Criminology & Forensic Studies hosts visiting scholars from Sweden

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Professor Shanta Balgobind Singh (fourth left) hands over a token of appreciation to Dr My Lilja (fifth left) from the University of Gӓvle. They are seen with staff and the Dean and Head of School, Prof Jean Steyn (eighth left), from the School of Applied Human Sciences.
Professor Shanta Balgobind Singh (fourth left) hands over a token of appreciation to Dr My Lilja (fifth left) from the University of Gӓvle. They are seen with staff and the Dean and Head of School, Prof Jean Steyn (eighth left), from the School of Applied Human Sciences.

The Criminology and Forensic Studies discipline within the School of Applied Human Sciences recently hosted visiting scholars Dr My Lilja and Dr Amir Rostami, from the Criminology Department at the University of Gӓvle (Sweden).

The visiting academics spent a week at the School during which they met UKZN academics and spoke about international collaboration, future applications, articles and teaching exchange.

Besides the discussion about a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between UKZN and the University Of Gavle, an application for the Linnaeus-Palme grant was made.

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