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Children imprisoned on remand – the stark reality of racial bias
Transform Justice has been tracking the ethnicity of the children remanded in London for the… Read more
How is the criminal justice system stacked against black boys?
When I discuss ethnic disproportionality in child prisons – pointing out that over half the… Read more
Do people care about judicial and magistrates’ diversity any more?
Once the diversity of the judiciary, or rather the lack of it, made national news…. Read more
Is justice seen to be done in the eyes of BAME communities?
The Lammy review is both depressing and uplifting – depressing because it suggests institutional racism… Read more
Ethnic minority defendants have very little faith in the criminal justice system
‘It was me against them. Coming from an Asian Muslim background, I didn’t see anyone… Read more
Is there institutional racism in the criminal justice system?
The MacPherson report on Stephen Lawrence defined institutional racism as “the collective failure of an… Read more
Magistrates and school governors…a similar crisis in diversity?
A report came out this week suggesting that the governors of schools do not reflect… Read more
Is the magistracy too middle class? a difference of opinion
Transform Justice’s new research on the make-up of the magistracy was launched at the end… Read more
Diversity matters in the youth and family court too
When I decided to apply to be a magistrate, my passion was family justice. I… Read more