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Professor Tanya Wyatt, Professor of Criminology, Northumbria University

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Professor Tanya Wyatt, Professor of Criminology, Northumbria University

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Animals and the environment deserve justice too: Challenging criminology’s human-centred-ness

Criminology has largely ignored the harm and suffering of non-human animals and the environment. The legislative and criminal justice systems too are human-centred. My contribution to the discipline is to challenge the status quo, which instigates and perpetuates injury to the planet and other species as well as hides the victimisation of non-human animals and the environment.

Prior to her role at Norrhumbria University, Tanya was a Deputy Sheriff and Police Officer, which included working in a maximum-security county jail and patrolling a small town. Tanya then served for two years as a United States Peace Corps volunteer in Ukraine. During that time, she wrote grants and designed programs to prevent the trafficking of women.

Refreshments will be available from 6pm with the lecture 6.30pm - 7.30pm. Please click on the Book Now button to reserve your place at this lecture

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Lecture Theatre 003, Business and Law Building
City Campus East
Newcastle upon Tyne


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