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On the three month anniversary of the day the UK went into lockdown, we will be asking: What does the arts in criminal justice sector need to survive and thrive through Covid-19 and beyond? We will be reflecting on the impact of the crisis, race inequality and ongoing challenges for the sector as lockdown begins to ease. We will also be celebrating the resilience and innovation that has characterised the sector’s response so far.
We are excited to be joined by representatives from Arts Council England and the Ministry of Justice/Her Majesty’s Prison and Probation Service, as well as Andrea Hadley-Johnson, Artistic Programme Manager, and Dr Martin Glynn, Writer in Residence at the National Justice Museum, who will speak about the museum’s Constraint Restraint exhibition, and their ‘Letters of Constraint’ project, developed in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
We will also be thanking the members of our Steering Group who step down this year, and welcoming six newly elected members to the Steering Group.
We hope you can join us.
Please note in order to support the sector following the immediate impact of Covid- 19, we have been offering all our online events for free,but running them does incur costs. Therefore we are planning to review the price of our events in the next month.
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Privacy and security
This event will be conducted through Zoom, an online meeting platform. As security and privacy is important to we’re adapting our procedures in line with the latest security guidance from Zoom. We have:
Implemented the latest security functions as standard, including requiring registration, passwords and waiting rooms.
Made sure all delegates login and book through the Clinks website, so everyone identifies themselves.
Ask delegates to follow housekeeping rules. Any unwanted behaviour will result in delegates being removed from meetings.