Anti-racism in action | The Anti-Racism Action Plan for Wales and the Plymouth Anti-Racism Programme
The voluntary sector working in criminal justice has extensive knowledge and experience that is a vital tool for effectively advocating and bringing about tangible changes in the criminal justice system.
This case study compliments an online recording of an expert seminar delivered by Hannah Jenkins-Jones; Criminal Justice Race Equality Implementation Manager for Wales, Josh Stunnell; CEO of bthechange CIC, and Amanda Sheriff; Clinks’ Plymouth Criminal Justice Transformation Strategic Lead. The seminar covers their experiences of developing anti-racism strategies to transform services and bring about equality for racially minoritised people in the criminal justice system.
This work is part of Clinks’ Stronger voice project, a three-year project which aims to help the voluntary sector working in criminal justice develop a unified and influential voice, at both a national and regional level. The project is funded by Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales, as part of their wider Criminal Justice Grant Programme. For more information about the programme please click here.
For more information on the Stronger voice project and more expert seminars, click here.