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    This article was written on 29 May 2016, and is filled under Documentary.

    Former women prisoners tell the world “what I know now”

    Listen to the live community radio launch of a unique and personal radio series designed to raise awareness about the challenges faced by women when they are first released from prison.

    SOA Studio

    “What I Know Now” is a series of short programs that has been produced by Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women, an Adelaide-based support group for women of lived prison experience, with support from University of Adelaide media researcher, Dr Charlotte Bedford, and University of South Australia journalism lecturer, Dr Heather Anderson.

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