Honorary Fellow, School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Deakin University. Fellow of the Australian & New Zealand Society of Criminology., Deakin University
Peter Norden is an Honorary Fellow and has an Honorary Doctorate at Deakin Criminology.
He has a broad range of experience in the non-government services sector, and has worked extensively at developing and managing innovative social service programs in the community.
He is an experienced public advocate and social commentator on issues of human rights and social justice.
In 2007, he was made an Officer in the Order of Australia (AO) 'for services to community development through social research and programs aimed at assisting marginalized young people and offenders, and to the mental health sector in Australia'.
He now conducts his own consultancy service, known as "Norden Directions" (www.nordendirections.com.au) and works as a Civil Marriage Celebrant.
Honorary Fellow, Deakin Criminology
Adjunct Professor, RMIT
Vice Chancellor’s Fellowship, Melbourne University
Policy Director, Jesuit Social Services
Chief Executive Officer, Jesuit Social Services
Policy Director, Catholic Social Services Victoria
Senior Prison Chaplain, Victorian Prison System
Monash University, Master of Human Rights Law
Latrobe University, Master of Social Work
University of Melbourne, Diploma of Social Studies
Melbourne University, Bachelor of Arts
Solitary Confinement: a further punishment other than that imposed by the courts or a breach of Australia's international human rights obligations?, Norden Directions
Misguided Kindness or Genocide? An analysis of Australia's Indigenous Massacres in the context of current international law, Norden Directions
The Brosnan Centre: from community service to social action, Norden Directions
Safe and Inclusive Learning Communitieis, Edmund Rice Education Australia
Not So Straight: engaging same sex attracted students in Catholic Secondary Schools, Australian Journal of Human Rights
Ned Kelly, John Barry and the role of social activism in criminal justice reform, ANZ Journal of Criminology
Keeping Them Connected: reducing drug related harm in Australian secondary schools, Harm Reduction Digest
Confronting the Death Penalty: people, politics and principles, Catholic Social Justice Series
Not So Straight: a national study examining how Catholic schools can respond to same sex attracted students, Jesuit Social Services
Keeping Them Connected: a national study examining how Catholic schools can best respond to incidents of illicit drug use, Jesuit Social Services
Crime and Punishment: moving from retributive to restorative justice, Jesuit Social Services
Heroin as a Form of Self-Medication, Jesuit Social Services
Making Things Right: a vision for criminal justice, Australian Catholic Social Justice Council
Punishment and Christian Values, Jesuit Theological College
Fellow of the Australian & New Zealand Society of Criminology
Crime Policy (160504)
Mental Health (111714)
Social Policy (160512)
Officer in the Order of Australia (AO) "for services to community development through social research and programs aimed at assisting marginalised young people and offenders, to the mental health sector in Australia".