Our News & Blogs
See below our range of blogs on multiple and complex needs
6th December 2017
Reviewing police and crime plans for multiple and complex needs, and transition to adulthood
30th October 2017
The role of families in the lives of people with severe and multiple disadvantage
3rd October 2017
Meet Rio, one of our experts by experience.
8th September 2017
Revolving Doors welcomes David Lammy’s report into the treatment and outcomes for BAME individuals in the Criminal Justice System.
25th August 2017
Five priorities set out to improve care and save lives
4th August 2017
Head of Involvement Paula Harriott interviewed by Evan Davis
1st August 2017
We’ve long been interested in the role that employment can play in helping to change lives. In late July we invited around 30 experts from the public, private and voluntary sectors to a round table at the Guildhall in the City of London to explore this further, and to contribute to a conversation about how disadvantaged jobseekers can be better supported.
14th July 2017
Today sees the launch of the long awaited 2017 Drug Strategy. The new Drug Strategy has taken a detailed and in many places ambitious approach, but the challenge of implementing the strategy should not be underestimated.
31st May 2017
We offer some quick thoughts on the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat manifestos
5th April 2017
A call to all to join us for the two day National Summit on Tackling Multiple Disadvantage.
4th April 2017
DWP policy announcements, evaluation and research, and new alcohol dependency prevalence estimates from PHE
20th February 2017
We respond to recent consultations on supported housing and health, disability and employment
14th February 2017
Revolving Doors comments on Liz Truss' plans for prison and sentencing reform
10th February 2017
Government response to 'Transforming our justice system' consultation published
11th January 2017
A call to action to address health inequalities facing people in contact with the criminal justice system
21st December 2016
Revolving Doors gave evidence to the select committee in September, along with two RDA forum members
6th December 2016
Revolving Doors Agency welcomes the recommendations made by Dame Carol Black in her review of substance misuse, obesity and employment.
3rd November 2016
Trustees and staff are delighted to announce that David Williams is to Chair Revolving Doors Agency from January 2017.
3rd November 2016
Revolving Doors Agency welcomes the Secretary of State’s ambition to improve safety and rehabilitation in prisons. But warns that without also reducing numbers of ineffective short prison sentences and providing better support for people on release from prison, any change will be limited.
28th October 2016
National charity, Revolving Doors Agency, has been shortlisted for the prestigious UK Social Enterprise Awards, 2016. The vision of Revolving Doors is that by 2025 no-one will be stuck in the revolving door of crisis and crime.