cjm 99: Poverty and institutional care

Guest edited by Dr Roger Grimshaw, this issue focuses on poverty and institutional care with contributions based on a roundtable held by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies in 2014, with Christopher Stacey, David Graham, Monica Dowling and Courtney Hougham offering their perspectives. Among...
Criminal Justice Matters
10 March 2015

Anti-poverty strategies for prisoners and looked after children

On November 17 we held an event entitled ‘Prisoners and looked after children – a common cause?’.

The roundtable was full to capacity, with many delegates representing organisations working directly with people in need. The Centre for Crime and Justice Studies' Research Director, Roger Grimshaw, presented the case for a new social policy on poverty that introduces a principle of reparation...

18 November 2014

Poverty and institutional care

As part of the Centre’s evidence and policy review on poverty and ‘institutional care’ on behalf of the Joseph Rowntree Foundation we held an anti-...

25 September 2013