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Highlights from NCJAA annual meeting 2020

Highlights from NCJAA annual meeting 2020



On 23rd June, the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) hosted 79 delegates at our annual meeting. We asked: “How can the arts in criminal justice challenge race inequality, survive and thrive through Covid-19 and beyond?” We were joined by Simon Marshall, Deputy Director – Rehabilitation and Support Services Group, Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation […]

Covid-19 response grants

Covid-19 response grants



Support for small-medium voluntary organisations working in criminal justice during the pandemic Voluntary organisations working in the criminal justice system with annual income under £500,000, including arts organisations, can apply now for grant funding to support their vital work during Covid-19. The pandemic has had a profound effect on voluntary organisations, the vast majority of […]

Watch Open Clasp’s award-winning prison drama online for free



As theatres around the world are forced to close their doors, experience Open Clasp Theatre Company‘s award-winning Key Change for free online. The prison drama goes live at 1pm on 20th March 2020 and you can watch it here – just click play on the link above. In these uncertain times, it’s more important than […]

Supporting arts in criminal justice through COVID-19

Supporting arts in criminal justice through COVID-19



Update: 26th March 2020 Clinks has set up a Covid-19 web page to collate essential updates and signpost to helpful information from the wider voluntary and arts and culture sectors. The page will be updated as often as possible. Click here to visit the Covid-19 web page  Clinks and the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance […]

Clinks and NCJAA operations during Covid-19 delay phase

Clinks and NCJAA operations during Covid-19 delay phase



Following the UK government announcement to move to the delay phase in its plan for tackling Covid-19 all Clinks and National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) staff are now temporarily working remotely. We will continue to support, promote and represent the voluntary sector and the NCJAA network while working in this way. We feel this […]

Tell us what you think and win £50

Tell us what you think and win £50



The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance 2019-2020 annual survey is now open. It is vital we hear from as many of you as possible. This is a chance for you to share the important work you do and to let us know how we can support it. Your responses will be used to shape our […]