Language for Change

The Bell Foundation's Language for Change programme seeks to contribute to reducing the re-offending rates of ex-offenders and prisoners who have English as a Second Language through removal of the language barrier to rehabilitation.

Language for Change

Removing the language barrier to rehabilitation

Work with us

We currently have five major partnerships in place, but we are always interested to hear from those whose work strongly aligns with our objectives.

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Partnerships

The Bell Foundation works in partnerships, supporting partners with project development and where appropriate the provision of a grant.

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Events

The Prisoner Learning Alliance Conference will take place in Leicester on 14 September 2017. The theme is 'Doing Things Differently - A New Era for Prison Education'.

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RESEARCH REPORTS

A Prison within a Prison

‘A Prison within a Prison’ is a short literature review by Dr Catherine Carroll, Dr Jane Hurry and Anita Wilson…
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Submission to the Coates Review

Following the Secretary of State’s recent announcement on the Coates Review of prison education, The Bell Foundation has submitted this…
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The Language Barrier to Rehabilitation

Dr Liz Hales, Visiting Scholar at the Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge has undertaken this short research project on…
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