How can we reframe the debate on criminal justice?

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Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre

Kings' College London, Strand Campus

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WC2R 2LS

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After decades of an arms race between politicians to seem tougher on crime, the public is still sceptical about a less punitive criminal justice system. Nearly half the UK population still supports the death penalty and seven in ten think sentences are too soft. So advocates and experts have a mountain still to climb to change the debate on criminal justice.

Reframing offers us techniques and tools to communicate more effectively, and the FrameWorks Institute has been researching in England and Wales for two years to reframe criminal justice messages. Come to this presentation to hear the final findings of this research from Nat Kendall-Taylor, CEO and from advocates who are involved in other reframing projects in the UK - Kate Stanley of NSPCC (child abuse) and Enver Solomon of NCB (poverty).

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Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre

Kings' College London, Strand Campus

Strand Campus

London

WC2R 2LS

United Kingdom

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