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National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance

Our aim is to ensure the arts are used within the criminal justice system as a springboard for positive change. Over 900 Alliance members deliver creative interventions to support people in prison, on probation and in the community, with impressive results. We support this transformative work by providing a network and a voice for all the talented and creative people who are committed to making great art with offenders.

Minitry of Justice
Arts Council England - Lottery Funded
The Monument Trust

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KhulisaRepairing with gold: the case for a strengths-based approach to preventing and reducing (re)offending and radicalisation
“We use creative facilitation – such as art, drama, and storytelling – and other experiential techniques such as restorative circles and reflective practice. These encourage participants to explore their thought processes and introduce alternative coping strategies and ways of thinking.” – Iman Haji, Khulisa 

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