With prison and justice reform set to continue under the new Secretary of State, how can we ensure that it takes the differences of places into account?
Blogs and Articles
During a visit to the US, Charlotte Alldritt discusses recent events in Arkansas and the parallels with the system in England and Wales.
With a general election looming, Rachel O'Brien discusses the future of the Ministry of Justice and prison reform in England and Wales.
23rd February 2017
The new Prisons and Courts Bill signifies a historic shift in thinking about the purpose of prisons and how they are run
24th October 2016
Ahead of the government's white paper on prison reform, we call for a radical restructure of the prison system to protect the public and rehabilitate offenders.
10 key recommendations for a self-improving, more cost effective and innovative prisons system.
James Crabbe FRSA discusses how the further education sector can play a big role in addressing the UK skills gap and improving outcomes of those in prison.
A justice system that truly rehabilitates must reach beyond the prison walls to demand more of society
The decline of the Labour party poses problems for democracy - and the free flow of ideas into our political system. Anthony Painter explains why this should concern us all, not simply those on the left or centre-left.
Paul Tye, a member of the Advisory Group of our Future Prison project, considers the implications for prison reformers of the Queen's recent speech.