Researchers at the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University have evaluated the Re-Unite network of projects and concluded that, “there is much evidence that Re-Unite is successful”
Women’s Hour went to Anawim Women’s Centre for a special programme examining alternatives to prison for low-risk female offenders.
The Government’s Transforming Rehabilitation Strategy brings significant change. We must advocate for mothers in the criminal justice system – and the dedicated women’s services that support them
The MOJ’s Justice Data Lab could prove to be a useful tool for charities but statistics don’t tell the full story
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
A new publication from Together – a leading UK charity working alongside people to improve mental health and wellbeing – is so relevant to Re-Unite’s work.