Fellow Tamara Pattinson's research published and a seminar held on the findings in the House of Lords
On 7th June the society published the research findings of fellow Tamara Pattinson on the use of prison as a place of safety.
Jean O'Neill's findings were presented at a major event on Monday 6th at Queen's University Belfast.
Today we're delighted to publish fellow Jean O'Neill's work on women's transition from custody.
Following a very successful seminar on her research findings, the society has published the full report, executive summary and abstract for Kirsty Tate's research on sex workers and disclosure.
Yesterday marked the publication of the first of five fellowship research findings reports by the Society.
Tracey McMahon, one of our current fellows, has contributed to the government Work and Pensions Committee inquiry into Support for Ex-offenders. You can read her submission below......
On Wednesday 31st March Griffins Society Director, Chris Leeson attended the launch of the Restorative Justice Council's new research report, 'Making restorative justice work for women who offend'.
We are now inviting applications for the 2016-17 Griffins Research Fellowship Programme! For information on how to apply and an application form, visit How to Apply.
The Justice Select Committee has published the society's submission to their inquiry on the use of Restorative Justice.
The Society has today made a submission to the Select Committee's inquiry on the use of Restorative Justice, based on Fellow Rosie Miles' report on women offenders and RJ conferences.