Sub 10' • 6m 7s
An insight into the systemic problems of the British prison system through the eyes of convicts. They recount how prison not only failed to rehabilitate them it worsened their mental health and hindered their return to normal society. A charity called Landworks is trying to change this, giving former (and current) prisoners and opportunity to gain skills and bond with others.
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