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#Aboriginal Lives Matter: Past, Present & Future

2020 Award-winning UNSW CrimSoc Original Interview Series

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Welcome to our Peer Mentor Program

The UNSW Criminology Society program currently supporting 40 students per term with their studies

Criminology in Law & Justice

FAQ about Criminology's shift to the Faculty of Law & Justice addressed by Prof. Andrew Lynch (Head of School and Deputy Dean at UNSW Law) and Dr Phillip Wadds (Criminology Undergraduate  Program Convenor)

Our 2020 Achievements 


Arc Club Member of the Year

Ashwini Muruganadam (President)


Arc Club Online Activity Award

#AboriginalLivesMatter Interview Series

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Featured on Australian & New Zealand Society of Criminology's Newsletter PacifiCrim

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Launched CrimSoc's Alumni Association & Volunteer Team

Statement of Solidarity: #BlackLivesMatter & #AboriginalLivesMatter

UNSW CrimSoc supports the Black Lives Matter movement and its parallel, the Aboriginal Lives Matter movement, here in Australia.


We recognise that there is a need for reforms in the criminal justice system, and a need to address the racist attitudes permeating throughout society which is reflected in our legal systems.

The UNSW Criminology Society (UNSW CrimSoc) is the social, professional development, and student affairs organisation of all UNSW Criminology students.


CrimSoc seeks to enrich our students’ academic experience and raise awareness on contemporary topical criminological debates both nationwide and global.

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