Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice

Do you dream of installing a small scale hydro project or wind turbine where you live, but don’t know where to start? Is your community building crying out for a biomass boiler or a set of solar panels? Have you heard about feed in tariffs, heat incentives and paybacks and wondered whether your voluntary organisation could benefit Go here to see the original: Community Renewables Finance School – Installation and maintenance Deadline: 23rd November 2010 at 1pm Hours: 35 hours per week Salary: £25,000 – £30,000 depending on experience Community Arts North West is an arts development organisation that works in partnership with communities, the voluntary sector, agencies and artists to encourage, develop, produce and promote cultural programmes of work by people who are excluded or on the fringes of mainstream society.

The Funding Development Worker will support the development of CAN’s participatory arts programmes including the Exodus Refugee Arts project. Applicants should be highly organised with a proven track record, and able to submit quality bids that give the company a fair chance of success; be highly literate and numerate and able to proof your own work; and be able to represent complex and detailed proposals on paper in accessible and intelligent language Read the rest here: Job opportunity: Funding Development Worker at CAN Families likely to abandon case aimed at compensating children born with disabilities after mothers took drug during pregnancy A landmark legal case by families of children with physical and mental disabilities against a multinational pharmaceutical company is likely to be abandoned after legal aid was withdrawn.

The families say manufacturers of an anti-epilepsy drug taken by mothers in pregnancy should pay compensation because the children’s conditions resulted from the medication. But the government’s Legal Services Commission, which is believed to have provided more than £3m to help families prepare for the action, decided to end its financial support just three weeks before hearings were due to begin in the high court in London Follow this link: Legal aid withdrawn from anti-epilepsy drug case Plan to cut jail population reverses Labour forecasts, but union calls for smaller institutions and review Around 5,000 prison cells will be lost and 10,000 jobs across the Prison Service will be axed under a government plan to shut six jails in England and Wales. The Ministry of Justice is reportedly preparing a list for establishments for closure as part of an overhaul of sentencing policy designed to reduce the number of offenders behind bars Go here to read the rest: Ken Clarke to close six jails as he insists inmate numbers will fall

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