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Birmingham fund to tackle gangs and violence

Birmingham fund to tackle gangs and violence



The West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is to spend £250,000 ensuring Birmingham children don’t get involved in gangs and violence. David Jamieson is inviting all community and voluntary sector organisations in the city to bid for a share of the money which must be spent keeping young people away from crime. The cash is […]

New book from the Monument Fellowship published

New book from the Monument Fellowship published



We are pleased to announce the Monument Fellowship, of which the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) is a part, has released its latest book today. Curing violence: How we can become a less violent society, published by The Centre for Justice Innovation, is a collection of essays that seek to not only describe the problem […]

Reflections on art and violence

Reflections on art and violence



The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) is part of the Monument Fellowship. Every year the Fellowship produces a themed body of work that relates to criminal justice. This year the Fellowship is asking: How do we create a less violent society? In June 2018, on behalf of the NCJAA, Odd Arts’ Jo Lane attended […]