20 years of supporting voluntary organisations in criminal justice settings
2018 marks the 20th year that Clinks has supported voluntary organisations working with people in the criminal justice system.
For its 20th birthday and AGM, Clinks held a celebratory event featuring performances from InHouse Records followed by messages from staff (old and new), members, supporters and new chair Roma Hooper. The event also marked the launch of its new website, strategy and annual review.
“Clinks has managed the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance since 2010. It has grown to have over 900 members which use arts to empower people in the criminal justice system to turn their lives around.”
Clinks 2017 – 2018 annual review
“Clinks thinks the Ministry of Justice, commissioners, and all service providers should ensure access to arts activities for people involved in the criminal justice system. To this end the Ministry of Justice and Arts Council England should develop a joint strategy to support the arts within criminal justice settings.”
Clinks’ strategy for 2019 – 2022
Image: InHouse Records performing at Clinks’ 20th birthday event in London