and the ways in which state authorities have shut down ‘just’ responses to victims/survivors. She is currently working on an edited book, ‘Human Rights and Incarceration’.
Legal Aid ACT
Louise Taylor is a Kamilaroi woman, a lawyer and the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Legal Aid... More
Legal Aid ACT
Louise Taylor is a Kamilaroi woman, a lawyer and the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Legal Aid ACT. Louise is a former specialist Family Violence prosecutor, a previous long time Convenor of the Women’s Legal Centre ACT, a past member of the ACT Domestic Violence Prevention Council and former Chair of the ACT Ministerial Advisory Council on Women. Louise is a member of the ACT Law Reform Advisory Council, the Law Council of Australia’s Indigenous Legal Issues Committee and an associate of UNSW’s Indigenous Law Centre.