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Prison Reform Trust sets out the continuing discrimination experienced by Black and Asian women at all stages of the justice system.
New research explores traumatic impact of short prison sentences on mothers and their children. 56% women serve sentences of 3 months or less.
This is a guest post by Kate Paradine, Chief Executive Officer of Women in Prison. A broken system Since joining Women in Prison at the end of 2015 I have had many reasons to be baffled by the criminal justice response to women and the reality facing the 3,900 women who now sleep in prison on an average night. Over half of those sentenced are serving short sentences of 3 months or less for minor non-violent