INJUSTICE: A film about prison, crime and justice

Sunday, 10 December, 2017 - 13:00 to 15:00

A screening of a new documentary film about prisons, crime and justice, taking place at Westminster Quaker Meeting on 10th December at 1pm.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A and panel discussion.

WHY MAKE A FILM ABOUT PRISON AND INJUSTICE?

2016-17 saw the worst prison riots in decades. The riots cast a light on the so-called prison crisis. Look hard and you’ll see it’s not that prisons are in crisis. Prisons are the crisis.

Injustice investigates the crisis, delving into the world of prisons, crime and the judicial system. Ex-prisoners, activists, criminologists and even prison governors tell us who the prisoners are and why they are inside. We hear what happens inside, and outside. Injustice asks: what are prisons supposed to do? And what do they actually do?

Address: 
52 St Martin's Lane London WC2N 4EA
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Cost: 
Free but places limited - please reserve via the link above
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