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Humane Justice

Nov 27, 2019

Tehmina Kazi develops restorative justice with communities and individuals affected by hate crime in London. She works for the charity Why Me, who campaign for greater access for victims of crime to restorative justice throughout England and Wales?

Tehmina’s essay is voiced by an actor.

Nov 22, 2019

Enver Solomon is Chief Executive of the charity Just For Kids Law. They work to ensure the legal rights of young people and children are respected.

Enver talks about the true scale of criminality amongst children, and what we as a society should be doing about it.

Nov 6, 2019

Mark Alexander is a former student of Rugby School and King’s College London who was imprisoned in 2010 at the age of 22. He has since completed both his undergraduate and postgraduate law degrees in prison, as well as achieving Grade 8 piano.

Mark’s essay is being read by an actor.

His essay is entitled: The case...

Nov 6, 2019

Steve Shill has been in prison since 2006. Age 49, he’s worked in call centres, he’s managed pubs, and he’s worked for the Ministry of Defence.

Steve’s essay is being read by an actor.

It’s entitled: Encourage or punish? It sets out some thoughts from behind bars on what constitutes a suitable consequence...

Nov 6, 2019

Louise Ridley began her working career as a teacher in prisons. She’s now a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at Northumbria University.

Louise’s essay is Prison: The UK’s largest provider of residential elderly care. It looks at the increasingly urgent question of what we should do with older people who...