Exciting partnership working between organisations who are part of the Re-Unite network is now making it possible for us to support mothers in prison into a home in the community, regardless of geography
In a Commons debate on women offenders on 19th March, Commonweal Chair, Fiona McTaggart MP requested assurances from Helen Grant MP, Joint Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Justice that women’s centres will be sufficiently funded
Over the last 12 months, our Re-Unite partner Together Women Project (TWP) has been delivering Gender Specific Mentoring training to organisations and individuals interested in developing mentoring schemes for women.
Commonweal and Housing for Women jointly responded to the Justice Select Committee’s inquiry on women offenders. This aimed to review progress and examine current strategy and practice with respect to women offenders and those at risk of offending.