The Justice Design Forum is a platform for a diverse network of professionals and academics interested in the design and operation of justice related environments. The forum’s emphasis is around providing a venue for discussion of the design of practices, products and places that take an innovative approach to supporting justice and rehabilitation.

The Justice Design Forum initially stems from the coming together of practitioners and academics at special sessions on justice environments at the ‘2012 Design and Crime Conference’ at University of Technology Sydney. Information and contacts for each of the presentations at the Justice Environments sessions are among the first posts on the forum site.

Through the Justice Design Forum we will organise events as well as publicise any related events, conferences, publications and initiatives that may be of interest to forum members.

To follow us, you can subscribe to the email digest on the homepage, or Twitter @ForumJusticeD

If you would like to get involved, upload materials to this website or suggest an event, please write to us in the “contact” page.

The Justice Design Forum is a non-profit and voluntary initiative. The content of this website does not represent the views of the University of Technology of Sydney, and is developed and maintained by Rohan Lulham , who is the solely responsible for its content unless differently expressed. This website is under a Creative Common Non-Commercial attribution (which covers also the images used under the website title, owned by the site maker) – unless otherwise expressed.

The Justice Design Forum is supported by the Design Out Crime (DOC) Research Centre in the Design, Architecture and Building Faculty at UTS which kindly offers the space for our meetings. DOC is located in Room 402, Level 3, Building 10, 135 Jones St Ultimo, NSW 2007.

We look forward to hearing from you!


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