Roger Grimshaw, Research Director, asks if young adults should be able to access public care until they are 25 years-old.
looked after children
Dr Roger Grimshaw introduces our recent work on anti-poverty strategies for prisoners and children looked after by local authorities.
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 for the harms experienced by individuals.
Research Director, Dr Roger Grimshaw writes about the opportunities for anti-poverty strategies for prisoners and looked after children.