Watch the video of our third 'After Strangeways' webinar held on Wednesday 24 February.
Our third of five webinars held between 22 - 26 February was a conversation about the 30 years since the Strangeways protests and the failed attempts at prison reform. The speakers were:
- Diane Curry, Chief Executive of Partners of Prisoners, a support group for prisoners’ families that played an active role supporting families during and in the aftermath of the Strangeways protest
- Alan White, Editor-in-Chief of PoliticsHome and author of Shadow State: Inside the Secret Companies that Run Britain
- Khatuna Tsintsadze, Co-Director, Zahid Mubarek Trust, an independent national charity founded by the family of 19-year-old Zahid Mubarek who was murdered by his racist cellmate on the morning of his release from Feltham Young Offender Institution
- Kate Paradine, Chief Executive of Women in Prison, a national charity that delivers support for women affected by the criminal justice system in prisons, in the community and through its Women's Centres
- Richard Garside, Director of the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies
- David Scott, Senior Lecturer in Criminology at The Open University (chair)