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What’s next for arts and criminal justice?

Kate Davey 0 973

Early Bird tickets at £30 for individuals & £45 for organisations are available for Arts Alliance and Clinks members until 3rd November.

4th December 2017, London

Join the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) to discuss the future priorities for arts and criminal justice.

In light of increasing cross-governmental support from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the Ministry of Justice, and the recent inclusion of engagement in creative activities in Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons’ new Expectations for adult male prisons, this event will explore current topics relevant to the arts and criminal justice sector.

Incorporating innovative examples of good practice, there will be sessions on:

  • Digital provision,
  • Employment within the creative industries &
  • Diversity

There will also be discussion on how we can continue to build on recent support. The event will consider what our next steps might be, and how we as a sector can produce more high quality, meaningful creative interventions for people who have come into contact with the criminal justice system.

Conversations will feed into the NCJAA’s priorities for a new national arts and criminal justice agenda as we begin our journey to become an Arts Council England National Portfolio Sector Support Organisation from 2018 onwards.

Book your tickets here