Our Annual Review is our yearly publication that informs members and stakeholders of our activities over the last financial year.
If you want to get a snapshot of our organisation, the work we do and the difference we make, download our latest Annual review on this page.
Our 2016-2017 annual review explores the three areas of our work: strengthening your voice, putting a spotlight on priority groups, and pioneering new approaches.
Clinks supports over 2000 voluntary organisations working in the criminal justice system in England and Wales. These resilient organisations, and their passionate staff and volunteers, enable people in the justice system to transform their lives. Our 500+ members, which range from large organisations through to unstaffed community groups, work hard to rehabilitate and resettle people back into communities.
During 2016-17 Clinks has supported its members to rise to the challenges in our criminal justice system in the face of change and uncertainty. Voluntary organisations working in criminal justice are finding solutions, embracing change and bouncing back in the face of adversity.
Our annual review also includes short interviews with our staff and members where they give their views on what 'resilience' means to them.