7th November 2003 at 00:00


Young men in Nottingham and inmates from Glen Parva Young Offenders Institution in Leicester recently took part in workshops to find out about each other's experiences and exchange ideas. This multi-media exhibition, organised by The National Centre for Citizenship and the Law at the Citizens' Showcase, Galleries of Justice, Nottingham, records the dialogues that took place. The project encouraged young people at risk to reflect on their behaviour and consider the implications of getting caught up in crime. Free admission.

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