This is an abridged version of Rebecca Roberts' paper, prepared in collaboration with Matt Ford, to the 'Police corruption, spying, racism and accountability' conference on Friday 6 February, 2015 at Conway Hall, London. The data mentioned in Rebecca's speech can be viewed in the slides below.
Dr Marian Duggan, University of Kent, explores ways of preventing violence against women and girls
Mike Guilfoyle considers how his experience with 'Harry' was affected by changes to the Probation Service.
These are the slides presented by Dr Anthony Gunter at the 'Justice Matters for young black men: tackling the ethnic penalty' event on 28 January 2015.
This is the commentary from a presentation about the data on the ethnic penalty given by the Centre's Research and Policy Assistant, Matt Ford, at the 'Justice Matters for young black men: tackling the ethnic penalty' event on 28 January 2015. It should be read in conjunction with the data in the attached slides to which it refers.
This is the introduction given by the Centre's deputy director, Will McMahon, to the 'Justice Matters for young black men: tackling the ethnic penalty' event on 28 January 2015.
Dr Emma Bell, Senior Lecturer at the Université de Savoie, calls for a positive conception of liberty that recognises the need to limit the freedoms of large corporations in order to promote the freedom of individual citizens to enjoy real social and political freedom
Professor Kevin Haines and Dr Stephen Case propose a new model for youth justice that puts children first
Mike Guilfoyle reflects on his supervisory experience with 'Marcus', who had a traumatic childhood and struggled with alcohol problems.
Julian Hargreaves, Research Associate at the Centre for Islamic Studies at the University of Cambridge, reflects on the media coverage of his recent article on research into Muslim victimisation.
The Centre's Research and Policy Assistant, Matt Ford, continues our series on the ethnic penalty with a piece on financial exclusion for Black and minority ethnic people.