The Howard League for Penal Reform needs you as a member!
For just £3* YOU could benefit from...
EXCLUSIVE events such as; BCU Howard League Social, Howard League National Conferences and Corporate Networking Fairs
Opportunities to visit Criminal Justice Institutions such as Prisons and Probation Services
Access to guest lectures including talks by leading Organisations, Criminologists, Sociologists, Lawyers, Psychologists and Ex-Offenders
The chance to get your Masters Degree funded at BCU
Developing your CV, gaining valuable experience and meeting future employers
A great addition to your studies and educational development, through use of up to date and relevant Criminological Issues and Debates
A wide variety of priveleged resources for your coursework and personal use
Other exciting upcoming Howard League fundraising social events SUCH AS; Donuts and Documentary Evenings, Pub Quizzes and Active Campaigning
An opportunity to make a difference, and provide a voice for those who are unable to speak for themselves
Meeting with other likeminded students
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*£1.50 of your membership fee is donated to the Howard League.
ANY student can join! - A great benefit regardless of your course.
The Howard League for Penal Reform is the oldest penal reform charity in the UK. It was established in 1866 and is named after John Howard, one of the first prison reformers. The Howard League for Penal Reform is entirely independent of government and is funded by voluntary donations and membership subscriptions.
For more info visit www.howardleague.org
HOWARD LEAGUE STUDENTS - Winner of Most Improved Society 2011/2012
The Howard League has student groups in over 25 universities in England and Wales; campaigning, fundraising and raising awareness of penal reform issues and the work we do. We support our students with free materials, training and opportunities for volunteering and internships.
If you want to make a difference on the crucial issue of justice, make sure rights are upheld in prison, learn more about penal reform and help raise public awareness, as well as gaining valuable experience in campaigning, organising events and fundraising, make sure you get involved!
In the future
Academic: We are hoping to host many lectures and talks this year from convicted criminologists to organisations working with prisoners families. We have a range of ideas but welcome you all to make suggestions of your own. A couple of our current propositions are networking events with employers and having the opportunity to get involved at national conferences.
Experience: We will also be inviting ex-prisoners to come in and speak to our students about the realities of prison and life inside. Many criminal justice organisations will be invited in to speak to students about their organisations and work that they do, with particular relevance to crime and justice. There are also opportunities to volunteer with organisations such as Newbridge and PrisonLink.
Social / fundraising: We are working with the legal society to promote social events and evenings so that you can all meet each other and connect with people who have similiar interests to yourselves.
Meetings are not frequent, however if you have a suggestion, query or any other comment feel free to email the president of the society using the email address further down the page.
The BCU Howard League Committee
Tara Williams – President
Richard Kendrew - Vice President
Alexandroa Tsaltas - Fundraising Officer
Grace Robson - Event's Co-ordinator
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Society President: Danielle.Balach@mail.bcu.ac.uk
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