What we do – the role of voluntary organisations in criminal justice.
This year’s theme is 'What we do'. This conference will focus on the historic and future role of the voluntary sector in supporting people to change their lives, in reforming the system, making communities safer, improving conditions in prisons, probation services and our courts.
The conference offers a chance to hear from key policy and decision makers, and to network with voluntary sector organisations, government officials, and funders. The keynote address will be given by Bob Neill MP, chair of the Justice Select Committee, talking about how the voluntary sector can influence political and public debate - showcasing what we can do as a sector.
The conference will bring together the voluntary sector and other stakeholders to discuss the progressive work being carried out across England and Wales, but also the changes and challenges faced by the sector. We will celebrate what the sector is achieving and showcase some of its innovations - for the full programme, please click on the programme tab.
The conference is being held in central London close to our offices, 5 mins from Euston. The conference, including the AGM, will finish around 5.30pm.