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Arts in prison: why cut our chance to create crime-free futures?

PUBLISHED November 25, 2013
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The arts are easily caricatured as a fluffy non-essential or, worse still, an unmerited luxury, especially when taking place in a prison or a probation setting. But a growing body of evidence suggests they can have a significant impact on offenders' lives, particularly in helping them move away from crime.

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