Breaking out: <SPAN>Centre for crime and justice studies</SPAN>
The Center for Crime and Justice studies reflect on how service user voice started to be heard following Mark Johnson’s appointment to London probation.
Exploring <SPAN>Substance Use in Prisons</SPAN>
HMPPS published new research on substance use, citing our report SPICE: The Bird Killer.
BBC Look North: <SPAN>talk to user voice </SPAN>
BBC Look North interview User Voice council members in West Yorkshire about rebuilding their lives after prison. Look North explore the importance of lived experience and how User Voice use their experience to make a difference.
NIHR-funded MOAM trial uses <SPAN> lived experience and peer researchers from user voice </SPAN>
“Working in collaboration with User Voice to involve peer researchers with lived experience has enabled the team to successfully recruit and follow up over 300 participants..”
Wayout TV <span> wins on the wing </span>
Garry & Ella tell the residents of HMP Bronzefield what changes have been made as a result of their ideas. Wayout TV share them across the prison.
Nesta <span>Democracy Pioneers </span>
We’re proud to have won Democracy Pioneers – an award for innovations that are experimenting with ways to re-energise civic participation and everyday democracy in the UK.
Transforming Lives:<span>Reducing Women’s Imprisonment </span>
Over a 2 year period, we brought 150 women together to hear from them what women need to reduce re offending
Why Have We <span>Banned Research In Prisons? </span>
With researchers from UCL, we discuss why they need to join us back in prisons.
Think renationalising probation will cut reoffending? <span> Think again </span>
Mark Johnson writes for the Guardian about the decision to reverse the renationalising of the probation service.
Purposely <span> Podcast </span>
Mark Johnson talks to Purposely Podcast about the highs and lows of being mission driven