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30 September 2014
Matt Ford, Research and Policy Assistant, talks about how ethnic minority students fare in post-16 education.
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29 September 2014

In another reflection from his time as a probation officer, Mike Guilfolye remembers 'Billy'.

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25 September 2014

Matt Ford, Research and Policy Assistant, writes about our panel discussion on the challenges facing an incoming government.

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19 September 2014
Matt Ford, Research and Policy Assistant, sets out what primary and secondary education looks like for people from different ethnic groups.
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18 September 2014
Matt Ford, Research and Policy Assistant, begins our blog series on the ethnic penalty by describing what poverty looks like for people from black and minority ethnic groups.
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17 September 2014

Roger Grimshaw reflects on the recent Joint Thematic Review of prisoner resettlement.

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17 September 2014
Senior Policy Associate, Rebecca Roberts, says we need to look beyond the 'short-sightedness' of criminal justice interventions in tackling violence against women.
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16 September 2014
Research Director, Dr Roger Grimshaw writes about the opportunities for anti-poverty strategies for prisoners and looked after children.
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15 September 2014
Will McMahon, the Centre's Deputy Director, explains the thinking behind our new Justice Matters project: Tackling the ethnic penalty.
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11 September 2014

The Centre's Research and Policy Assistant, Matt Ford, summarises the discussions which took place at our recent roundtable event.

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9 September 2014
Martine Lignon, a trustee of Women in Prison, explains why she signed the Justice Matters for Women call to action.
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8 September 2014
Becky Clarke critiques the use of simplistic measures to define success in criminal justice.