Quakers in Criminal Justice holds a residential weekend conference every year, usually in February.
The venues are chosen for their peaceful and spiritual atmosphere, which helps people to relax and communicate at a deep level. Typical venues include Woodbrooke Quaker Study Centre in Birmingham, The Ammerdown Centre in Somerset and Hinsley Hall in Leeds.
Overviews of past and upcoming conferences are available below:
- 2024: Gateways to Rehabilitation
- 2023: Prejudice and Disadvantage – Groups Over-Represented in the Criminal Justice System
- 2022: Trauma, Dysfunction and Criminality
- 2021: Finding Hope in Difficult Times
- 2020: Challenges and Helping Hands
- 2019: The Decriminalisation of the Personal Use of Drugs
- 2018: Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System
- 2017: Restorative Justice & Restorative Practices
- 2016: Poverty and Power – Where is our responsibility?
- 2015: What Is the Criminal Justice System For?
- 2014: The Changing Landscape of the Criminal Justice System
- 2013: Celebrating Success in the Criminal Justice System
- 2012: The Cradle and the Grave – Both ends of the Criminal Justice System
- 2011: Swimming Against the Tide
- 2010: Whose Hands Are at Work Within the Justice System?
- 2009: Making Connections
- 2008: From Faith into Action
- 2007: Those Harmed by Crime...?