The Good Society and the Politics of the Common Good
Reconnecting the British people with the political process
The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) was delighted to host the Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice, for an important discussion on the role of the voluntary sector in the Ministry of Justice’s probation reforms.
On Thursday, 4 July 2013 the CSJ held a one-day event for members of the CSJ Alliance.
On Thursday 2nd May the CSJ co-hosted an educational failure event with London charity XLP.
The CSJ’s seminal new report, It Happens Here: Equipping the United Kingdom to fight modern slavery highlights the horrific reality of human trafficking and modern slavery in the UK.
On Saturday 12th January the CSJ co-hosted a gangs event with London charity XLP.
The role of the state in the Good Society
The State Our Children Are In
The Centre for Social Justice has officially started a major new study which will look at the causes of social breakdown in Britain.
Britain needs a justice system that protects victims and helps offenders get on the straight and narrow, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling said today.
Offenders must be punished and rehabilitated at the same time, the Prime Minister has told an event hosted by the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ).
Family and Community in the Good Society
Early Intervention: Taking Britain beyond the social and economic failure of late intervention
The CSJ and Prison Reform Trust organized a conference that brought together youth offending teams, police officers, voluntary sector organisations and councillors from across England and Wales...
The CSJ launched its new publication Rules of Engagement: Changing the Heart of Youth Justice on Monday 16 January 2012 at New Scotland Yard.
We were pleased to co-host with International Family Law Group a presentation given by Professor Patrick Parkinson AM from the University of Sydney at the Palace of Westminster at 6pm on 2 May 2012.
The Centre for Social Justice marked Marriage Week 2012 by hosting an expert seminar with Professor Scott Stanley, co-director of the Centre for Marital and Family Studies at the University of Denver.
The CSJ was proud to host the BME Roundtable which saw participants from the Department of Health, Members of the Ministerial Advisory Group on Equalities in Mental Health and Clinicians all attend.