Crumlin Road Gaol, Crumlin Road
26th March: 7.00pm – 8.30pm

NB. This event is now SOLD OUT. However, there is a reserve list for cancellations – please email Ireland-Events@open.ac.uk

The Open University will challenge our assumptions on prisons and what role they have to play, if any, in abating crime.

From Budapest to Belfast, global prison populations are on the rise and over the course of twenty years, the prison population has grown exponentially, even as recorded crime has fallen. Should the system be reformed or is another radical world possible, where prisons do not exist?

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date & time

Sunday 26th March
7.00pm–8.30pm
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Crumlin Road Gaol, BT14 6ST
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admission

This event is free: click below to register

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