09 Oct Peer Power shortlisted in Outstanding Organisation category at the CJA Awards
We are very excited to announce that Peer Power has been shortlisted in the ‘Outstanding Organisation’ category at this year’s Criminal Justice Alliance (CJA) Awards.
The CJA Awards celebrate outstanding organisations and individuals who have made a marked contribution towards a fair and effective Criminal Justice System which is safe, smart, person-centred, restorative and trusted.
Founder & CEO Anne-Marie Douglas said of the nomination, “we were delighted to learn that Peer Power was shortlisted in the ‘Outstanding Organisation’ category at this years Criminal Justice Alliance Awards. Our work impacts real individual change and tangible system change. The results are because of our whole organisation’s dedicated effort and that consists of our valued members including the core team, the teenagers and young adults involved, our volunteers, trustees and advisory board members – thank you.”