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Rebel Justice - Changing the Way you See Justice

Rebel Justice - The View Magazine

News, views and trues from The View Magazine, a social justice and campaigning platform for the rights of women in the justice system. Our guests are women with lived experience of the justice system whether as victims or women who have committed crimes. We ask them for their insight into how we might repair a broken and harmful system with humanity and dignity. We also speak with people who are at the front line of the justice system creating important change, judges, barristers, human rights campaigners, mental health advocates, artists and healers. The View believes that we can rebuild lives with hope, and successfully reintegrate people who have caused harm or been harmed, through the restoring nature of art and creativity. We host art workshops in women's centres, hostels, shelters and direct provision centres, where women create art and write stories and poems and we publish them in our quarterly magazine and pay women for published content.We also sell cards, art and fine art prints and the artists get back half of the proceeds, thus creating a little financial sustainability and building creative skills.
Episode 27: Who's Judging Jimmy? A conversation with Ireland's leading trauma and addiction counsellor Jimmy Judge August 03, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 26: Conversation with Siyanda - miscarriage of justiceJuly 20, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 25: Conversation with Janey Starling, feminist and singer from We Level Up Campaign.July 06, 2022 Episode artwork Free Siyanda - Camilla's fight to clear her daughter's nameJune 29, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 23: Conversation with Sara Maile, the teacher behind Sandbach High School's Feminist SocietyJune 14, 2022 Episode artwork Podcast 22: Conversation with Moonqueen, Margaret O Brien on her journey from banker to healerJune 01, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 21: Samantha Asumadu, activist journalist and campaigner and founder of Media Diversified and Writers of ColourMay 25, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 20: Women vs The State - Panel 8 May 2022 at Photo North, ManchesterMay 18, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 19: Fran Fattore, a bird who has done her bird and found freedomMay 04, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 18: Peter Dench, Great British PhotographerApril 27, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 17: Zula Rabikowska Profile of an Intrepid PhotographerApril 11, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 16: Roy Tyson Interview - Roy's Art FairApril 04, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 15: How Governments Oppress Women Who Speak Out - Part 2March 23, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 14: How Governments Oppress Women Who Speak Out - Part 1March 13, 2022 Episode artwork Podcast 13: Judge Shannon Frison on International Women's Day 2022 #breakthebiasMarch 04, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 12: Women and Justice - Part 2February 27, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 11: Women and Justice - Part 1February 23, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 10: Does the Law Treat Everyone EquallyFebruary 14, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 9: Anna Smith HiggsFebruary 07, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 8: Capturing Personality in a Portrait January 27, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 7: Interview with Ivana Bacik and Farah Damji January 20, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 6: Interview with Farah Nazeer, THE CEO of Women's AidJanuary 06, 2022 Episode artwork Episode 5: Can Women with Lived Experience Be Part of the Solution? - Part 3December 23, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 4: Can Women with Lived Experience Be Part of the Solution? - Part 2December 15, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 3: Can Women with Lived Experience Be Part of the Solution? - Part 1December 09, 2021 Episode artwork