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Dr Patrick Williams will discuss the latest evidence on community empowerment approaches, including evidence of growing rates of racial disparity in the criminal justice system and key principles for effective interventions with racially minoritised people in contact with the criminal justice system.
This is the second in a new series giving you the chance to ask your own questions of leading academics talking about the latest research on an important criminal justice topic.
Dr Patrick Williams is a senior lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University who undertakes research and publishes in the area of race and ethnicity. He has summarised the evidence base on community empowerment approaches in a review for our Evidence library. Patrick will be updating us on the latest evidence on this topic and participants will get the chance to ask their own questions on this vital issue.
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