Shona Minson on Children of Imprisoned Mothers

Social Science Bites | 2 October 2019 | 0h 21m | Listen Later | iTunes
Interview with Shona Minson about her research on the effect on children of their mothers being imprisoned. Also describes her advocacy with a UK Parliamentary enquiry, which led to new guidelines aimed at strengthening female offenders’ family and other relationships.

Note that NZ Māori women are, per capita, the most imprisoned indigenous women in the world.