Beyond the Prison: Gathering Dreams of Freedom

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David Denborough
Dulwich Centre Publications, 1996 - Criminal Justice, Administration of Prison Psychology - 232 pages
At present, prisons are seen as a logical response to crimes of poverty and crimes of violence. And yet, the desolation, degradation, and violence of prisons may be causing our communities far more harm than good. This book offers a glimpse inside the world of prisons as well as documenting inspiring work in a range of communities in Australia, New Zealand, and North America that is offering to take us beyond the prison. Most particularly, this book is written to offer company and practical ideas to those working with adults and young people whose lives are lived in the shadow of prisons.

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