Illicit financial flows and sustainable development
|Event Name||Illicit financial flows and sustainable development|
|Start Date||27 Feb 2019 1:00 pm|
|End Date||27 Feb 2019 2:00 pm|
Professor Liz Campbell, inaugural Francine McNiff chair in Criminal Jurisprudence at Monash Law. This talk is the second in MSDI’s new Research Seminar Series on Sustainable Development.
Enhancing justice and security throughout the Global south, and achieving sustainable development, requires sufficient and appropriately deployed assets. In this talk, Professor Campbell will share her work on the nexus between sustainable development and illicit financial flows. She’ll also discuss how Target 4 of Sustainable Development Goal 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions) – which seeks to significantly reduce illicit financial flows – is being operationalised.
About Professor Campbell
Professor Campbell is a global expert in corporate crime, organised crime, corruption and biometric evidence, and has been published widely in leading international journals. Her publications include a research monograph on Organised Crime and the Law (Hart, 2013), an edited collection on Corruption in Commercial Enterprise (Routledge, 2018), a jointly written book on the Collection and Retention of DNA from Suspects in New Zealand with Nessa Lynch (Victoria University Press, 2015) and a textbook on Criminal Law in Ireland (Clarus, 2010). She is currently working on the fifth edition of The Criminal Process (OUP, forthcoming 2019). Professor Campbell sits on a number of editorial boards and is a member of the UK’s Arts and Humanities Research Council Peer Review College. She is an appointed member of the UK Home Office Biometrics and Forensics Ethics Group, and an adjunct professor at Queensland University of Technology, School of Justice.