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The education and social care background of young people who interact with the criminal justice system
The usual suspects: Joint enterprise prosecutions before and after the Supreme Court ruling
Prison education: a review of reading education in prisons
The Golden Thread: Putting family at the heart of the criminal justice system
Earning trust: Improving criminal justice outcomes for ethnic minorities
How inequality undermines institutions
Civil Society report on the state of race and racism in England to the UN (CERD 2021)
Independent review of drugs by Professor Dame Carol Black
Mental health in prisons
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