Earlybird Registrations Close Friday 13th May 2016 for the 12th Reintegration Puzzle Conference. The Conference, themed ‘Disability and Incarceration: Multiple Disadvantage and the Need for Individualised Support’ is being held in Geelong, Victoria, Australia on 20 – 22 June 2016. I will be facilitating a workshop on Peer Mentoring: Learnings from the UK, Republic of Ireland, Sweden and USA Models on Monday 20th June and then on June 21st facilitating a Plenary Panel discussion on ‘Learning from Former Prisoners Who Have Gone Straight…It Makes Sense’. Spread the news and look forward to seeing you there. http://rpc.conferenceworks.com.au/
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