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Introducing EQUAL's new Head of Policy

Jan 07, 2020

My name is Shadae Cazeau and I would like to introduce myself as the new Head of Policy for EQUAL.

Learning from the Young Review recommendations - the reports

Jul 01, 2015 - Comments: 0

The launch of the new Transforming Rehabilitation contracts in April 2015 saw some of the biggest changes to services for offenders in a generation, with consortiums of private and  voluntary sector providers giving packages of support from  prison into the community and delivering these services to offenders with sentences of less than a year.

Will these new structures and interventions improve outcomes for black, Asian and minority  ethnic (BAME) offenders who experience some of the poorest outcomes across the offender population?

A positive state of mind: real life stories of desistance

Sep 03, 2014 - Comments: 0

A conference on desistance and the secure estate would not be everybody’s first choice for a Friday night out. It’s a testament to the high regard in which the conference organiser Bilal Dunn is held in that nearly 100 people made the trek to the Hendon campus of Middlesex University, in the outer reaches of north London, to attend a captivating and emotional event on Friday 1st August.

Consultation with young people serving custodial sentences

Jul 23, 2014 - Comments: 0

Last July I spent a day at HMP Warren Hill Young Offenders Institute participating in two focus groups with seven black and minority ethnic young inmates. The young men were all aged 18 or younger.

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