House of Commons Justice Committee report following up recommendations made in the Corsten Report in 2013, taking into account the Government;s response to this report and developments that have taken place since then.
Comprehensive literature review commissioned by the Corston Independent Funders' Coalition, looking at the the individual and structural factors in childhood and adulthood that lead women and girls into difficult lives.
Briefing that profiles innovative approaches to reducing women's offending and calls for the development of coordinated services that bring together police, health, women's services local authorities to help women turn their lives around.
Study exploring experiences of maternity care among women from different socio-economic groups in order to improve understanding of why socially disadvantaged women have poorer maternal health outcomes in the UK.
Inquiry to review progress and examine current strategy and practice with respect to female offenders and those at risk of offending in the light of recommendations made in Baroness Corston's 2007 Report.
This is a discussion paper looking at existing policy on pregnant women and very young babies who are in prison and addresses whether more could be done to improve the life chances of this vulnerable group of babies.