20th May 2019
Adam, one of our Lived Experience Forum members, recently presented at the Pathway UK conference about the value of lived experience voice in ensuring the design, commissioning and delivery of services.
8th May 2019
Revolving Doors Agency wishes to receive proposals for papers which will form an edited collection of essays on the subject of ‘the Interconnectedness of Poverty, Trauma and Multiple Disadvantage’. The aim of this essay collection is to bring together the evidence base and provide a thoughtful and provocative analysis of its impact – or equally lack of impact - on research and policy, including an assessment of what gaps remain in the evidence base.
29th April 2019
The new podcast produced by Revolving Doors Agency brings together academics, practitioners and people with lived experience. The podcast highlights the prevalence and impact of loss and bereavement among people in the criminal justice system, as well as opportunities and challenges professionals face in supporting them. This episode features: Ms Nina Vaswani, University of Strathclyde; Dr. Sotirios Santazoglou, Keele University, Professor Sue Read, Keele University and Dr Panagiotis Pentaris, University of Greenwich and Sat Kalvinder and Vicki Cardwell Revolving Doors Agency.
25th April 2019
Revolving Doors Agency is delighted to announce a new 3 year partnership with the National Expert Citizens' Group and the Fulfilling Lives Programme.
28th March 2019
We are recruiting for The Lived Experience Advisory Panel (LEAP).
The aim of The LEAP is to make sure that people with lived experience influence the strategic thinking and governance of Revolving Doors.
4th March 2019
4th March 2019
Our new report based on a recent survey of our London forum members estimates that Londoners who are caught in the revolving door of crisis and crime were unable to access any legal support for as many as 37,500 legal problems since the introduction legal aid cuts.
17th February 2019
Revolving Doors Agency launches a new paper showing the problems with short sentences. A poll we commissioned also shows that 70% of MPs back the Justice Secretary’s plans to curb short sentences of less than 6 months.
20th December 2018
Rob McCabe, Strategic Lead for the Birmingham SEMH Pathfinder, reflects on our recent literature review on the impact of loss and bereavement on people experiencing severe and multiple disadvantage.
18th December 2018
Nikki Aitchison, Employment and Development Worker at Aspire Oxford, reflects on our literature review on the prevalence and impact of loss and trauma on people experiencing severe and multiple disadvantage.
17th December 2018
17th December 2018
20th November 2018
Revolving Doors Agency releases new podcast that highlights the role of Police and Crime Commissioners in helping to break the cycle of crisis and crime.
9th November 2018
In this film we made together Lived Experience Forum members reflect on our impact and tell us why lived experience should be at the heart of policy and practice.
1st November 2018
Today, the Health and Social Care Committee publishes a new report Prison Healthcare. We are pleased to see the Committee puts our report Rebalancing Act at the front and centre of decision making.
24th October 2018
Revolving Doors Agency and Birth Companions have published a joint research report contributing to a better understanding of the experiences and needs of women facing multiple disadvantage during pregnancy and birth.
17th October 2018
To mark its 25th Anniversary, Revolving Doors Agency launches new analysis showing the extent of the revolving door.
12th October 2018
Revolving Doors Agency, releases new podcast to change the terms of criminal justice debate
11th October 2018
Our Chief Executive Christina Marriott was on Channel 4 news on 10 October discussing the new FOI data that shows 20 fold increase in the known rates of rough sleeping on release from prison for people sentenced to less than 6 months.