Our networks sharing their experiences and expertise
Craig Jones MBE featured in The Guardian G2 speaking about coming out in the military following the LGBT+ ban.
Marie Van Herteryck wrote for Metro.co.uk on being diagnosed with Autism at 45 and the importance of Autistic-led organisations.
John Crilly wrote for The Justice Gap on Joint Enterprise and the change that is needed.
Marie Van Herteryck spoke to BBC Radio Three Counties on her late diagnosis of Autism.
Jasmine Moreton wrote for Metro UK on why we need to hear more stammering voices in the media, following the campaign #NoDiversityWithoutDisfluency.
Beth Thomas wrote for Children and Young People Now on the Child Mental Health Emergency, and shared her own experiences.
Jasmine Moreton spoke live on BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire for International Stammering Awareness Day about why we need to hear more stammering voices in the media.
John Crilly featured on the Tortoise Media Podcast, and spoke at a live ThinkIn sharing his story and how it illuminates a wider injustice for those convicted under joint enterprise.
Angela Frazer-Wicks gave this talk for BBC Radio 4’s Four Thought.
John Crilly wrote for the I News on Jimmy McGovern’s prison portrayal in the BBC’s drama Time.
Journalist Milly Chowles interviewed Angela Frazer-Wicks for her BBC Woman’s Hour series ‘Second Chances‘. We connected Angela and Milly as part of our workshops with the Family Rights Group.
Amanda Hailes and Brenda Birungi from our Spokesperson Network were interviewed in the Metro for a piece on Women in Prison.
Anne-Marie Douglas gave this talk for BBC Radio Four’s Four Thought.
Brenda Birungi aka Lady Unchained presented her first BBC Radio Four documentary Unchained featuring Amanda Hailes.
Simeon Moore and Lady Unchained were featured in BBC Radio 4’s Lights Out programme on Prison Sentences.
Onjali Rauf has gone on to deliver a Tedx London Talk
Rachael Gibbons gave this talk for BBC Radio 4’s Four Thought.
Our Being the Story talks have been watched over 91,000 times on YouTube with viewers worldwide
"If you're coming from an abusive background... you feel like no-one really cares."— Channel 4 News (@Channel4News) August 2, 2019
Travon Steadman, who went into care at the age of 16 after suffering abuse, says it was "difficult" for him to get the help he needed. pic.twitter.com/eOmR0hGHFM
Travon was live on Channel 4 News to share his experience of the care system.
Bryony Albery and Simeon Moore have both appeared on Channel 4 News
Simeon Moore, Anne-Marie Douglas, Travon Steadman, and Bryony Albery spoke at Byline Festival 2019
Lady Unchained has gone on to deliver a TedTalk
Caroline Kennedy’s talk is being used in training by NHS Health Scotland