Trainee blogs and profiles

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    Jarvis’ Story

    Hello The PeN Project has been running for a year now, with over 50 blogs viewed around the world, in 61 different countries. All of this is great, but the really important connection has emerged that…

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    James’ Story: “We’ve just started a criminology class…”

    Hello Over the last 6 months the PeN project has been capturing peoples stories at LandWorks (no stopping it now). Publishing one every week. The blogs are simply the transcripts of their own words recorded while…

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    PeN Project

    Matthew: cover photo The latest post from the PeN Project at LandWorks, where a camera is given to people serving prison sentences, giving you an alternative perspective of life during and after prison. Trainee Matthew explains…

  4. Chris’ Blog – Wanted: 1980s C70

    Chris’ fortnightly blog on LandWorks, life after prison, and the launch of the new PeN (Photographic electronic Narrative) Project.

  5. Trainee blog: Sam’s Story

    LandWorks is an independent charity providing a supported route back into the community for current and ex-prisoners.

  6. LandWorks trainee blog: inside view

    A different perspective from LandWorks, as trainee Grayson reflects on his time spent in prison and at Quarry Field.

  7. Trainees’ blog: Dear Michael Gove

    This week the trainees at LandWorks write an open letter to Michael Gove, Secretary of State for Justice, urging him to come and see how LandWorks supports his ideas about rehabilitation.

  8. Trainee interview: Joe’s First Impressions

    On a rare hot day in April, new trainee Luke arrived at LandWorks following his very first stint in prison at twenty years old. Four months into his placement, Sarah asked Luke about his experiences so far.

  9. Trainee blog: What LandWorks means to me

    Two years after LandWorks opened its doors, we asked past and present trainees how LandWorks has changed their lives. This is what they said.