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NCJAA network hang out: Planning for an uncertain future

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NCJAA network hang out: Planning for an uncertain future

Wednesday 22 April 2020
10:00 – 11:30
Free to attend, email events@clinks.org to register

We’re five weeks into a national lockdown and prisons are closed to all visitors. We don’t when or how it will end, or what the new normal will look like for arts in criminal justice when we do emerge. All we do know is that the future is uncertain. So how can we plan for that future when so much is unknown?

The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) invites you to join us for a virtual hang out. This is an opportunity for our network to come together to meet, discuss, share and learn from each other during these challenging times. This week we will discuss how you are meeting the challenges that Covid-19 has posed to your arts in criminal justice practice, projects and long-term plans. Have you had to make some tough decisions? Are you about to?

The NCJAA will chair the conversation, but please note that this will be a network-led discussion. We particularly welcome arts in criminal justice freelancers, practitioners and anyone else seeking to connect with others in the sector to give and gain support.

Spaces are limited, so email events@clinks.org if you would like to register for this event. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing all information required to join the meeting, including a password. If you have any issues registering or questions about the meetings, please email events@clinks.org

Future events

Our next hang out will be on Wednesday 6 May (theme tbc). Keep checking our website for further information on future events or sign up to the NCJAA newsletter here

Covid-19 survey

Please complete our short survey so we can help policy makers understand the impact of Covid-19 on arts in criminal justice. We need to hear from you if you’re a voluntary organisation or a practitioner who delivers arts in criminal justice settings. The survey closes Friday 17 April at 5pm. Find out more here

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