Radio Seeds broadcast on Friday 7th July focusing on the Reintegration Puzzle conference.

Radio Seeds is a project of Seeds of Affinity Pathways for Women , a non-profit, volunteer run community group that supports women to support each other upon their release from prison.

Radio Seeds aim to support women in prison, and those who have recently left, and to educate the wider community about the issues faced by women with a criminalised history.

Radio Seeds broadcast on the first Friday of every month on WOW-FM 100.5FM from 3 – 4pm (Adelaide time).

Tomorrow, Friday 7th July, the broadcast and show will be focusing on the Reintegration Puzzle Conference.

If you are not in the local area, you can tune in online at

Alternately, you can listen to the podcasts afterwards at Radio Seeds.

You can subscribe for monthly reminders at Radio Seeds or follow Radio Seeds on Facebook and Twitter.

About Claire Seppings

Churchill Fellow 2015 Bachelor of Social Work (Monash University, 1984) Victorian Custody Reference Group ‘Dennis Mc Millin Access to Justice Award’ (2012) Minister for Human Services Award for Exemplary Service to Customers and Stakeholders (2008)
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2 Responses to Radio Seeds broadcast on Friday 7th July focusing on the Reintegration Puzzle conference.

  1. Great – will try to get it xox Mum Joan Webster OAM Author, poet, freelance journalist, bushfire safety advisor. Order of Australia Medal 2010 AFPA Community Service Award 1990 Books Summoning the Whirlwind (MPU) 2016 Essential Bushfire Safety Tips (2012) The Complete Bushfire Safety Book (2000) Fruits of Their Labours: A Folk History of Doncaster (2012) In and About Parliament (2001) Ph 613 54 706 772 Mob 0438 706 772


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