Penny GreenExecutive Board
Penny Green is a Director of ISCI. Professor Green graduated from the Australian National University in 1979, with a BA (Hons) and from the University of Cambridge with an MPhil and PhD in Criminology. Professor Green joined Queen Mary University of London in September 2014, following seven years as Professor of Law at King’s College London, where she was also Head of Research in the Dickson Poon School of Law. Prior to that she held posts at the University of Westminster, Southampton and the LSE. She has published widely on state crime, state-corporate crime, natural disasters, Turkish criminal justice and politics, transnational crime and asylum and forced migration. Her current research interests include illegal logging, torture and state violence, environmental harms and looted antiquities.
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20 Jun - 20 Jun 2016
[VIDEO] State Crime Special Issue Launch: Palestine, Palestinians and Israel’s State Criminality
Journal of the International State Crime Initiative Volume 5, Number 1, Spring 2016...
3 Mar - 3 Mar 2016
[2015/16 SEMINAR SERIES] ‘Patterns of Conflict and Genocide – Comparing the Cases of Sudan and Myanmar’ – Richard Cockett
The International State Crime Initiative (ISCI) is delighted to announce its fourth State Crime Seminar Series,...
28 Jan - 28 Jan 2016
[2015/16 SEMINAR SERIES] ‘The Crisis of Civilization and the Systemic Causes of Mass Violence’ – Dr Nafeez Ahmed
ISCI hosted its second State Crime Seminar Series delivered by Dr Nafeez Ahmed. Nafeez is an award-winning...
29 Oct 2015
[ISCI REPORT] COUNTDOWN TO ANNIHILATION: GENOCIDE IN MYANMAR
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27 Oct - 31 Oct 2015
ISCI ROHINGYA WEEK 27th to 31st OCTOBER Genocide in Myanmar: the Annihilation of the Rohingya
A week of events, talks, film & photography with the aim of drawing attention to the ongoing genocide against the...
22 Jun 2015
The Oslo Conference to End Myanmar’s Persecution of the Rohingyas
At the Oslo Conference to End Myanmar’s Persecution of Rohingyas held at the Nobel Institute in Oslo, Norway on...
16 May 2015
[ISCI PRESS RELEASE] Humanitarian crisis affecting Rohingya Muslims is the product of genocide
“The Rohingya are faced with only two options: stay and face annihilation, or flee.” [For immediate release]
16 Dec 2014
ISCI successfully guest-edited openDemocracy from 15th – 19th December 2014
The International State Crime Initiative is proud to announce that it guest edited openDemocracy between 15th...
29 Aug 2014
The dark politics of Turkish criminal justice: the case of Gulsum Koc*
The case of Gülsüm Koç is not simply a scandalous miscarriage of individual justice in which a child was sentenced...
18 Jul 2014
The War on Gaza: Israeli state crime and western complicity
‘I don’t know how my family are’, says Coventry restaurant owner Manal Timraz. ‘Last night was a bloody night...