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Supporting women to engage with their families and reduce reoffending

Supporting women to engage with their families and reduce reoffending

Clinks is seeking written evidence on how supporting women in contact with the criminal justice system (CJS) to engage with their families can lower recidivism, aid rehabilitation and assist in addressing intergenerational crime. The follow on Farmer Review, led by Lord Farmer, has been commissioned by the Ministry of Justice, and Clinks is leading the review’s call for […]

Funding for Arts Awards

Funding for Arts Awards

The Arts Award Access Fund provides grants of between £100 – £1,500 to centres working on Arts Award projects with young people where access and inclusion is an issue – including youth justice settings. Next round closes 19th October 2018. Click here to apply Image courtesy of Trinity College London

Art competition for young people

Art competition for young people

Youth Justice Board is putting on a youth justice convention in Leicester on 27th and 28th November, and is holding an art work competition for children in the youth justice system (10 – 17 year olds) in the secure estate and in the community. Awards will be presented in the following categories, which can include a variety […]

Synergy is recruiting

Synergy is recruiting

Two exciting opportunities to work with Synergy Theatre Project producing a high quality arts programme within the criminal justice system and in leading theatres. Synergy is looking for highly motivated and experienced individuals to join its team as Development Manager and Learning and Engagement Manager (Young People). The Learning and Engagement Manager will manage Synergy’s Young People’s Programme involving touring productions […]

Arts Award webinar

Arts Award webinar

Would you like to get more guidance and top tips on delivering Arts Award with young people at risk of offending? Trinity College London’s free webinar, taking place on Tuesday 2nd October at 3.30pm, will equip you to deliver Arts Award with confidence and answer any questions that you have. This webinar will be particularly useful for individuals […]

Funding for London community projects

Funding for London community projects

Culture Seeds is a two-year rolling programme from the Mayor of London. Applicants can apply at any time (up until spring 2020) for funding between £1,000 – £5,000. The fund is part of the Mayor of London’s draft Strategy for Culture, Culture for all Londoners, and grants will be used to support community-led cultural projects in every London borough. Culture Seeds will […]

Consultant for reading programme in women’s prisons

Consultant for reading programme in women’s prisons

The Reading Agency are a looking for a freelance consultant [UK, £4,000 inclusive of VAT and expenses, 16 days] to run a series of focus groups with women in prison and interviews with library and education staff during the autumn of 2018. Their annual Reading Ahead programme is currently being run in all 12 prisons […]

Become a member of Clean Break

Become a member of Clean Break

Clean Break are recruiting members for the 2018/19 season of their free specialist theatre programme – starting in September. Members receive a foundation of learning and skills in theatre performance, creativity and wellbeing, and opportunities to engage in professional, public facing performance projects. Many previous Members are now studying and working in theatre and the arts […]

Fine Cell Work post-release programme

Fine Cell Work post-release programme

Fine Cell Work has a post-release Open the Gate Programme for people with convictions who want to learn more about the textiles industry. If you work with someone who would benefit from this, email Dawn at dawn@finecellwork.co.uk  for more information. Fine Cell Work is a charity which makes beautiful handmade products in British prisons. Teaching […]

Music in Detention vacancy

Music in Detention vacancy

Music in Detention (MID) are recruiting for a Communications and Public Engagement Manager [£34,000, part-time, London] to lead the development of MID’s communications work and activities to engage the public and help change attitudes to migrants. This is a temporary vacancy to provide maternity cover for approximately 12 months.  The key areas of work for the […]