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  • Thursday, 30 May, 2013

    Rebecca Roberts, Senior Associate at the Centre, wrote on the Reclaim Justice Network blog, arguing that criminal justice agencies should keep out of our schools.

  • Thursday, 30 May, 2013

    The Centre has office space available to rent in London for like-minded organisations. Our offices are bright, air conditioned, very close to the Vauxhall transport hub and we have a purpose built meeting room available at highly discounted prices for tenants. One space of around 650 sq ft and another of around 680 sq ft both on our first floor for which we are looking for £30 per sq ft. Email info@crimeandjustice.org.uk to arrange a viewing or to find our more information. 

  • Thursday, 30 May, 2013

    We have issued a call for evidence as part of our review of poverty, material deprivation and social exclusion of people in institutional care, commissioned by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

  • Wednesday, 29 May, 2013

    The End Violence Against Women coalition launched a new report this month assessing government promises to prevent abuse of women and girls. The report gives the government just 2.5 out of 10. EVAW has called for immediate action. 

  • Wednesday, 29 May, 2013

    The Independent reported on expected financial losses of G4S after the Dutch imprisonment rate fell... and later in the month, Nick Buckles quit as Chief Exec of G4S with a £1.2m pay off.

  • Tuesday, 28 May, 2013

    Richard Garside, CCJS director, and Arianna Silvestri, Research and Policy Associate, met with Penal Reform International to discuss the challenges of embedding international human rights standards in the management and operation of prisons. Richard also attended the 'What is Justice?' symposium organised by the Howard League. Deputy Director, Will McMahon, was in Brussels at a European wide conference on drug harms. 

  • Tuesday, 28 May, 2013

    57,000 people currently on police bail, according to the BBC.

  • Monday, 27 May, 2013

    The Office of the Children's Commissioner published a report on the impact of viewing pornography on children and young people. 

  • Monday, 27 May, 2013

    Joseph Rowntree Foundation report shows that almost one third of people in Britain are excluded from mainstream society because they cannot afford to join in with activities such as taking a holiday or buying consumer goods.

  • Saturday, 25 May, 2013

    Nick Groombridge comments on the moral panics of 2012 at Works for Freedom, and wonders if there have been too many panics and not enough folk devils. 

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