Someone's Daughter is The View's new campaign, focusing on creativity through the talent of the world's leading photographers. We want to change how you see justice. Someone's Daughter is launched at Photo London from 8 to 12 September 2021, join us at Somerset House and see this collection of portraits of leading women and former prisoners. Also, q series of panel events hosted by Bidisha and former prisoners and activists with Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, Jenni Murray, Bianca Jagger, Carl Buckley, Harry Borden, Rob Welsh, Amelia Troubridge and others on justice reform and creativity.
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The View Magazine was started by a group of women whilst incarcerated to embody the challenges they faced with the criminal justice system.
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Watch Naomi Harlow, mental health activist and model in conversation with TV behavioural psychologist Jo Hemmings. They discuss the travesty of mental health services for women in prison and in the community, the importance of assessments and what should be done to make our justice system fairer to aid rehabilitation.
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