Nacro wins Gold at the 2023 Charity Film Awards for their film which is part of their Cell Street Repeat campaign.
This Mother’s Day we’re talking about some mothers who are forgotten by society every day. Women in prison.
Nacro responds to the rejection of proposed changes to those on abolished IPP sentences.
Illustration competition for our service users and learners
Our art department began a project in conjunction with the local council and Southwestern Railways to produce a mural for the Totton railway station.
Nacro staff and service users came together to cook and share a Caribbean and English breakfast at one of our housing services in Battersea. Continue reading to see the full experience.
Richard, who is a member of the Nacro Justice ExChange attended the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Penal Affairs to speak about his experiences as a Black man in prison. Read about his experiences here.
On Friday 2nd December, the Offenders (Day of Release from Detention) Bill passed its Second Reading in the House of Commons.
Nacro responds to the Justice Select Committee report on Women in Prison.
Today’s Safety in Custody statistics show the impact of prison on people held on remand. Read Nacro’s response here.