Nathan Dick

Head of Policy and Communications
@ Clinks

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  • Bio

As part of the senior management team Nathan supports Clinks to develop both strategically and operationally. He oversees the highly regarded and active policy work of Clinks, and provides leadership to the communications and membership team. Nathan joined Clinks in 2006 and has since supported various parts of the voluntary sector working in criminal justice. Nathan has supported faith based organisations working with offenders, worked alongside the Transition to Adulthood (T2A) campaign calling for a different approach to young adults, supported the Race for Justice campaign and the Young Review which tackle discrimination in the Criminal Justice System, has run campaigns to increase through the gate mentoring services, and managed the Arts Alliance which advocates for creative arts in our criminal justice and community safety. Nathan also led Clinks’ Local Development Team, supporting and listening to the voluntary sector in London, South West, North East, Wales and Greater Manchester.

  • My Previous Events

  • Prison Safety and Reform: Restoring Stability, Transforming Lives

    • 27-06-2017
    • 08:30 - 16:30
    • The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester