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EQUAL launches: #TimeToAct - a brand new series for the criminal justice sector

Apr 26, 2021

Following on from EQUAL’s highly successful #TimeToTalk series, we are delighted to announce news of a brand-new event series for the Criminal Justice Sector entitled, #TimeToAct. This is a sector-facing, three-part series held in partnership with Criminal Justice Alliance, Clinks and Barrow Cadbury Trust, and has been inspired by David Lammy MP’s call t

Free support for BAME-led and specialist organisations working with the CJS

Jan 20, 2021

Are you a black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) led/specialist organisations working with, or interested in working with, people, and their families, in contact with the criminal justice system? 

How will the enhancement of police powers in light of Covid-19 impact on the black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) community?

Mar 27, 2020

EQUAL recognises the need to use police powers to ensure compliance with social distancing policies to curb the spread of Covid-19, however, we are concerned about the impact this may have on disproportionality in policing. 

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