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British business helping women prisoners rebuild lives
by Lee Mannion
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2 August 2018
On 2 August 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Fewer than one in 10 women prisoners have a job to go to on release. As Rita neared the end of a 10-year jail sentence for money laundering, her first thought was getting back her four children -- and finding a way to support them. Enter Shine, an innovative business in northern England that provides job opportunities for female offenders, starting while they are still serving their sentences.
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... Dawn O'Keefe started Shine a decade ago, seeing it as an opportunity 'to do something that would make a difference' after a successful corporate career in the United States.
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