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Revolving Doors is changing the criminal justice debate. Our podcasts bring people with lived experience together with front line staff, academics and leading thinkers to better understand the revolving door of crisis and crime.

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The Knot is a three-part podcast series exploring the interconnections between poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage and how we may need to respond differently, and from multiple angles, to really address entrenched disadvantage. Each episode features conversations between academic, practitioner and lived experience contributors on these knotted issues and how we might better respond to these. This series is also supported by an accompanying essay collection which you can access here: The knot – responding to poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk). In this third episode, hosted by Clare Runacres, we explore knots between childhood adversity, trauma and multiple disadvantage and we are joined by Professor Antonia Bifulco (Middlesex University), Miranda Keast (Independent researcher), Dr. Michael Smith (NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde) and Sue Wheatcroft (Revolving Doors Lived Experience Team member). Lankelly Chase have kindly funded these podcasts and we thank them for their continued support. We would also like to thank our contributors for taking part and Listen Entertainment for putting these podcasts together. To find out more about our work please visit Homepage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk) and follow us on Twitter @RevDoors. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Knot is a three-part podcast series exploring the interconnections between poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage and how we may need to respond differently, and from multiple angles, to really address entrenched disadvantage. Each episode features conversations between academic, practitioner and lived experience contributors on these knotted issues and how we might better respond to these. This series is also supported by an accompanying essay collection which you can access here: The knot – responding to poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk). In this second episode, hosted by Clare Runacres, we explore knots between identities and multiple disadvantage, focusing specifically on race and gender, and we are joined by Professor James Nazroo (Manchester University), Dr. Deborah Morris and Elanor Webb (St Andrews Healthcare), and Francis (Revolving Doors Lived Experience Team member). Lankelly Chase have kindly funded these podcasts and we thank them for their continued support. We would also like to thank our contributors for taking part and Listen Entertainment for putting these podcasts together. To find out more about our work please visit Homepage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk) and follow us on Twitter @RevDoors. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Knot is a three-part podcast series exploring the interconnections between poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage and how we may need to respond differently, and from multiple angles, to really address entrenched disadvantage. Each episode features conversations between academic, practitioner and lived experience contributors on these knotted issues and how we might better respond to these. This series is also supported by an accompanying essay collection which you can access here: The knot – responding to poverty, trauma and multiple disadvantage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk).In this first episode, hosted by Clare Runacres, we explore knots between poverty, place and multiple disadvantage and we are joined by Dr. Diana Johns (University of Melbourne), Jaime de Loma-Osorio Ricon (Banksia Gardens Community Services), Professor Tracy Shildrick (Newcastle University) and Jahmaine Davis (Revolving Doors Lived Experience Team member and anti-knife crime campaigner).Lankelly Chase have kindly funded these podcasts and we thank them for their continued support. We would also like to thank our contributors for taking part and Listen Entertainment for putting these podcasts together.To find out more about our work please visit Homepage | Revolving Doors (revolving-doors.org.uk) and follow us on Twitter @RevDoors. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Since 2012, Revolving Doors has been working with the Police and Crime Commissioners across the country to improve the experience of young adults and those in the revolving door of personal crisis and crime. We’ll be hearing from five PCCs from across the country who are demonstrating what can be achieved when agencies and individuals with relevant skills work together. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Here we debate the implications for the future. What work needs to be done and by whom? What changes do we need to make if we really want to see better outcomes for some of the most vulnerable people in our society? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Here we explore the link between trauma and the revolving door of crisis and crime.What is trauma, what impact does it have on people, are there ways to protect or recover from it, and how does trauma shape the experiences people have within the system? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Here we explore the impact of ‘structural disadvantage’ – the roles, systems and opportunities available to some of us, but not others. Health, race and poverty feed into the cycle of crime, crisis and chaos. Do those factors push people over the edge and stop them from climbing back up? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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