The Lammy Review and beyond: What can we do to address race equality in criminal justice?
13 March 2024, 4:30 pm–6:00 pm
Join this event to hear Meka Beresford and Georgina Eaton discuss the importance of addressing race equality in the criminal justice system and how to do so.
This event is free.
UCL Centre for Education and Criminal Justice
The Lammy Review (2017) is an independent review into the treatment of, and outcomes for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic individuals in the criminal justice system.
Referring to this report and based on their work experience, Meka and Georgina will discuss the importance of addressing race equality in the criminal justice system, and provide suggestions on how that can be achieved.
This online event will be particularly useful for those interested in education and criminology.
'Blue-Sky Thinking' Seminar Series on Education and Criminal Justice
The series aims to re-establish the Centre for Education and Criminal Justice as the knowledge exchange hub for practitioners, policymakers and researchers to collaborate on collecting, improving, and disseminating the best and most promising evidence and practice in the field and internationally. It gives researchers and practitioners a space to discuss the 'blue-sky thinking' in education and criminal justice that is much needed in the current system.
About the Speakers
Head of Policy of Action for Race EqualityMore about Meka Beresford
Statistician and Principal Social Researcher at Ministry of Justice