Coming Back: How Vox Liminis uses creative responses to the criminal justice system to build community
How do you build community after the criminal justice system has removed you from society to serve a prison sentence?
Today’s episode of Recovering Community explores the work of Vox Liminis, a unique organisation, set up to find creative answers to questions about crime, punishment, reintegration, and community.
Vox is for people who have all kinds of experiences of criminal justice; from children with parents in prison, to academic researchers and social workers. It hosts a number of projects from its base in Glasgow’s Gallowgate, and in prisons across Scotland.
Anne Kerr meets 3 lynchpins of the Vox community; Fergus McNeill, Alison Urie, and Iain, to learn about the ways that creative work, embracing difference, and mutual support build the bonds of community, and the foundations for a life beyond prison.
Learn more about Vox Liminis here https://www.voxliminis.co.uk/
Listen to Vox’s latest podcast ‘The Art of Bridging’ here https://www.voxliminis.co.uk/media/?t=podcasts