Who is in the Alliance?
The T2A Alliance, which support T2A’s programme of work, is a coalition of leading criminal justice and social justice charities and social enterprises.
The Alliance is chaired by Joyce Moseley OBE. Joyce Moseley OBE has been chair of the T2A Alliance since 2012. Up to 2011 she was the Chief Executive of Catch22. She was also a member of the Youth Justice Board for six years and was awarded an OBE in 2007 for her services to youth justice.
The vice chair is Debbie Pippard, Director of Programmes at Barrow Cadbury Trust. The programme is managed by Laurie Hunte, Criminal Justice Programme Manager at Barrow Cadbury Trust.
Addaction is one of the UK’s largest specialist drug and alcohol treatment charities.
BTEG supports BAME civil society organisations, providing a national voice and promoting equality, inclusion, collaboration and entrepreneurship in BAME communities.
The Care Leavers' Association is a national user-led charity aimed at improving the lives of care leavers of all ages. It brings together the voices and experiences of care leavers to support care leavers of all ages, improve the current care system and change for the better society’s perception of people in care.
CCJS aims to advance public understanding and crime, criminal justice and social harm.
Clinks supports voluntary organisations that work with offenders and their families.
Criminal Justice Alliance (CJA) is a coalition of more than eighty organisations committed to improving the criminal justice system.
The Howard League campaigns for less crime, safer communities, and fewer people in prison.
Leaders Unlocked enables young people and underrepresented groups to have a stronger voice on the issues that affect their lives. In education, policing, health, justice and elsewhere, it helps organisations to involve the people who matter and shape decision-making .
Maslaha seeks to change and challenge the conditions that create inequalities for Muslim communities in areas such as education, gender, criminal justice, health, negative media coverage and a continued climate of Islamophobia.
Nacro is a national social justice charity with more than 50 years’ experience of changing lives, building stronger communities and reducing crime.
The Prince’s Trust supports 13-30 year olds who are unemployed and those struggling at school and at risk of exclusion.
PRT aims to create a just, humane and effective penal system.
Release is the national centre of expertise on drugs and drugs law. Its services provide free non-judgemental, specialist advice and information to the public and professionals on drug use and to drug law issues.
Revolving Doors is a charity working across England to change systems and improve services for people with multiple problems including poor mental health
Together is a national charity working alongside people with mental health issues on their journey towards independent and fulfilling lives.
Catch 22 is a social business working at every stage of the social welfare cycle to build resilience and aspiration in people and communities.