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The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance is thrilled to introduce Sarah Hartley as the newly appointed Co-Chair of the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance, commencing January 2023. Sarah has worked [...]
HM Chief Inspector of Prisons for England and Wales has published the Annual Report for 2015-16. The report shows that prisons have not improved and in some key areas have become even worse. On a national level, while various aspects of the problem are being addressed through criminalising possession of NPS and the better use of testing and detention technologies, there is as yet no overall national strategy for dealing with the problem.
Tap Social Movement is a start-up craft brewery established to provide training and employment opportunities to people who have had contact with the Criminal Justice System. In addition to offering work experience, training and long term employment opportunities in their own brewery, they are working with other breweries to identify openings and make successful matches UK-wide in this growing industry.
The Creative Wales Awards will provide grants of up to £20,000 to support an intensive period of open-ended learning and research around significant artistic propositions in Wales. The Awards are available to individual arts practitioners for creative development projects, including taking time away from usual commitments to concentrate on a specific project.
“Art is the journey of a free soul”
Alev Oguz, Turkish Artist
The aim of the Art Reach project is to give men on death row in the United States the opportunity to express themselves with their own art, something all human beings should be free to do.