Commissioned by the Prime Minister to undertake an independent review in 2016, last November David published his interim findings alongside an in-depth analysis which identified some of the stages in the CJS at which disproportionality is most pronounced. Among other notable points, the analysis evidenced that black men and women are sentenced more harshly than white men and women for committing the same type of crime. Having now completed his review, David will share his further findings and set out the recommendations he believes can ultimately make sure the CJS is fair for all.
Speakers: Rt Hon David Lammy MP, Chair of the Lammy Review; Juliet Lyon CBE, Chair of the Independent Advisory Panel on Deaths in Custody; Matthew Ryder QC, Deputy Mayor for Social Integration, Social Mobility and Community Engagement; David Isaac CBE, Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission
Chair: Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, RSA
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