We are delighted to announce that our board of trustees have been shortlisted for the Charity Governance Awards, in their Equity, Diversity and Inclusion category.
This recognition of our board’s commitment to developing our practise and creating a more equitable organisation, particularly in terms of anti-racism, is well deserved.
"Our creativity is empowered by diversity; co-production is a central tenet of all our work, and inclusion is the driving force of our board."
Ensuring that our board represent and understand the diverse community of women we engage with is very important to us at Clean Break. We are proud to have a number of trustees with lived experience of the criminal justice system or who have accessed our Programme, and have undertaken a Lived Experience Trustee training programme to identify and develop future trustees.
Our fantastic board has built a strong organisational foundation on which we can build, and work towards creating equity beyond Clean Break, becoming advocates across the arts sector.
We are very grateful to the Charity Governance Awards for this recognition, and are honoured to be nominated alongside other organisations doing incredible work.