Welcome: Louis Dadzie

Louis Kobina Dadzie is a dedicated and proactive researcher from Ghana and is currently pursuing his PhD at the QUT Centre for Justice. In 2023, he was awarded a Centre for Justice Scholarship to undertake his doctoral research. His research will explore how workplace victimisation affects frontline workers in Australia, with a focus on perceived risk and fear of victimisation. His doctoral research is supervised by Dr. Michael Chataway, his principal supervisor, and Associate Professor Danielle Watson, his co-supervisor.

Louis holds a Master’s in Population and Health from the University of Cape Coast, Ghana, and is equipped with a strong academic background, having earned a Bachelor’s in Economics and Sociology from the same University. Louis has a keen interest in quantitative research methods and possesses strong data analysis skills using STATA, SPSS, and R applications.

Speaking about Louis’ commencement, Dr Chataway said, “Louis is settling in well to his new home for the next three years, we are excited to have him joining the Centre for Justice and School of Justice. I am looking forward to supervising his important and timely research, which aligns with the Centre priorities in access to justice and violence prevention.”

For more information or collaboration inquiries, you can contact Louis at louis.dadzie@hdr.qut.edu.au.