Prisoner Learning Alliance
PRG is a founder member of the Prisoner Learning Alliance and we are actively involved in the PLA’s work to inform policy and priorities for prisoner learning. We contributed to the PLA’s influential Smart Rehabilitation report and we are currently working together to produce a Theory of Change document.
The Prisoners’ Education Trust
PRG works closely with PET to support the links between formal and informal education in prison and to develop literacy progression routes for learners.
Give a Book
Give a Book provides books for people who really need them. They support PRG’s groups very generously and we work closely together to develop book initiatives in prisons.
Penguin Random House
PRG works with Penguin Random House to deliver their Corporate Responsibility Strategy. The publisher supplies free sets of books for PRG reading groups and supports PRG prison libraries with large donations of single titles from their lists .
PRG collaborates with the Booker Prize Foundation and the National Literacy Trust to deliver Books Unlocked. The project provides Man Booker shortlisted books to prison reading groups across the country.
The Reading Agency
PRG works with The Reading Agency to help promote Reading Ahead (formerly the Six Book Challenge) among our groups and to strengthen the role of libraries and librarians in prisons.
English PEN helps to arrange author visits and events for PRG groups.
Book Clubs for Inmates
PRG is pleased to work in informal partnership with Book Clubs For Inmates, a Canadian initiative that currently supports 26 book clubs in 17 prisons across seven provinces in Canada.