New Routes - Fraser of Allander Institute Research Reception
The pressures on prison leavers, families and communities have rarely been greater, with the cost-of-living crisis and Covid-19 disrupting the road to desistance. Over the
The pressures on prison leavers, families and communities have rarely been greater, with the cost-of-living crisis and Covid-19 disrupting the road to desistance. Over the past years, the consistent and successful delivery of the New Routes Throughcare PSP has become vital in navigating these challenges.
As such, earlier this year Nee Routes partnered with the Fraser of Allander Institute to carry out a three-year study into New Routes throughcare in Scotland. With the first stage of this research now complete, New Routes would be delighted if you could join us to discover its conclusions.
The event will comprise of a presentation of the findings by the Fraser of Allander Institute, a keynote speaker and a panel Q&A discussion with mentors from across the national partnership giving an indication of the challenges and opportunities for prison leavers in Scotland.
At a time when partnership and collaboration is essential, New Routes also hope this will provide an important opportunity to meet colleagues from across the justice landscape. Refreshments will also be provided, with the guest speaker and a list of participants to be circulated shortly.
As a precursor to the event, New Routes are also delighted to attach this years New Routes Annual Report 2021-22 in which you can find more detail of the impact the team has delivered across Scotland.
(Tuesday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Royal Society of Edinburgh
22-26 George Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2PQ