The National Black Crown Prosecution Association
invites you to our
FRIDAY 25 OCTOBER 2019
Holiday Inn London – Kensington High Street, Wrights Lane, London W8 5SP
The Journey is a reflection and conversation about the experiences of Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic staff within the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). It will also focus on community perceptions since the publication of the MacPherson Report 20 years ago and our response to the Lammy Review 2017.
Max Hill QC, Director of Public Prosecutions, CPS; Rebecca Lawrence, Chief Executive, CPS;
Baljit Ubhey, Director of Strategy and Policy, CPS; Grace Ononiwu CBE OBE, Chief Crown
Prosecutor, CPS West Midlands; Jaswant Narwal, Chief Crown Prosecutor, CPS Thames and Chiltern; Jean Ashton, Director of Business Services, CPS; Asha Misir, Crown Advocate, CPS; Tola Munro, Chair, National Black Police Association; Her Honour Judge Kalyani Kaul QC; Rob Neil OBE, Head of Culture Change and Leadership, Department for Education; Sir David Calvert-Smith, Former Director of Public Prosecutions; His Honour Judge Robert Egbuna, Stephen Akinsanya, Barrister, Great James Street Chambers; Roland Jide Macaulay, Director, House of Rainbow; Elliott Rae, founder of MusicFootballFatherhood and winner of United Nation’s Gamechanger and more.
- Welcome reception
- Senior leaders across the CPS, criminal justice system and civil service
- Q&A sessions
- Interactive workshops
- Action planning
- Award presentation
- Refreshments and lunch.