CRIMINAL JUSTICE - BUILDING RESPONSIBILITY
Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, speaks on 25th Anniversary of the Prison
I BID YOU, FIND FRIENDS AMONG
THE DEMONISED AND DEHUMANISED
sermon at his inauguration as Archbishop of York on 30 November 2005.
A CHRISTIAN APPROACH TO PUNISHMENT
Duce examines the darkness of imprisonment through the insights of religious
TRIBUTE TO UNA PADEL
Pearson, Chairman of Centre for Crime and Justice Studies Council , remembers
Una Padel, Director of CCJS, who died in August 2006.
THE STATE OF PRISONS IN ENGLAND AND WALES AS SEEN BY JOHN HOWARD IN 1777
Terry Nowell writes on John Howard's findings.
THE STATE OF PRISONS IN ENGLAND AND
Anne Owers, HM Chief Inspector
of Prisons, speaks at the Centre's Annual General Meeting in December 2005
A NEW PARADIGM OF JUSTICE
Northey writes of the Victim Offender Reconciliation Project of the Mennonite
Central Committee, Kitchener, Ontario.
From the USA
COLLATERAL CONSEQUENCES OF MASS IMPRISONMENT IN THE USA
Codd asks whether this is a cautionary tale or a vision of the future.