What are the type of people that go to prison? Bad people right? None of us are born bad, but different life experiences put us in circumstances that point us in the wrong direction.Join Mick Cronin and Mark Wilson from the world renowned social enterprise in community reintegration ‘YMCA ReBuild’ as they explore stories of reform. From past prisoners to change makers in the sector you’ll laugh, cry and learn that investing in our community brings so much more than just second chances. more
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Get ready for an engaging and thought-provoking episode as Mick and Mark take a deep dive into the season that was. This season, the focus was on Lived Experience, and we were fortunate enough to hear from some incredible guests including Luke Anders... more
Mick and Mark had the pleasure of interviewing Simon Fenech, the General Manager of Fruit2Work, a social enterprise that provides meaningful employment opportunities for those impacted by the justice system. Simon shares his inspiring journey from be... more
Join hosts Mick and Mark as they delve into the pressing issues currently facing the Victorian justice system. In this episode, they sit down to discuss the latest developments in deportation policy between Australia and New Zealand, as well as the c... more
It is wonderful to hear these Podcasts. I taught in Prisons for 20 years and I am still very passionate about Education and Psyco Education in Prisons. Well done with these podcasts. Every little bit assists to change societies view. As a TAFE teacher I miss teaching the Men and wish them a positive future each time I pass the Prisons going to Melbourne and passing MAP. more
I’ve been listening to Mick and Mark’s podcast for the last while from Ireland. I started with Season 2 and worked my way back to Season 1. I didn’t have any insight in to the Australian justice system previously and it’s got me thinking about our own here in Ireland. I am blown away by the work that Rebuild does with the young people in Australia and I’d love to find out more about what we do here in Ireland and if there’s an opportunity for businesses to get involved in a similar way in thi... more
A great insight into the other side of prison with an educational outlook. Some great conversations and a great listen!
This is one of my favourite weekly podcasts. It has so much depth to it, it’s made me laugh and cry and think deeply about the stories long after I’ve listened. Every week Mick and Mark have opened my eyes to our justice system which I knew little about. I love the real life stories of people overcoming such a range hardships and how they have been able to have better lives with the support of such a wonderful initiative as ReBuild. It’s a fascinating podcast and I think anyone who listens is a ... more
It’s a multitude of things! Interesting, heartwarming, genuine, educational, light hearted and serious at the same time. more
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