Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law

School of Law

ESRC Seminar Series: Situating Anti-Social Behaviour and Respect

22 April 2009 | 9.15 am - 4.30 pm | Conference
Great Hall, King's College London

This conference summed up the findings from the 'Governing Through Anti-Social Behaviour' seminar series, funded by the ESRC.

The principal findings were disseminated and broader conceptual insights drawn out. The conference explored the philosophies and politics that inform the contemporary governance of anti-social behaviour and the practical lessons derived from implementation of the diverse new technologies and mechanisms of control.

Workshop sessions were held covering the main areas covered by the seminars:

  • housing
  • gender and the family
  • young people
  • the night-time economy
  • diversity.

A policy round table and discussion was held on the shape and future of policy in England, Scotland and Wales.

Documents

Conference programme (PDF, 108KB)

Location Details

Great Hall, King's College London

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