Lunchtime Lectures: Peer Mentoring in Criminal Justice – Can voices of lived experience help improve criminal justice and social services?

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Last event: Tuesday 18 August 2020 at 12pm
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In this public lecture, Dr Gillian Buck will introduce her newly published book Peer Mentoring in Criminal Justice and consider how people with lived experience of public services could make unique contributions across a range of fields, including criminal justice, human exploitation,homelessness, addiction and family support.

This book extends understanding of a crucial participatory approach. A must-read for professionals and those on the receiving end of criminal justice —Peter Beresford, Shaping Our Lives, the national service user-led organization

Buck retrieves traditions of self-help movements to present awayforward for sustainable recovery from criminalisation—Mary Corcoran, Keele University

Lunchtime Lectures is a collaboration between Storyhouse and the University of Chester, providing an open platform for debate on a range of topics and fascinating subjects.

They take place on the third Tuesday of each month.

This lecture will be taking place on Zoom – click here for the link.

Meeting ID: 849 4749 9719
Password: 94Vhmb

Duration

Approx 60 mins

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