UK – Improving outcomes for young Black and/or Muslim men in the Criminal Justice System,

February 6, 2021

“One of the most important points made to us was that the significance of the ways in which young Black and/or Muslim men experience and perceive the intensity of negative stereotyping and its impact on outcomes for this group is yet to be fully grasped. The lack of deep understanding on the part of politicians and policy-makers of the multiple ways that cultural difference is played out in institutions and agencies needs urgently to be addressed.”

Click the link to access the Report: https://www.equalcjs.org.uk/sites/default/files/articles/clinks_young-review_report_dec2014.pdf

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