National launch of Joint Enterprise and racism publication in Manchester

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This new research report, ‘Dangerous associations: Joint enterprise, gangs and racism’, written by experts from Manchester Metropolitan University, raises serious concerns about the impact of Joint Enterprise prosecutions on Black, Asian and Minority ethnic communities. Focusing on Manchester, Nottingham and London, the report will reveal new findings that give strong grounds for concluding that black people are systematically discriminated against in joint enterprise prosecutions.

Speakers

Becky Clarke, Manchester Metropolitan University

Patrick Williams, Manchester Metropolitan University

Chair: Will McMahon, Centre for Crime Justice Studies

Venue

January 25th, 2016 8:30 AM   to   10:00 AM
Friends’ Meeting House
6 Mount Street
Manchester, M2 5NS
United Kingdom

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