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New book from the Monument Fellowship published

New book from the Monument Fellowship published

We are pleased to announce the Monument Fellowship, of which the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) is a part, has released its latest book today.

Curing violence: How we can become a less violent society, published by The Centre for Justice Innovation, is a collection of essays that seek to not only describe the problem of violence in our society but also to offer solutions. Contributors make the case that reducing violence is a responsibility for everyone in society: for those in power, in both government and in the formal criminal justice system; but also for all of us in our schools and hospitals, in the arts and in our civic society, on our streets, and in our homes.

The book includes answers from Vicky Foxcroft MP and journalist Gary Younge alongside NCJAA members, arts practitioners and many more.

Click here to download the book [from £1] or purchase a physical copy [£10]

The book was launched at the Koestler Trust exhibition at London’s Southbank Centre. Click here to see videos from the launch event

Image courtesy of Jess Collier