From the TUC

Cuts Watch #403: Rehabilitation charities

26 Apr 2011, by in Cuts Watch

Crime reduction charity NACRO has announced that it is due to make over 100 staff redundant because of  “local and central government cuts and contracts coming to their natural end.”  This follows a survey earlier this month by Clinks, the umbrella body for third sector rehabilitation organisations, showing that 68 per cent have staff on “or imminently facing” redundancy notices and that more than three quarters have already seen their grant incomes reduced.