Breaking the cycle this fascinating collection of writings by women prisoners now living in a re entry center show life as it really is for them the writings were mostly done in response to writing prompts given by joan moses who visited the center several times a month in a unique type of prison ministry. The topic of prison reform is a crucial one but its plagued by baffling bureaucracy budgetary restrictions and societal stigmatisms breaking the cycle embraces the exploration of fresh ideas and meaningful change. Breaking the cycle piecemeal reform will not alleviate the structural economic burden of the prison system advocacy groups nonprofits and researchers generally approach prison reform from two angles rehabilitating the individual and changing policies. Breaking the cycle final report women exiting prison in the perth metropolitan area at the time of writing aboriginal women who make up approximately 3 per cent of the general female population constitute more than 50 per cent of the female west australian prison
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