The Lammy Review – Three Years On

Organised by the Prisoners’ Education Trust 

eptember 8th 2020 marks the anniversary of the powerful Lammy Review: An independent review into the treatment of, and outcomes for, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic individuals in the Criminal Justice System. The report conducted extensive research across all areas of criminal justice. Three years on, there has been too little progress on the reports’ recommendations to develop trust, fairness and responsibility, and disproportionality is still endemic.

This event will consider the links between disadvantage and discrimination in education and criminal justice. During our panel, we will hear from four experts about their work, research and reflections, followed by a Q and A.

The panel:

Chair: Dr Angela Herbert MBE, Chair of the Violent Crime Prevention Board and Brent Police Independent Advisory Group

Dr Karen Graham, Senior Lecturer in Faculty of Education, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr Anthony Gunter, Programme Lead for Childhood and Youth Studies at the Open University

Raheel Mohammed, Director and Founder of Maslaha

The Zoom link will be issued to participants once they have registered online. For more details see here.