Clinks and Centre for Justice Innovation have published 'Why we collaborate', a report exploring voluntary sector collaboration in the criminal justice system.

It looks at how voluntary organisations collaborate, what makes it work, and why it sometimes fails. The report showcases four case studies and seeks to draw conclusions about the motivation for collaboration, the impact which it can have and the factors which underpin successful collaboration.

Nathan Dick, Head of Policy and Communications at Clinks has written a blog discussing the report.