We have helped transform attitudes to employing people with convictions
Women with criminal convictions often face social exclusion, prejudice and obstacles to employment and financial independence. Most have survived very difficult childhoods and face struggles with poverty, poor mental health, substance abuse and domestic violence.
We provide bespoke rehabilitation and employability programmes for these women. We work with employers of all sizes across all sectors to match women with the right jobs.
As well as directly helping women to turn their lives around, we also work with policy makers and politicians to influence the development of policy and legislation that affects women with convictions or at risk of criminalisation. We also try to shift attitudes among employers, the media and the public so that there is greater understanding of why women commit crimes and the most effective ways to prevent and respond to this.