DescriptionOrganised by Northumbria University, in partnership with the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) and Clinks, which represents members of the voluntary sector working with people within the criminal justice system, the forum provided opportunities for those with an interest in social, racial and criminal justice and delivering creative arts projects to disadvantaged young people to meet others working in the field, and to share examples of good practice. Northumbria Police and Crime Commissioner, Kim McGuiness provided the keynote address.
Northumbria University’s Assistant Professor in Creative Writing Dr Laura Fish and Assistant Professor in Dance and Performance Liz Pavey shared the findings of their project The Stolen Generations.
The forum also included a presentation by North East-based Helix Arts.
|Period||14 Sept 2023|
|Event title||Cross-Cultural Arts Practice: Working with Young People within Criminal Justice Systems|
|Location||Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom|
Documents & Links
The Stolen Generations: Offering creative writing, visual art and dance to young people in secure centres
Research output: Other contribution