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Working towards social inclusion: supporting offenders and marginalised groups into sustainable employment
November 7, 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
A free Academy for Social Justice seminar featuring 3 speakers, all focused on supporting widest offender cohorts and marginalised groups into sustainable employment:-
Lucy Williams from New Futures Network, a national network, created by the Ministry of Justice to enhance the opportunities for rehabilitation and reform, including increasing the number of prisoners/offenders in employment in custody, through-the-gate and upon release.
- Paul Burns from CPJ Group who have developed 40+ employment pathways into the civil engineering and infrastructure industries.
- Jacob Hill from Offploy, a social enterprise formed by ex-offenders to help those with convictions secure meaningful, sustainable and mentored employment.
Each of the speakers will discuss their offer to support socially excluded groups through pre-employment, apprenticeship and employment places, training and in-work support and discuss their vision to overcome challenges.
Please note you must be a member of the Academy to attend an event and if you are not yet a member you will be prompted to join when booking.
- November 7, 2019
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
- Academy for Social Justice
- Manchester Metropolitan University
Geoffrey Manton Building
Manchester, M15 6BH United Kingdom + Google Map