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Positive action to recruit people with criminal records

Positive action to recruit people with criminal records



Download the briefing here (PDF) The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance, alongside Arts Council England, the Ministry of Justice and the charity Unlock, is asking arts, media and cultural organisations to review their recruitment approaches and take positive action to develop opportunities for people with experience of the criminal justice system. Our message to employers […]

Arts Council England publish evidence review

Arts Council England publish evidence review



Arts Council England (ACE) today published Arts and culture in health and wellbeing and in the criminal justice system: A summary of evidence – the final piece of research conducted as part of its evidence review for the next ten-year strategy 2020-30. Co-authored by Richard Ings and John McMahon, the summary of evidence cites nearly 200 academic […]

Have your say on Arts Council England’s 10-year strategy

Have your say on Arts Council England’s 10-year strategy



Click here to read the NCJAA’s response to the consultation The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) is asking its members to have their say on Arts Council England’s (ACE) upcoming strategy for 2020-2030, and shape where creative work in criminal justice settings fits in to its 10-year vision. We welcome ACE’s increased support for our sector, and believe this […]

What does success look like for arts in criminal justice settings?

What does success look like for arts in criminal justice settings?



Written following a series of roundtable discussions commissioned by Arts Council England in 2017, and attended by leading voices in arts and criminal justice, What does success look like for arts in criminal justice? highlights the main themes that came out of these roundtables and outlines learning points and opportunities for development. It concludes with key […]