Join us at our annual conference in London in May. The conference offers you a full day packed with workshops, presentations and panels, giving you the chance to hear from key policy and decision makers, and to network with voluntary sector organisations and government officials.
People in the criminal justice system and their families are facing increasing challenges in getting the support they need to lead fulfilling lives. Successive political and administrative changes to the structures in criminal justice, coupled with reducing resources, mean that many people are unable to get the help they need.
The voluntary sector’s role is more important than ever, but it too faces unprecedented challenges.
Clinks is ambitious about the future and potential of the sector. We want to build and support a movement of organisations who play an essential role in helping people to desist from crime and turn their lives around.
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Past thoughts on our annual conferences...
“The panel discussion was excellent - the best I have seen. There were some quality presenters and it was smoothly facilitated.”
“I came away knowing that we are not alone in the issues that we face as a small charity. I made lots of new contacts that I will follow up on with a view to working in partnership.”
“I took away some top tips, for organisational resilience, and resolving conflict. It was a really great day - I really appreciated attending the interactive workshops where we participated, shared and learnt.”
“I always walk away from your events with new contacts, and I gain knowledge, experience and shared learning across the sector - thank you.”