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Justice Matters: October update

This is the latest update on Justice Matters, the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies' three year initiative promoting radical alternatives to criminal justice.

The ‘I would build....’ challenge

Imran Khan said at our recent...

24 October 2014
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Abolishing the stigma of punishments served

Andrew Henley argues that those who have been punished should be free from future discrimination The Benthamite workhouse principle of ‘less eligibility’ dates back to the Poor Law Amendment Act 1834 and, since its application to the sphere of criminal justice, has long dictated that prisoners and...
cjm 97: Criminal justice marketisation
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Employment and the 'ethnic penalty'

In my last blog I wrote about how people from black and minority ethnic groups are let down by further and higher education. Here I describe how racial discimination in the labour market is...

By 
Matt Ford
2 October 2014
Comment

Poverty and the 'ethnic penalty'

Why is poverty important? Because regardless of political orientation, or how one thinks about poverty, it is usually perceived as a problem per se.

This is because the abundance...

By 
Matt Ford
18 September 2014
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Latest Justice Matters update...

Justice Matters
A three year strategic initiative

This is the latest update on Justice Matters, the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies' three year initiative promoting radical alternatives to criminal justice.

One year on...
Justice...

22 August 2014