What is the place of prison in contemporary Scotland?

15 Nov ‘16

7.30PM - 9.00PM

Venue: Logie Lecture Theatre, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA

The University of Stirling and Friends of Logie Kirk invite you to join us for our third biennial debate in the Evenings of Discussion series. 

This year's event, entitled "What is the place of prison in contemporary Scotland?" will be Chaired by Reverend Elaine Macrae, the outgoing chair of the Joint Faiths Advisory Board on Criminal Justice, and the panel is:

  • Mr David Strang, HM Inspectorate of Prisons for Scotland;
  • The Very Reverend Dr Andrew McLellan CBE, former Chief Inspector of Prisons for Scotland;
  • Mr Pete White, Chief Executive of Positive Prisons
  • Dr Bill Munro, Lecturer, Division of Sociology, Social Policy & Criminology, University of Stirling.

The event is free of charge and all staff, students and members of the public are welcome to attend.  To reserve a place, please register online here.

Getting here

Venue: Logie Lecture Theatre, University of Stirling

Please note that due to construction works on campus, part of the main Cottrell car park is currently out of use. If you are due to attend an event in Logie Lecture Theatre and wish to park on campus we would recommend that the South car park and East car parks would give the easiest pedestrian access to Logie Lecture Theatre. Visitors with mobility issues should park in the lower level of the main Cottrell car park and should use the internal route within the Cottrell Building (via the A-corridor) to access Logie Lecture Theatre. Please see below maps for further details.

Campus Map

Internal route to Logie Lecture Theatre

For further information on transport to the University of Stirling, please visit our Getting Here webpages.


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