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28 Jun 2018 | Governance , Learner voice | Inside View

‘If I were governor?’: People in prison respond

Earlier this year, we asked Inside Time readers, ‘What would you do if you were governor for the day?’ The importance of equality, visibility and adequate support for staff were some of the things they came back with.

25 May 2018 | Employability | Uncategorised

Working it out: Does the new education and employment strategy add up?

On 24 May, Justice Secretary David Gauke announced a new strategy for education and employment in, and out, of prison. Much of it wasn’t new, there were positive statements of intent, and some disappointments. But is the financial investment going to be there to make it a reality?

27 Mar 2018 | PET news | Uncategorised

Lady Elizabeth Andrew OBE, 1935 – 2018

It is with great sadness that we report the death of Lady Elizabeth Andrew, founding member and patron of Prisoners’ Education Trust, who passed away on 13 January 2018, leaving an extraordinary legacy to for PET.

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