Should Government Promote “Faith-Based Interventions” In Prisons And Probation?

Naomi Phillips, the British Humanist Association’s Head of Public Affairs, argues “no”: The Labour government’s policy was actively to promote “faith-based interventions” in prisons and probation. This was not just to supplement state-provided secular services, but amounted to a policy of commissioning religious organisations to provide those services within the┬áNational Offender Management Service (NOMS). This [Read More...]


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