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Overcrowding in the Adelaide Women’s Prison

The Adelaide Women’s Prison is at capacity which means many women have to stay at the Holden Hills police holding cells, which are not equipped for lengthier periods of incarceration. Linda talks to Michelle about why this is happening and how we, as a society, should be responding.

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Radio Seeds February Show

In this month’s show we showcase the personal story of one of our own broadcasters, Christine, who has successfully exited the revolving prison door. Linda highlights the very real problem of overcrowding in the Adelaide Women’s Prison and Michael Frances from the Hutt St Centre tells us about a new program to provide long-term support for people experiencing homelessness.

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New Zealanders, deportation and prison

Erina Morunga is a Registered Migration Agent and Maori woman who now lives in Adelaide and assists New Zealanders with criminal records, at risk of deportation.

Charlotte chatted to her about a wide range of immigration issues faced by those affected by the prison system, when they caught up at the 2017 Anti-Poverty Week Conference.

For more information check out https://www.morungamigration.com.au/ and http://www.iwinaus.org/

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