Workplace visit to hear stories from the Inside

28 Mar 2014

The Youth Unit at Port Phillip Prison was established in 2005 and aims to reduce self-harm and suicide for young male prisoners.
 
Youth worker and Churchill Fellow Anne Hooker, had a dream of doing something great for first time offenders aged 18-24 in a high security prison and was awarded a Churchill Fellowship in 2007 to investigate programs for young male prisoners. Anne traveled to the Netherlands, U.K., Canada and USA to conduct her research.

This workplace visit will be hosted by the Churchill Fellows' Association of Victoria.

RSVP Monday, 31st March 2014 by email info@churchillfellowsvic.org.au 
or telephone Shane Ringin on 0411 350 217, advising your name, phone number and any additional people attending with you.

Please note that their is a limit of 20 places available at this event and attendees must be over 18 years of age to meet the security requirement for this visit.

Location details:

Port Phillip Prison
Corner Doherty and Palmer Roads Laverton

Parking is available at the Prison

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