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Applications for 2019-20 are being sought  
Griffins is once more open for applications for our research fellowship programme:  If you or a colleague are practitioners working in the criminal justice system (or with offenders in related areas such as health), and think you might be interested in becoming one of our research fellows for 2019-20, have a look at our website for more information on what is involved.  Five fellowships can be on any aspect of the treatment of young or adult women in criminal justice that you identify as an area for research.  The sixth fellowship is the joint Griffins Society-Barrow Cadbury Trust fellowship.  For that fellowship we are seeking applications specifically on: 'The treatment of young adult women (aged between 18 to 25) in the criminal justice system, which may include the transition between youth and adult systems or the specific challenges faced by young women involved in crime'.  

E-mail the Griffins director to express your interest:   
The deadline for applications is Noon, Monday 3rdJune 2019!