Re-Unite featured in the independent research commissioned by g320, the representative body for smaller housing associations in London.
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.
The Re-Unite round table seminar was held on 21st September. The event was attended by a wide range of organisations including NACRO, Women’s Centres, the Ministry of Justice and the National Offender Management Service.
Our latest publication on the Re-Unite project is now available for you to download.
The Re-Unite Project houses mothers who would be homeless on their release from prison, enabling these mothers to be reunited with their children.
The three-year evaluation of the Re-Unite Project undertaken by the Institute of Criminology, Cambridge University is now available for you to read.
Baroness Jean Corston launches the Re-Unite project