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Should prison education be different for women?

28 Nov 2018 | Women | Blogs , Policy

Should prison education be different for women?

Women make up about 5% of England and Wales’ prison population. Do they have different needs or wants in terms of education? And are we catering to these needs enough? Head of Policy Francesca Cooney takes a look.

learners PUpil

13 Nov 2018 | Prison/university partnerships | Blogs , PUPiL

High-security study: building a partnership in Belmarsh

Dr Alison Lamont works in the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Roehampton. She has worked in partnership with HMP Belmarsh on a Learning Together programme, ‘Understanding Justice.’

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