- PhD, University of Massachusetts, 1983
- Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, 2007
- Fellow of the American Society of Criminology, 2014
- Distinguished Criminologist, Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, 2015
- Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology, 2016
Kathleen Daly is Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University (Brisbane). She writes on gender, race, crime, and criminal justice; and on restorative, Indigenous, and transitional justice. Her recent work is on conventional and innovative justice responses to violent victimisation; and on redress for institutional abuse of children in international context. She is a member of the Commonwealth Independent Advisory Council on Redress, and has received seven Australian Research Council Grants (all but one as sole CI), totalling $2.3 million.
Curriculum vitae as at August 2018
Longer Bio as at August 2018
Short and medium Bios as at August 2018
- Financial assistance to victims of sexual offences Paper prepared for the National victims of crime conference, Brisbane, Queensland, 6-7 September 2017.
- Desistance and Indigenous sentencing courts Paper prepared for The Criminal Lawyers of the Northern Territory, Biennial Bali Conference, Prama Sanur Beach Hotel, Bali, 24-30 June 2017.
- What is owed and why? The role of money in redress for historical institutional abuse paper prepared for Compensating the past: international approaches to redress schemes for historical child abuse, Exploratory workshop, Norrköping, Sweden, 10-11 November 2016.
- Redressing wrongs: Whether, how, and why money matters to victims Powerpoint prepared for Victims and Justice National Conference, Melbourne. 8-9 August 2016.
- What is required for effective redress of historical institutional abuse? Handout for presentation at ANZSOC conference, 24-27 Nov 2015.
- What is restorative justice? Fresh answers to a vexed question Plenary address to British Society of Criminology, University of Plymouth, July 2015.
- What is required for effective redress of historical institutional abuse? Public lecture for Institute of Research in Social Sciences (IRISS), Belfast 15 June 2015.
- Legal pluralism and gender violence: case studies of non-state justice in the Asia-Pacific region Slides and references prepared for plenary address to Asia-Pacific Conference on Gendered Violence and Violations, University of New South Wales, Sydney. 10-12 February 2015.
- Sibling sexual abuse: Legal responses and mother's experiences Paper and powerpoint prepared for conference Adolescent Violence in the Home, Melbourne 18-19 February 2013.
- Victim participation: The thin edge of the wedge Powerpoint prepared for plenary to Participatory Justice: achieving justice for victims at local, national and international settings. Australian National University, Canberra, 17-18 September 2012.
- Innovative justice responses to sexual violence Prepared for the AIJA Criminal Justice in Australia and New Zealand - Issues and Challenges for Judicial Administration Conference, Sydney, 7-9 September 2011.
- Contextualizing sexual violence in a global perspective Prepared for the 3rd National Conference on Restorative Justice, Campbell University, Raleigh, North Carolina, 8 June 2011.
- Formal and informal justice responses to youth sex offending Prepared for Research-Policy-Practice Symposium on Preventing Youth Sexual Violence and Abuse, Griffith University, South Bank Auditorium, April 2010.
- Racializing restorative justice: lessons from Indigenous justice practices plenary address and powerpoint presentation Second Restorative Justice Conference, San Antonio, Texas, 13-15 May 2009.
- What does a modernised justice system mean to women? Remarks prepared for the Victims Support Agency Forum, 14 September 2005, Melbourne Town Hall.
- Seeking justice in the 21st century: the contested politics of race and gender Professorial lecture presented at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, South Bank, 21 April 2005.
- Punishment and restorative justice: the views of young people (prepared for American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Toronto, Nov 1999).
- What is the future of the Youth Court? Reflecting on the relationship of informal and formal justice (remarks to Australian and New Zealand Senior Youth court judges and magistrates, Adelaide, Oct 1999).
- Does punishment have a place in restorative justice? (prepared for Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Meeting, Perth, Sept 1999).
- Restorative justice: moving past the caricatures (prepared for Institute of Criminology, Sydney Law School, Apr 1998).
- What would have been justice? Remarks prepared for the Plenary on Sexual Harassment in the Thomas Hearings, Law and Society Annual Meeting, 27-31 May 1992.
- Diversionary conferences in Australia: a reply to the optimists and skeptics (prepared for American Society of Criminology Annual Meetings, Chicago, Nov 1996).
- Of numbers and narrative. Prepared for Law and Society Annual Meeting, Amsterdam, June 1991.
- The FAVE Project, Financial Assistance and Victims' Experiences, Technical Report No. 7: Victims' Experiences Seeking Financial Assistance for Sexual Offences. Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University. (2019) (with Robyn Holder and Victoria Meyer).
- The FAVE Project, Financial Assistance and Victims' Experiences, Technical Report No. 6: Contexts, Data, and Decisions by Victim Assist Queensland for Sexual Offences. Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice and Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University. (2019) (with Robyn Holder and Victoria Meyer).
- South Australian Juvenile Justice and Criminal Justice (SAJJ-CJ) Technical Report No.5: In-Depth Study of Sexual Assault and Family Violence Cases, Part II, Sibling Assault, Other Sexual Assault, and Youth-Parent Assault. Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice,
Griffith University, December 2012 (with Dannielle Wade), minor updates February 2013.
- South Australia Juvenile Justice and Criminal Justice (SAJJ-CJ) Technical Report No. 4: In-Depth Study of Sexual Assault and Family Violence Cases. Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, February 2007 (with Brigitte Bouhours and Sarah Curtis-Fawley).
- South Australia Juvenile Justice and Criminal Justice (SAJJ-CJ) Technical Report No. 3: Sexual Assault Archival Study (SAAS), An Archival Study of Sexual Offence Cases Disposed of in Youth Court and by Conference and Formal Caution, 3rd edition. Brisbane: School of Criminology
and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, July 2007.
- South Australia Juvenile Justice (SAJJ) Technical Report No. 2: Research Instruments in Year 2 (1999) (YP and victim only) and Background Notes. Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, April 2001.
- South Australia Juvenile Justice and Criminal Justice (SAJJ-CJ) Technical Report No. 1: Project Overview and Research Instruments. Brisbane: School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, Griffith University, December 1998.