Turning prisoners into entrepreneurs would save the UK £1.4 billion annually
Our latest report, From inmates to entrepreneurs, is featured in Quartz.
What if, instead of lamenting the high unemployment rates for people released from prison, society gave ex-offenders the chance to start their own businesses?
A new report from the Centre for Entrepreneurs (CFE) think tank, suggests that the UK, whose prison population has more than doubled since the 1990s, would save as much as £1.4 billion every year if it turned its former prisoners in to entrepreneurs.
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