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A new book funded by the Monument Trust and compiled by Khulisa explores the role of kindness in the criminal justice system and is now available to order and read online. Humane Justice – What role do kindness, hope and compassion play in the criminal justice system? is a collection of essays and creative responses [...]
Join poet Lady Unchained and filmmaker Tracy Kiryango for a Q&A and screening of their new short film The Forgotten People, about racial inequality in UK prisons.
Screening of three films and live spoken word from a creative writing and film-making programme developed with probation service users in Lambeth.
Last month National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance chair, Alison Frater, attended the launch of a new London centre for women who have been through the criminal justice system or experienced violence. Here, she shares some of the poems and stories she heard from the women using it. The event Hear Her: Women’s Voices Through Poetry […]
Poet Lady Unchained hosts another edition of Unchained Nights – an artistic platform for artists with lived experience of the criminal justice system – at Artsadmin’s Toynbee Studios.
The Poetry Society host screenings of three short poetry-prose films, a live gig, and reading from Joelle Taylor’s new collection of short stories, The Night Alphabet.
During July 2018, Voices from the Row, an exhibition of poetry and artwork by prisoners incarcerated on death row San Quentin, was held at the Poetry Café in London. It was well visited - and went some way to prove that art and poetry can transcend prison walls. The art, poetry and recordings that were on show are [...]
Voices from the Row, curated by Nicola White, presents a collection of poetry written and read by prisoners incarcerated on death row at San Quentin state prison in the USA.