Black and Muslim Offenders Are More Likely To Be Badly Treated In Prison

A ground breaking report has been produced by Runnymede Trust and University of Greenwich, which finds that Black and Muslim offenders are more likely to be badly treated in prison, leading to poorer outcomes and mental health concerns. An integral part of the research was a 4-week intensive motivational workshop to BAME prisoners with the […]

Immigration work boosted by £10k grant – but campaign for a Suffolk Law Centre goes on

Immigration work boosted by £10k grant – but campaign for a Suffolk Law Centre goes on  The Access to Justice Foundation (ATJF), which supports legal initiatives that are provided free of charge, has awarded £10,000 to the Suffolk Law Advice Centre, which is run by the Ipswich & Suffolk Council for Racial Equality (ISCRE). The […]