This event will explore ethics in service user involvement and will include guest speakers.
The voluntary sector has a long history of pioneering service user involvement in the criminal justice system, and it is rightfully becoming increasingly common to have experts by experience at the helm of developing and delivering services, influencing change, and challenging systemic inequality.
Our commitment to delivering these events stems from our view as an organisation that the Ministry of Justice, commissioners, and all service providers should involve people with lived experience to inform policy and practice.
These events aim to equip you to make meaningful service user involvement a reality at your organisation. There will be the opportunity to meet other organisations committed to involving service users, discussing the challenges you face, and how to take the next steps in embedding service user involvement into your work.
Please note that the service user involvement events are only open to Clinks’ members. If you are not a current member and wish to attend, please click here to join.
After booking, you will receive a confirmation email containing all information required to register for the event. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.