Engaging, thought-provoking contributes to our understanding of the hidden, often neglected world of prison: Juliet Lyon
Published May 2014, Mary Browns engaging new book describes the lifeline work of the prison chaplaincy. Critical, perceptive and of particular interest to people working in or learning about crime and punishment Confessions of a Prison Chaplain contains insights for people of all faiths (or none); looks at restorative justice and positive justice; and re-affirms the importance of pastoral support in the reform and rehabilitation of prisoners.
Party to launch this new book
Time Thursday 29th May, 7pm
Venue The Black Book Café Bottom of Nelson St., Stroud, GL5 2HL (Car park just above in Parliament Street Free in evening)