Rosie Reynolds, a volunteer for Prisoners' Education Trust, shares her thoughts on fair access to higher education.
Catch22's Max Rumley shares his experiences of working in Offender Resettlement and his advice for others.
What is it like working in Probation? Careers in Justice spoke to one Probation Officer to find out more.
A Prison Careers Advisor shares her experiences of working with offenders in prisons and shares her advice for others.
Should technology be used in our prisons and how can it support Offender Rehabilitation? Jonathan Burton explains.
Find out more about the fantastic work the Shannon Trust does and why learning to read is so vital in rehabilitation.
Omar Phoenix Khan, founder of Justice Focus, shares his suggestions for changes for women in the justice system.
Jenny Fogarty discusses her ‘Learning Together' course to demonstrate the transformative impact education can have.
Jane Gould Smith, founder of Clean Sheet, explains how employment supports ex-offenders and why this support is needed.
The Tartan Con, an ex-offender who was sentenced to 7 and a half years, explains why prison education is so important.
Jacob Hill, founder of Offploy, shares his views on offender education and employment and their role in rehabilitation.
For Simon, during his 16 years in prison, education became a vital distraction. Through it he found a path to freedom.
Gerald Keogh, founder of Unlock Employment, explains why the barrier to employment should be removed for ex-offenders.