About this event

Over the last year, NPC has explored some of the criminal justice system’s major challenges and opportunities by speaking to charities, funders, policy makers, parliamentarians, prison governors, prison officers, and most importantly, people who have spent time in prison. To date, we have published two reports which share some of our early findings on these topics: How are charities influencing change in the prison system? and How are charities accessing people in prison to deliver vital services?.

This invite only event is the culmination of a year’s worth of work within our criminal justice programme. At the event, we will launch a report that examines the role that independent funders play in the criminal justice system. We will present our headline findings and our recommendations to funders, so that they can equip the sector with the resources and tools that it needs.  

Our host, Professor Philip Ogden, the Drapers’ Company Master, will welcome us to the event and Dan Corry, NPC’s Chief Executive, will then chair a panel discussion of sector leaders including:  

  • Anne Fox, CEO, Clinks  
  • Ian Bickers, Deputy Director – Education, Employment and Accommodation Group, HMPPS  
  • Duncan Shrubsole, Director of Policy, Communications and Research, Lloyds Bank Foundation for England & Wales 
  • Satvinder Singh, Revolving Doors Lived Experience Team  
  • Grace Wyld, Criminal Justice Lead, NPC  

If you are interested in attending please email us at events@thinkNPC.org by 31 May.

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