|Name:||NIACRO – Working Well|
|Address:||4 Amelia Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim, BT2 7GS|
|Primary Contact||Beverley Boal Ferguson|
|Telephone:||028 9032 0157|
|Contract Type(s):||Construction Build, Construction Civil Engineering, ICT, Services, Specific Clauses|
|Location(s):||Antrim, Armagh, Derry~Londonderry, Down, East Belfast, Fermanagh, Greater Belfast, North Belfast, South Belfast, Tyrone, West Belfast|
|Clause(s):||Business development and knowledge sharing, Community engagement events, Digital inclusion initiatives, Donation of ICT devices to people at risk of digital exclusion, Environmental initiatives, Equality, diversity and inclusion strategy for the contract, Fair work policy, Financial donations to support people in NI to gain ICT Qualifications, Health and wellbeing initiatives, Human rights / modern slavery, In-work progression and skills development for staff, Paid employment, Paid employment for education leavers, Paid employment for long term unemployed, Site visits, Skills development and educational attainment, Support for the VCSE sector, Unpaid work placements, Use of social enterprises in the supply chain, Waste and resource efficiencies|
|Priorities:||Children and young people, Looked after children / care leavers, People at risk of criminality / with an offending background, People experiencing homelessness, People from a minority ethnic background, People from deprived areas, People in or leaving education, People who are considered to be disadvantaged in the labour market, People who are long-term unemployed, People who have been / or at risk of becoming a victim of crime, People who need support with mental or physical wellbeing, People with a disability, Refugees and asylum seekers, Survivors of human trafficking, Women from socially deprived areas|
NIACRO works across Northern Ireland to reduce crime and its impact on people and communities. We support around 5,500 people annually – adults, families, children and young people in contact with the criminal justice system or at risk – across 27 services including advice, mentoring, early intervention, employability programmes, practical support, advocacy, representation and more.
Our Corporate Plan guides our work across the following strategic delivery areas:
NIACRO contributes to reducing crime by providing bespoke, co-produced and trauma informed services focused on desistance. We work alongside those we support to help them to make the positive changes they want and to amplify their experiences.
NIACRO works with local communities and a range of partners and funders to help people affected by crime to achieve and sustain settled lives.
NIACRO delivers early interventions services to children, young people and their families and influences the development of diversionary approaches based on the principles of “justice reinvestment”, to reduce the number of young people coming into contact with the criminal justice system.
NIACRO play a pivotal role in highlighting the unique experiences of the people who use our services and addressing the personal, social and systemic barriers they face.
4 Amelia Street, Belfast, Co. Antrim, BT2 7GS