Achieving Positive Resettlement Insights Report Released
Our new Justice Insights report “Achieving Positive Resettlement from Education to Employment” which considers the elements leading to positive resettlement from custody into the community.
The report has been co-created with learners in custody, former prisoners, experts across the justice sector and local community organisations from right across the UK. Prison education is far more than a route to employment – it helps prison learners build a positive identity and supports a reduction in reoffending – which costs some £18bn to the economy each year. Our report sets out some of the changes that can make a difference – from phased inductions, through to different learning styles for learners with specific educational needs.
Chapters in the report cover:
- Entering the prison education system and the challenges faced
- Essential elements of good education in prison
- How the right pathway prepares a pathway to work
- Preparing for a successful transfer to resettlement
- Summary and recommendations
Read the report here
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