(In)Justice International is a not-for-profit multidisciplinary global collective focused on injustices and atrocities committed against the environment, indigenous peoples, ethnic minorities, refugees, disabled people, the so-called ‘troublesome youth’ and people from poorer class backgrounds. Titles in this series are written by global contributors including practitioners, lawyers, professors and students in a number of fields including social policy, sociology, politics, disability studies, human geography, economics, criminology, legal activism and migration studies. Books in this series undergo scholarly peer review and are published in print and ebook formats. For more information, visit https://www.injustice-intl.org.

Board of Founders
Scott Avery - Western Sydney University, Australia
Lauren Avery - Minority Rights Group International, UK
Silvia Mendes Camoes - University of Minho, Portugal
Nick Emmel - University of Leeds, UK
Susan Eriksson - South Eastern Finland University, Finland
Adam Formby - York St John University, UK
Clare Mawson - York St John University, UK
William Melo - University of Minho, Portugal
Simon Prideaux - University of Leeds, UK
Pey-Chun Pan - National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Claudia Radiven - University of Leeds, UK
Karen Soldatic - Western Sydney University, Australia
Kari Saari - South Eastern Finland University, Finland
Rebecca Taylor - University of Leeds, UK

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Crime, Criminality and Injustice

Edited by Simon Prideaux, Mustapha Sheikh, Adam Formby

£80.00, $110.00  Hardback

February 2023

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