Today, Revolving Doors Agency publishes a new report, “Spotlight on violence against women and girls (VAWG)”.
THE REVOLVING DOOR
"I wanted to try and change the system and help others"
I found out about Revolving Doors through a friend who was doing a project with them. I got involved in the project as I wanted to try and change the system and help others avoid the pitfalls that I had.
HAS BEEN IN 2015/6
- Involving 1,000 people with experience of the system’s failings
- 200 members collaborating in our ground-breaking research network
- Ongoing national roll-out of liaison and diversion services
Revolving Doors responds to the tragic and preventable suicide of a teenager in custody.
After coming out of prison I felt humbled by my experience and needed to keep move forward. By giving something back in order to stay grounded, I have reached stability within my life. To keep motivated and grounded I volunteer at two organisations: SUIT in Wolverhampton and Revolving Doors in London.