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In light of increasing cross-governmental support from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the Ministry of Justice, and the recent inclusion of engagement in creative activities in Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons’ new Expectations for adult male prisons, this event will explore current topics relevant to the arts in criminal justice.
John Glen MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Arts, Heritage and Tourism,
Darren Henley, Chief Executive of Arts Council England,
Sir Peter Bazalgette, Chairman of ITV and former Chair of Arts Council England.
Topics under discussion will include:
how the arts can respond to the recommendations set out in the Lammy Review,
the contribution of arts in criminal justice to the creative economy,
the challenge for digital innovation in criminal justice settings,
how those working in the arts can continue to build on recent support,
how we can produce more high quality, meaningful creative interventions for people in contact with the criminal justice system.
Participants have the opportunity to:
share innovative examples of good practice in sessions on digital provision, employment within the creative industries, and diversity,
influence the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance's priorities on our journey to become an Arts Council England, National Portfolio Sector Support Organisation,
watch performances including The Listening Room and Clean Break’s Hear.
We are offering 20 free places to volunteers working within arts and criminal justice, and those with a lived experience of the criminal justice system. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org outlining why attending this conference will be of benefit to you.
To find out more about the NCJAA, visit their website here.