Linda and Fiona talk about the problems with prison privatisation
The remarkable women at Seeds of Affinity share their top tips for staying out of prison. Learn from the experts!
Ingrid shares her story of surviving life on the outside, and being their for her kids. We hope you’re inspired!
In November 2018, Sisters Inside hosted the “Imagining Abolition” conference. Hundreds of women (and a few men) gathered together to consider how we can move forward to a world without prisons. The voices of women of lived prison experience, especially First Nations women, were at the forefront of these discussions.
This documentary was produced by Radio Seeds who spoke to many of the conference attendees. The beautiful photos were taken by Charandev Singh and used with permission. If there’s a photo of you that you’d prefer not be included in this slideshow, please email Heather.Anderson@unisa.edu.au .
A quick discussion on the importance of International Women’s Day and where abolition and prisoners’ rights fits with feminism.
We have to be careful of the narratives we use when we’re talking about children of prisoners, and not buy into the negative stereotypes of women who are mothers in prison.
This conversation is a response to an article in the Sunday Mail (Adelaide)on Sunday 24th Feb 2019.
Here’s our full show with music removed to comply with copyright law.
Features the “Imagining Abolition” documentary produced at the 2018 Sisters Inside conference, a discussion on media representations of mothers who are also prisoners and a review of the play Matriarch: A story of four generations of salt water women. Enjoy!