Work is progressing well to lay the foundations for our project to challenge employment discrimination. We’re now at the stage where we want to start opening out the conversation, to help to shape the project. This update is the first of what we hope will be an ongoing conversation – with employers, with people with

As part of our project challenging employment discrimination, alongside our survey of employers and looking for evidence of bad practice, we’re also keen to hear from people with convictions about how they’d like to be treated when applying for work. In particular, we’d like to know what you think is a ‘fair’ way of dealing with criminal

Send us evidence of bad practice

Wednesday, 03 June 2015 by

As part of our project fair access to employment project, alongside our work to support employers to develop good practice, we’re also on the look-out for evidence of bad practice by employers with regards to the policies and processes that they have in place for job applicants with criminal records.   What do we mean

  The information on this page has now moved onto Recruit!, our website for employers.

We are delighted to report that Unlock has been awarded a three-year grant from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation that will enable us to deliver a programme of work that will challenge the discrimination faced by people with convictions in getting employment. This marks the beginning of a significant area of work for Unlock, enabling us

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