BAME women in the justice system: Double Disadvantage

BAME women in the justice system: Double Disadvantage

BAME women in the justice system: Double Disadvantage

The experiences of BAME women

The Lammy Review, chaired by David Lammy MP, is an independent review of the treatment of, and outcomes for, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) individuals in the criminal justice system. Due to be fully published in the Summer 2017, emerging findings have begun to show severe disproportionality in the criminal justice system.

Agenda and Women in Prison were asked to ensure the voices of women were being heard within The Lammy Review. They ran focus groups in prison and the community to hear the personal experiences of women from their experience of the courts, in prison and on release.

Last month (April 2017), they published the resultant report:

Double disadvantage: The experiences of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic women in the criminal justice System ……..

 

 

 

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