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22 June 2022

This is the second of two articles, co-produced by Gavin Wilkinson and service users, looking at...

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15 June 2022

This is the first of two articles, co-produced by Gavin Wilkinson and service-users, looking at...

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12 June 2022

Quakers have a long-lasting interest in prisons and wider criminal justice issues.

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10 June 2022

Should those who work in, with and around prisons, or who campaign for prison reform, support...

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9 June 2022

Sometimes I light upon a book that evokes an array of emotions and leaves a lasting impression...

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12 May 2022

Ned (not his real name) had been sentenced for offences of assault and criminal damage at his ex...

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7 April 2022

I figured this was really what Richard Garside was asking in the subtext of his recent comment...

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5 April 2022

One of the pleasures of reviewing books for the Probation Journal is the discovery of literary...

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25 March 2022

Richard Garside’s recent piece on the problems the voluntary sector encounters in achieving real...

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21 March 2022

In a recent article on this website Richard Garside issued a plea about the current state of...

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18 March 2022

“I was so scared. I felt completely helpless. I was a single mum, in the pandemic, living by...

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11 March 2022

How do we escape the monotony of repeated policy failure? How do we instead do something...