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New book: Life Beyond Crime

New book: Life Beyond Crime

The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance and Clinks are among 60 contributors to ‘Life Beyond Crime’, a new book put together by The Monument Fellowship, convened by The Monument Trust. The book, published by Lemos&Crane, draws together through prose, poems and pictures the assembled first-hand experience and wisdom of scores of contributors responding to the […]

Key Change

Key Change

Open Clasp are launching Key Change by Catrina McHugh MBE (Carol Tambor, Best of Edinburgh Award, 2015, New York Times Critics Pick, 2016) on the 25th November, to mark the UN campaign International Day to End Violence Against Women & Girls and running for the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign until the […]

Statement on the Lammy Review

Statement on the Lammy Review

This statement is from the Arts Alliance parent, Clinks. David Lammy’s review shines a light on key points in the system which produce unequal outcomes for black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people and makes clear recommendations for addressing these. NCJAA and Clinks is committed to making sure that the voluntary sector plays a vital […]

Creative Health: the arts for health and wellbeing

Creative Health: the arts for health and wellbeing

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing (APPGAHW) was formed in 2014 and aims to improve awareness of the benefits that the arts can bring to health and wellbeing. During 2015-17, the APPGAHW conducted an Inquiry into practice and research in the arts in health and social care, with a view to […]

Clinks’ State of the Sector report

Clinks’ State of the Sector report

Every year Clinks surveys voluntary sector organisations to collect information about how healthy the sector is, the role it is playing, and the wellbeing of service users. This year’s report explores how voluntary organisations working in criminal justice are faring. It found that during political change, voluntary organisations remain resilient and innovative but the safety […]

National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance has received funding offer to become part of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio

National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance has received funding offer to become part of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio

We are very pleased to announce that the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance has been received a funding offer to become one of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio Sector Support Organisations from 2018-2022. The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance’s vision is to promote access to arts and creative opportunities as a springboard to positive change […]

NCJAA welcomes new Vice-Chair

NCJAA welcomes new Vice-Chair

The National Criminal Justice Alliance is very pleased to announce the appointment of its new Vice-Chair. Andy Watson, Artistic Director of Geese Theatre Company will take over from Katy Haigh, Director of Good Vibrations. We would very much like to thank Katy for her hard work as our Vice-Chair – we are incredibly grateful for […]