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One and a half years after completing a PhD through ISSR on the influence of legislative frameworks on hate crime victimisation and reporting patterns, Dr Susann Wiedlitzka, together with her UK colleagues, has presented a research report on hate crime law reform at an event at the UK House of Commons.  Parliamentarians and invited guests were no doubt as impressed by Susann’s presentation on this topic as ISSR audiences were in 2014 when Susann won the People’s Choice favourite in the Institute’s 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) competition.  Since graduation, Susann moved to the University of Sussex School of Law, Politics and Sociology where she works as a Lecturer and researcher.  ISSR wishes Susann the best of opportunities as her career continues to flourish.

Full report: https://www.sussex.ac.uk/webteam/gateway/file.php?name=final-report---hate-crime-and-the-legal-process.pdf&site=539

Date: 
17 October 2017