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 most negative outcomes, led by ISCRE’s Community Diversity Officer, Keiran Manners. Click here for the full story.