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Mike Grewcock is a lecturer in criminology and criminal law at the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales. Prior to obtaining a PhD at UNSW Mike worked as a solicitor in London for 13 years. His most recent book is Border Crimes: Australia’s War on Illicit Migrants.
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22 May 2017
A history of mandatory detention in Australia
Dr Mike Grewcock addresses a public forum in Sydney, hosted by the Sydney Refugee Action Coalition, to mark the 25th...
24 Apr 2015
Law, Rights and Resistance in Occupied Palestine Symposium
The symposium Law, Rights and Resistance in Occupied Palestine was held on the 24th April 2015 at the University of...
Back to the Future: Australian Border Policing Under Labor, 2007–2013 (Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 2014, pp. 102-125)
This article analyses the border policies of australia’s federal Labor governments between 2007 and 2013. It...
Public Criminology, Victim Agency and Researching State Crime (Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 2012, pp. 109-125)
Using the example of Australia’s immigration detention policies, this article engages with contemporary debates...
22 May 2011
Methodology Workshop April 2011
The purpose of the workshop was to discuss the innovative ways in which people who research state crime conduct their...
19 Sep 2010
Refugees and state crime: a developing paradigm
In September 2010, detainees at the Darwin immigration detention centre in Australias Northern Territory mounted two...
18 Apr 2010
1/2010: The Great Escape: Refugees, Detention and Resistance
Abstract: In my book, Border Crimes: Australia’s war on illicit migrants, I develop Green and Wards (2004) focus...