Prison & Justice Reform Fellows' Story Collection

Author: Ben Anstis
Prison & Justice Reform Fellows' Story Collection

Read more about some of our Fellows' achievements in this area.

Christine Hunter's 2014 Fellowship saw her travel to North America to research Restorative Practice with adult offenders in a Probation setting. Her recommendations have since been implemented by the Probation Board for Northern Ireland. Read More...

Lynn Saunders wanted to use her 2013 Fellowship to investigate how sexual offenders could be managed and successfully rehabilitated. She has since put into practice the lessons from her travels to the USA and Canada, setting up a charity which promotes the protection of people from sexual crime, as well as supporting the rehabilitation of offenders. Read more...

Bonita Holland travelled to Australia in 2012 to research inclusive Restorative Justice practices for students in conflict in schools and young offenders with special needs. She has since delivered training workshops across the UK on the good practice she witnessed. Read more...

Mark Walsh travelled to the USA in 2013 to study their youth criminal justice system. Since returning to the UK, Mark has set up a pilot Peer Court project, which has supported almost 200 young offenders. Read more...

John Devaney travelled to Norway in 2012 and Canada in 2013 to study approaches to working with perpetrators of domestic violence. Read more...

Read Fellowship reports and their collective review of learning in Prison & Justice Reform here