CyberFirst is a Student scheme inspired and led by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) which aims to support and prepare undergraduates for a career in cyber security. NCSC partners with other government departments and selected industry to offer students a comprehensive package of financial assistance and cyber skills training to help you kick start a career in cyber security.
Unlocked Graduates are inviting students from Brunel University London to an interactive discussion about how we can improve trust in the criminal justice system amongst BAME communities, kindly supported by EY. Unlocked, is a graduate scheme in which graduates can build leadership skill through working as prison officers.
Unlocked’s participants build exceptional leadership skills, complete a bespoke Master’s and work with prisoners to help them break the cycle of re-offending.
David Lammy MP and other top speakers working in the criminal justice system will be sharing their views on why there is a lack of trust in the criminal justice system among BAME groups. We will then open the debate up, asking delegates to discuss and develop their solutions during an interactive session.
Come along to find out more about findings from David Lammy MP’s review of BAME representation in the criminal justice system, hear from thought leaders in the prison service and diversity and inclusion and share your perspective on the how we can improve equality in one of our most important public services.
The event is open for all students and graduates. It will be taking place on Wednesday 8 November 2017 from 12.30-4.00pm in Canary Wharf. To attend and receive further details on the event venue RSVP at trustincjs.eventbrite.co.uk.
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