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Laurie Hunte

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Criminal Justice Programme Manager

Laurie Hunte is the Trust’s Criminal Justice Programme Manager. Laurie’s responsibilities include developing and maintaining partnerships with Criminal Justice stakeholders (incl. voluntary organisations, academics, government bodies and service users). Laurie works with grant applicants, ensuring that maximum learning is gathered, shared and disseminated to improve practice and policy. He curates and convenes T2A (Transition to Adulthood).

Prior to working for the Trust Laurie was a civil servant for 13 years working for the Ministry of Justice, The Home Office and the Department of Education. Before Laurie’s civil service career he worked for the Foundation for Creative Technology in Liverpool and for the International Commission on Holocaust Era Insurance Claims.

Laurie says: ‘It is a privilege to work for an organisation with a long history of championing social justice. The Trust’s Quaker values are important to me as my grandparents were members of the Society of Friends and their concern for justice and equality influence me today.’