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‘More than just a prisoner’ Film Screening

Prisoners Education Trust

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 at 18:00 (BST)

‘More than just a prisoner’ Film Screening

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 Prisoners Education Trust invite you to attend a screening of our new short film ‘More than just a prisoner’.  The film will be followed by a unique panel discussion from the real experts, ex-prisoners themselves. 

 

The panel will include Dr. Andreas Aresti, an expert on desistance and learning, who founded the ‘British Convict Criminologists’.     

 

Wednesday 23rd May 2012

 

6pm registration and drinks reception

 

7pm screening and panel discussion

 

 £5 suggested donation on the door (free to ex-prisoners). 

 

Kindly hosted by Only Connect, 32 Cubitt Street, London, WC1X 0LR

 

 

‘More than just a prisoner’ follows the stories of prisoners and ex-prisoners who explain how learning in prison and after release helped them shape ‘pro-social’ identities and desist from crime.  Some of those featured in the film will be on the discussion panel.


The film was produced in association with The Media Trust and Sainsbury’s as part of the Untold Stories series.  It was made by volunteer filmmakers Will Francome (who also produced ‘In prison my whole life’) and Mark Pizzey. 


Your donations will enable us to help many others become ‘more than just a prisoner’. 

 

Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you there.

 

 

Do you have questions about ‘More than just a prisoner’ Film Screening ? Contact Prisoners Education Trust

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Only Connect
32 Cubitt St
WC1X 0LR London
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 23 May 2012 at 18:00 (BST)


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Prisoners Education Trust

Prisoners Education Trust enables over 2,000 prisoners a year to access distance learning courses in subjects and levels not otherwise available in prison.  The Trust also provides high level advice related to distance learning progression, trains prisoners to be peer mentors and provides resettlement support. The Learning Matters advocacy project makes the case for learning in prison to policy-makers. For more information please see www.prisonerseducation.org.uk.

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