The View Magazine is a campaigning platform and social enterprise by and for women in the criminal justice system. The platform gives a voice to women who may be silenced by imprisonment and the ensuing social death. For more information and to purchase a copy of the magazine please see: http://www.russellwebster.com/the-view-magazine/
HM Prison and Probation Service are currently advertising the post for the Head of Psychotherapy at HMP Send. Closing date: 10th August 2020 (23:55)
For further information about the post and how to apply, please see the following website: https://justicejobs.tal.net/vx/lang-en-GB/mobile-0/appcentre-1/brand-15/xf-57c9de393c16/candidate/so/pm/1/pl/3/opp/35619-35619-DTC-Head-of-Psychotherapy-HMP-Send/en-GB
The London Legal Support Trust (LLST) works to support law centres and legal advice agencies in London and the South East by providing them with grant funding alongside other forms of support.
The LLST organises the annual London Legal Walk which helps to raise funds for charities that provide legal advice and representation. For further information on participating in the Walk and/or making donations please see the following website:
Two years after the Windrush Scandal, the independent report commissioned into the appalling failings that took place has finally been published. But with so much going on, we can’t let the lessons go unnoticed.
You can support the campaign for justice through the following website: https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/windrush-never-again
You can also access a podcast on Windrush (entitled: GENERATION WINDRUSH Part 2) reflecting on the last 2 years post-scandal by:
- Journalist, Amelia Gentleman,
- Immigrant lawyer, Jacqui McKenzie and;
- Social commentator and Windrush Campaigner, Patrick Vernon OBE .
6th February – 4th April 2020
Reflecting on the impact of the criminal justice system on women, the exhibition features new work by Price, archival material and other artists and writers invited by Price including: Erika Flowers, Hannah Hull, Nina Ward, Katrina McPherson, Carly Guest and Rachel Seoighe.
The project draws on networks, collaborations and relationships developed through Reclaim Holloway, which has been actively campaigning for a Women’s Building on the former prison site since 2016.
The Opening Event and dates subject to change. Please keep checking the following website:
Catch this ‘Man Alive’ documentary on women in prison on YouTube.
The fifth edition of the Mental Wealth Festival returns this October 2019 to coincide with World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2019. This year there will be a focus on ‘tribe’ wealth, relationships, family, friendship and the importance of community and support networks.
The Mental Wealth Festival is produced by City Lit in partnership with Beyond Words, The National Gallery, The British Museum and Mad World.
For more information please see the following website:
SAVE THE DATE for the IAFP Christmas Seminar organised by Dr Gwen Adshead which will be held in Oxford on Friday 13th December 2019. The theme is “Safety in Numbers: Group Therapy with Parents”.
For further information and to book your place please see the following website: