Unlock, the charity supporting the rights of ex-offenders, have a created an online survey to provide information to the Ministry of Justice about the experiences of people with convictions in finding work. In particular, they are keen that MoJ hears about the barriers that people face as a direct result of their criminal record, both while serving their sentence and long-term, as well as hearing the views of people with convictions about what government could do to increase the number of employers giving opportunities to people with convictions.
Access the online survey here.
The deadline for responses is 5pm on Friday 16th December.
Find out more information, including a link to the survey.