Lived Experience Charter: Recruiting people with lived experience of the criminal justice system

26 October 2021 11:00am – 12:00pmBST (+01:00)
Virtual (Microsoft Teams)

The Lived Experience Charter was commissioned by the Health & Justice ‘Inclusive Workforce Programme’, which aims ‘To improve the recruitment and retention of a larger, more diverse, inclusive and representative workforce.’ The Charter was developed by Career Matters and co-produced with people with lived experience. It is comprised of a set of core values and an underpinning framework and is first being piloted across a range of Health & Justice commissioned services before potentially being made more widely available to the wider NHS, and other organisations.

Join us on this webinar to hear from people with lived experience who were involved in the Charter design. Other speakers will include people from NHS England and NHS Improvement’s Health and Justice team, Career Matters and some stakeholder organisations who were also involved. The webinar will cover the issues and barriers to employment for people with lived experience and how the Charter will hopefully help to address these. There will also be a Q&A with the speakers and the opportunity to connect into the Charter programme network.

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