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Isabel joined Clinks in April 2012, having worked in various roles supporting voluntary organisations for nine years. Most recently at South West Forum she led a project helping voluntary organisations to influence decision makers, and supporting marginalised groups to get their voices heard. Before that she worked at Women’s Resource Centre as Policy Officer advocating on behalf of women’s voluntary and community organisations, and then as Head of National Equality Partnership leading a programme supporting the voluntary sector on equality and human rights. Isabel has also worked as a researcher at 1990 Trust on various projects including police stop and search, and for a Disability Rights Commissioner. She lives in Liskeard, Cornwall, and in her spare time volunteers as a breastfeeding peer supporter. At Clinks Isabel is responsible for: - Providing direct support to voluntary organisations in the South West to help them collaborate and thrive - Finding and sharing good practice on partnership working in the criminal justice sector - Researching the role and impact of voluntary sector services in the Criminal Justice System to inform Clinks’ national policy work.
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