• Baroness Jean Corston speaks in Sydney

    14 August 2016Baroness Jean Corston speaks in Sydney

    Have breakfast at NSW Parliament House with Baroness Jean Corston, author of the 2007 Corston Report – A review of women with particular vulnerabilities in the UK criminal justice system. Wednesday, 14 September 2016, 7.30am–9.00am. All funds raised will go to the Women In Prison Advocacy Network (WIPAN).

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  • Children of Prisoners in the ACT

    4 December 2013

    At this forum Vicky Saunders, Research Fellow at ICPS, presented on the findings of her research which explored the needs of children of prisoners in the ACT. Other speakers included Christine Moore, convener of the ACT Women and Prisons Group, and Gloria Larman, CEO of SHINE for Kids.

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  • Supporting Children with Parents in Prison

    30 June 2013

    A series of one-day interactive education seminars held in Kempsey, Taree and Western Sydney over May–June 2013 were for community workers who come in contact with children affected by having a relative in prison.

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  • Breaking cycles and building dreams for Indigenous children impacted by parental incarceration

    31 March 2013

    This workshop was presented at the Child Aware Conference in Melbourne by Carol Vale, SHINE for Kids board member.

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  • Mental Health & Children of Prisoners Forum

    25 October 2012

    For this forum, MHCC and Forum Partners invited attendees from across the public and community managed human service sectors, including the criminal justice system to participate in an opportunity to learn about research, policy and service developments in the field.

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  • Children of prisoners – what makes a difference?

    15 April 2011Children of prisoners – what makes a difference?

    Held by the Office of the Child Safety Commissioner Victoria and SHINE for Kids, this packed forum presented a full day of diverse speakers giving their perspectives on the status of children of prisoners in both the child welfare and prison sectors, and where the future lies.

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