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 [...]
Given that the majority of women in prison are serving sentences as a result of non-violent crimes, there is a need to reconsider whether many of them should be separated from their children in [...]
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.
The government should take note when Mothers Against Murder and Aggression rightly say “there is no point in someone being locked up for six weeks and then released with the same issues and [...]
Make Justice Work’ is arguing for greater use of community sentences as a better alternative than short prison sentences. I agree – which is why I’m an ambassador for the campaign, along with [...]
In this, the third of our guest bloggers, we hear from Paul Cowley. Paul is an Ambassador for Make Justice Work and is also Executive Director of Caring for Ex-Offenders and The William [...]