As Commonweal brings its formal engagement with Re-Unite to a close, our CEO Ashley Horsey reflects on the impact the Re-Unite project has had on Commonweal
The Ten Year Review collates the key findings and conclusions Commonweal and their partners have learnt over ten year as the project evolved
The winners of the REDEMPTION & JUSTICE AWARDS 2013 have been announced at a ceremony in Leicester.No Offence! hosted the awards, where Re-Unite won the Partnership Award. A huge thank you to No Offence! and well done to all the partners of Re-Unite who have worked so hard.
Continued success of Commonweal’s flagship Re-Unite project now sees it running in five regions across England, supporting more and more women to reunite with their children when released from prison.
Re-Unite featured in the independent research commissioned by g320, the representative body for smaller housing associations in London.
Our Re-Unite projects have been featured in Inside Housing – please click on the link below to read the full article http://www.insidehousing.co.uk/home/blogs/just-one-catch/6524266.article
After attending a speech on 22nd October 2012 made by the Prime Minister David Cameron about the criminal justice system, Ashley Horsey wrote an open letter informing Mr Cameron about our Re-Unite project.
Commonweal and Housing for Women have jointly submitted evidence to the Justice Select Committee.
Diana* had a bad start to the year. She suffered from depression and was finding it very difficult to adjust to having her two sons back in her full time care following time in prison.
Re-Unite, Commonweal’s flagship project, continues to go from strength to strength. Here we find out how it is being delivered in other parts of the UK.