On 12 and 13 May 2016, Amy Ludlow and Ruth Armstrong hosted a two day conference that brought together 120 criminal justice practitioners, academics and policy stakeholders to explore how universities and criminal justice organisations can work in educational partnership in ways that help both institutions better capacitate individuals to achieve social good. Day 1 of the event was held in HMP Grendon and was an opportunity to think together about the transformative potential of education and experience Learning Together ‘in action’. The day was led by Learning Together graduates who delivered an interactive lecture and facilitated small group discussion. Day 2 was held at the Old Divinity School in St John’s College, Cambridge.
See a recent article on Learning Together here.