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Justice system needs to recognise impact of care

Intersectionality is a concept to describe the interconnected nature of social categorisations as they apply to a given individual or group, which create interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage.

Corporate providers must be held to account

The moving of children from Rainsbrook Secure Training Centre should be a stark warning that we have systematically failed to protect the most vulnerable from abuse, failed to hold those in authority to account and failed to mend a broken system.

Bias recognition vital to tackle disproportionality

I had in many ways a privileged middle-class childhood. As well as a smattering of rather poor exam results, my upbringing gave me huge dollops of unconscious bias, particularly in respect to people of different backgrounds, races and ethnicities. Over the last 50 years, I have worked at expunging this bias, often slowly and painfully.

Recognise failure for successful secure schools

This April would have been the 25th anniversary of the opening of Medway Secure Training Centre (STC). Like most, if not all, secure establishments it had a rocky start but represented the beginning of a major reform in youth justice. As we await the birth of the new secure school on the site of the original STC it is worth reflecting on the past 25 years.

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