Previous Events

The Inaugural Centre for Social Justice Founder's Lecture

Iain Duncan Smith delivers first Founder's Lecture and highlights importance of work as a route out of poverty

Is there justice for the vulnerable?

A keynote speech by Sir Thomas Winsor, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Constabulary

Launch of 'This is how we live'

Followed by a pre-election debate: Compassion in British politics: Who will stand for the poorest after May 2015?

Sport and Social Justice

An event to explore the impact of sport on tackling poverty and disadvantage

The Budget and Beyond

CSJ Breakfast Briefing with Trevor Kavanagh, Columnist, The Sun.

The Unwinnable Election? Who will govern and how after May 2015

CSJ Breakfast Briefing with Fraser Nelson, Editor of The Spectator.

How should the next government solve the personal debt crisis?

A public debate with Andrea Leadsom MP, Economic Secretary to the Treasury; Stella Creasy MP, Shadow Minister for Competition and Consumer Affairs; and The Lord Kirkwood of Kirkhope, Liberal Democrat Peer. Chaired by Fraser Nelson, Editor, The Spectator

Tackling Youth Mental Health

An Evening hosted by XLP and The CSJ

Rt Hon David Davis MP

Modern Policing

The 'Good Society' Lectures 2014 - Diane Abbott MP

Mental Health and the BME Community in London

The 'Good Society' Lectures 2014 - Lord Glasman

The Good Society and the Politics of the Common Good

The 'Good Society' Lectures 2014 - David Blunkett MP

Reconnecting the British people with the political process

The Opportunities for the Voluntary Sector in Criminal Justice

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.

CSJ Alliance Conference 2013

On Thursday, 4 July 2013 the CSJ held a one-day event for members of the CSJ Alliance.

Tackling Educational Failure: the Conference

On Thursday 2nd May the CSJ co-hosted an educational failure event with London charity XLP.

It Happens Here: Equipping the United Kingdom to fight modern slavery

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.

Tackling Britain's Gang Culture

On Saturday 12th January the CSJ co-hosted a gangs event with London charity XLP.

The 'Good Society' Lectures 2012 - Jon Cruddas MP

The role of the state in the Good Society

Tim Loughton MP

The State Our Children Are In

Breakthrough Britain II Launch

The Centre for Social Justice has officially started a major new study which will look at the causes of social breakdown in Britain.

Grayling outlines plans for ‘rehabilitation revolution’ at CSJ event

Britain needs a justice system that protects victims and helps offenders get on the straight and narrow, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling said today.

We need ‘tough but intelligent justice system’, Prime Minister tells CSJ event

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).

The 'Good Society' Lectures 2012 - David Lammy MP

Family and Community in the Good Society

The 'Good Society' Lectures 2012 - Graham Allen MP

Early Intervention: Taking Britain beyond the social and economic failure of late intervention

The Next Steps for Youth Justice

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...

Launch Event of CSJ Report on Youth Justice

The CSJ launched its new publication Rules of Engagement: Changing the Heart of Youth Justice on Monday 16 January 2012 at New Scotland Yard.

Family Law Presentation

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.

High Expectations and Low Capacities

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.

Mental Health Roundtable: What next after the DRE?

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.