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NCJAA – The work of the arts and culture in prisons and probation research think-tank

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Τετάρτη 18 Μάρτιος 2020
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The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance will be holding a research think-tank in London on 18 March 2020, which will consider the work of the arts and culture in prison and the probation service. The event is a collaborative effort between the NCJAA and the University of Cambridge and the University of the Arts London (Central St Martins). It is hoped that the event will encourage a new perspective and lead to the creation of a community of knowledge.
 

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Time: 10:00-18:30

Date: Wednesday 18 March 2020

Location: London

Ticket price: £15 - £75


Speakers and respondents include:

Professor Rosie Meek author of Ministry of Justice review of sport in prisons

Dr Rose PerkinsRoyal College of Music / Imperial College London, HEartS project team

Dr Claire Westalleditor of Prison Writing and the Literary World 

Andrew MowlahDirector of Research, Arts Council England

 

Two free tickets will be offered to individuals with personal first-hand experience of the criminal justice system and/or of minority ethnic communities. Please email events@clinks.org to apply.


Ticket prices vary, with students and unwaged individuals being offered tickets at £15, Clinks members at £50 and non-members at £75.

 

 

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Προθεσμία εγγραφής: 
11/03/2020
Διαδικτυακή εκδήλωση: 
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Φορέας διοργάνωσης: 
The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance
Τύπος διοργανωτή: 
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Στοιχεία επικοινωνίας: 
events@clinks.org
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To consider the impact of the arts and culture in the prison system and probation service
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