Winners of the PaCCS Research Early Career Researcher Snapshot Competitions on Serious Organised Crime
The Partnership for Conflict, Crime & Security Research is delighted to announce the winners of our 2021 Early Career Researcher Snapshot Competition. This competition was held as part of the PaCCS 2021 conference on Serious Organised Crime (SOC), funded by ESRC.
Throughout our 2021 conference on Maximizing Impact from Serious Organised Crime Research, researchers and practitioners presented on topics related to Modern Slavery & Human Trafficking, Economic & Financial Crime, Blue (Maritime) & Green (Environmental) Crime (including wildlife trafficking), Cyber-Crimes & Online Criminal Markets, Gangs & Syndicates (Arms, Drugs & Extortion), Victims, Harms & Markets , and Criminal Conflict & Political Violence. As part of the ‘snapshots sessions’ featuring shorter presentations on a wide array of topics, doctoral and post-doctoral researchers at UK universities were invited to give a 3-minute snapshot presentation, and to enter their submission into one of two awards competitions: Best Early Career Researcher Presentation on Understanding Serious Organised Crime, or Best Early Career Researcher Presentation on Undermining Serious Organised Crime.
The winner of our Early Career Snapshot Competition on Undermining Serious Organised Crime was Anne-Marie Greenslade, for her work on “The UK’s anti-modern slavery framework: how well is the current approach working and where could it be improved?” You can view her talk here:
The winner of our Early Career Snapshot Competition on Understanding Serious Organised Crime was Dr Ilse Ras, for her work on Newspaper Representations of Human Trafficking. You can view her talk here: