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INTERVIEW The 360 degree


“I have worked with Raymond within the prison environment over the past two years where I have found his work to be both inspiring and captivating. Through his commitment and drive, he has shown others how to help change the futures of adult males at HMP Featherstone. I hope that we can continue the working relationship we have developed over the years with Raymond and to continue to change the perspective of those who are held in custody at HMP Featherstone.”


Sadie Blain, HMP Featherstone


“Ray Douglas is a conscientious, insightful and creative


intervention/prevention specialist. His commitment to contesting and challenging the status quo regarding youth violence makes Ray an important thought leader in his field. Ray is leading the way by making a valuable contribution towards a greater awareness and understanding of the need to locate youth violence as a public health issue.”


Dr Martin Glynn, Birmingham City University


“I have had the pleasure of working with Ray many times while he’s


been visiting Swanwick Lodge. It’s always great to watch Ray working with our young people as he talks to them in a professional, caring manner. He is always very patient with our young people and gives them a chance to have their say.” Kathryn Harrison, Swanwick Lodge Secure Children’s Home


“Working with Ray is a privilege. He brings a rare combination of skills to the table – evidence-based practice with deep insight, credibility and experience. Ray challenges constructively and is able to engage a wide range of audiences, sharing knowledge with impact.” Dr Laura Zahra McDonald, ConnectJustice


“Ray is a powerful presenter, passionate about what he does, and making a difference. But he doesn’t let his passion get in the way, or


become over-powering – he works to build relationships and connect with other people, where he can have most impact.”


Louise Teboul, Common Purpose


12 | October 2016 |


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