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About the Young Review Phase II Independent Advisory Group

BTEG is leading the Young Review Phase II focussing on the implementation of The Young Review (2014) recommendations. BTEG and Clinks continue to work closely. Both organisations share strategic objectives to improve outcomes for BAME offenders and believe that the voluntary and community sector has a key role to play in reducing reoffending and resettling offenders back into their communities. Clinks continues to host the Young Review Phase II website.

We are delighted that Barrow Cadbury Trust, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation and Lankelly Chase Foundation are supporting the Young Review Phase II and are actively involved. Baroness Lola Young has been instrumental in making sure there was a Phase II and provides invaluable leadership and influence as Chair of the IAG.

The Young Review recently appointed a new Independent Advisory Group (IAG). To see a list of the members click here

You can download a pack to find out more about the IAG and the work of the Young Review Phase II here

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