Films by young people: Get Animated about Youth Justice
originally published by:
The Howard League for Penal Reform
Working with the U R Boss team and a professional animator, groups of young people wrote, produced and directed three new animated short films tackling the issues that really matter to them in youth justice.
Each film carries an important message for policy makers and practitioners alike. Get a real insight into young people’s experiences of early encounters with the police, the court system and life in penal custody.
Animated films made by young men held in prison custody, this animated short ‘Life Inside’ looks at life inside through the eyes of a young person who is denied early release in spite of his good behaviour.
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Brought to you by The Howard League for Penal Reform:
The Howard League for Penal Reform is the oldest penal reform charity in the UK. It was established in 1866 and is named after John Howard, one of the first prison reformers. The Howard League for Penal Reform is entirely independent of government and is funded by voluntary donations.