Watch our latest episode of 'Lunch with...', featuring Richard Garside in conversation with Charlie Weinberg.
Systemic violence refers to emotional, psychological, and physical harm from social structures, including state institutions.
In December's edition of 'Last month in criminal justice', our guests were asked what they'd like to see included in the Prisons Strategy White Paper, released yesterday.
We've compiled a handy list of references from today's webinar, 'Last month in criminal justice' for viewers.
"I've been an academic for 23 years... and I have never seen anything like this"
This is the first of several related pieces that explore how commercial pressures and populist tendencies undermine efforts to respond to the complex issues of trauma in individuals, communities and wider society.
Watch the video of our final 'After Strangeways' webinar held on Friday 26 February.
In this second edition of the Critical Care series by Iles, Tsintsadze and Weinberg, idols, ideology and ideals are considered.
The function of the ‘mirror’ in psychoanalytic theory is, very simply, that the earliest ways in which the infant begins to recognise itself are through the ‘mother’s’ gaze.*
Our Chair of Trustees, Charlie Weinberg, has written a piece on the problems of punishment for the website of Abolition, the US-based journal of radical and insurgent politics.
In the piece, Charlie develops the argument she first explored in this article on our website, about the difference between containment and control.
What it is about punishment that makes it simultaneously both...
Over recent weeks there have been several calls for people in prison and detention centres to be released, largely framed as a ‘public health’ response and a way of keeping whole communities safe.
Charlotte Weinberg became a Trustee in April 2015 and Chair of Trustees in March 2017.