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Learning from Argentinian women's police stations in a world-first study.

Preventing gender violence

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25 Jun 2019

How women's police stations cut violence against women in South America

Consistent research has shown that women prefer to be received by women when they make a complaint to police about sexual and domestic violence, QUT Professor Kerry Carrington said on the ABC's The Drum last night, regarding her research on women's police stations in South America.

21 Jun 2019

LNP cleverly out of the blocks for BCC 2020 elections

A quiet transformation has occurred within the majority Liberal National Party (LNP) controlled Brisbane City Council, ahead of the March 2020 elections.

Events

17 Jul 2019

Data-driven duties in the development of artificial intelligence

Please join the QUT Faculty of Law for a special event with Professor Frank Pasquale, a leading international expert in the global algorithmic accountability movement. The talk will describe torts that may arise due to the deployment of AI and robotics (and some which have already arisen). The focus is on one particular type of failing: the use of inaccurate or inappropriate data in training sets used for machine learning.

3 Jul 2019

Fixing Fitzgerald: Queensland’s Failed Sex Industry Policy

Please join the QUT School of Justice, Respect Inc and #DecrimQLD, for a special event to mark the 30th anniversary of the handing down of the Fitzgerald Inquiry Report in 1989. The event brings together six leading academic and industry experts to discuss sex industry law reform in Queensland.

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