This month saw the anniversary of the riots that started in Tottenham, North London and sprung up through England. This will be one of many pieces of commentary about the riots. Some will predict [...]
Police and Crime Commissioners – an opportunity for positive change by Shane Britton of Revolving Doors
On 15 November, the first generation of Police and Crime Commissioners will be elected in 41 police force areas across England and Wales. The policy has been controversial, with mixed press [...]
We must invest time, relationships and resources to stop reoffending – by Rob Allen, Ambassador for Make Justice Work
Rob Allen works on prison reform in the UK and internationally. From 2005 to 2010 he was director of the International Centre for Prison Studies (ICPS) at King’s College London and is currently [...]
“People dancing look ridiculous to those who can’t hear the music” by Bob Turney, Ambassador for Make Justice Work
When a crime is committed it is deemed to be committed against the state. The victim goes one way, and the perpetrator goes the other way and never the twain shall meet. Thus, the offenders have [...]
Rehabilitation in the community serves the offender – Marina Cantacuzino (Founder of the Forgiveness Project and Ambassador of Make Justice Work)
Marina Cantacuzino is founder of the Forgiveness Project a charity exploring forgiveness and restorative justice through real people’s stories. Marina is also an ambassador for Make Justice Work.
Prison is an expensive way of making people worse – Roger Graef OBE, CEO of Films of Record and ambassador of Make Justice Work
Roger Graef OBE, is CEO of Films of Record, an award winning production company and ambassador of Make Justice Work.
Simon is the founder of YO! Brand, including YO!Sushi, YOTEL, YO! Zone, and YO! Foundation, which he set up to support various charitable causes that are important to him. He is also an [...]
We need to move to non custodial sentences with adequate support – Tony Cann ambassador of Make Justice Work
Tony Cann is a trustee of the Ruskin Foundation and an ambassador of Make Justice Work.
Joy Doal is the project manager of the Anawim Project, a women’s centre in Birmingham that helps women in prostitution, victims of domestic violence and women who are in and out of prison. She is [...]
Baroness Stedman Scott (Debbie Scott) is the CEO Tomorrow’s People Trust and an ambassador for Make Justice Work.