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Rachel is policy and practice lead at Unlock, an independent award-winning charity that provides a voice and support for people with convictions who are facing stigma and obstacles because of their criminal record. Rachel leads the charity’s work in increasing the employment of people with criminal records by supporting and challenging employers to change their recruitment policies and practices, working to prevent unlawful criminal record checks, influencing government policy and working on other policy and practice issues including access to higher education.

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Full bio

Rachel leads Unlock’s work in increasing the employment of people with criminal records by supporting and challenging employers to change their recruitment policies and practices, working to prevent unlawful criminal record checks, influencing government policy and working on other policy and practice issues including access to higher education.

Rachel joined Unlock in July 2018 having previously worked in the civil service and higher education, most recently with Open Book at Goldsmiths on their prison/university partnership projects. Rachel has recently completed her PhD and continues to publish academically.

 

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