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Re-Unite project shortlisted for the Centre for Social Justice Award

By Rebecca Dillon / July 8, 2011

Commonweal’s Re-Unite project was short-listed for an award by the Centre for Social Justice. The ceremony for this prestigious award was held on 6th of July when the project was given a £1,000 prize.

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Commonweal set up new project: Re-Unite Birmingham

By Rebecca Dillon / June 21, 2011

Commonweal and Housing for Women have signed an agreement to set up a replication of our successful Re-Unite project.

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Re-Unite cited in the final report from The Women's Justice Taskforce

By Rebecca Dillon / June 6, 2011

The Women’s Justice Taskforce is a time limited, high level, independent group. The group, which was established by the Prison Reform Trust and is supported by The Bromley Trust, have published the report ‘Transforming Women’s Justice’.

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Commonweal's Chair, Fiona Mactaggart MP, wins Society Champion award

By Rebecca Dillon / June 1, 2011

Fiona Mactaggart, who has promoted the needs and rights of women exploited in prostitution and trafficking, has won the Society Champion Award from Dods Parliamentary Communications.

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Commonweal features in Welsh Housing Quarterly magazine

By Rebecca Dillon / March 31, 2011

Commonweal’s Chief Executive Ashley Horsey has written an article for Welsh Housing Quarterly.

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Commonweal responds to MoJ Green Paper

By Rebecca Dillon / March 10, 2011

Commonweal Housing have written to the MoJ in response to their green paper entitled , “Breaking the Cycle: Effective Punishment, Rehabilitation and Sentencing of Offenders” To read Commonweal Housing’s response, please click here  

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