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Do we punish too much? A Radzinowicz symposium

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This symposium, organized jointly by the Prisons Research Centre and the Centre for Penal Theory and Ethics, aims to bring empirical research to bear on questions of punishment theory and practice. By organizing a series of presentations around the question of whether we punish too much, we hope to build an evidence-driven case against excess. In doing so, and by drawing together an academic and practitioner audience, we also mark the appointment of our new Radzinowicz Fellow, Peter Dawson, former prison governor and Director of the Prison Reform Trust.

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