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‘When I learned to read at the age of 16 I suddenly got in touch with education, with the chance of becoming a different kind of boy. Not the one always in trouble with the police. But someone who could in the end make the most of myself. Get behind literacy and you get behind social justice and social opportunity’.
We are aware that there are literacy issues within prisons and that reoffending rates lessen when literacy skills are improved. We’re also aware of some fantastic programmes to help with literacy within prisons. We’ll be reporting on these on a regular basis. We’re already collaborating with organisations, groups and individuals working for change. We’d like to invite you to get involved by joining the campaign.
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Or write to: Right to Read! Go, Do, See, Buy! The Big Issue, 1-5 Wandsworth Road, London SW8 2LN
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Or write to: Go, Do, See, Buy! The Big Issue, 1-5 Wandsworth Road, London SW8 2LN