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  • Posted on 18 July 2014

    Prisoners Abroad Launches New Media Centre

    Prisoners Abroad is proud to unveil its new Media Centre. Here journalists and broadcasters can find all the relevant information for contacting the media team with any press enquiries.

  • Posted on 12 June 2014

    Don't Fall Foul

    DON’T FALL FOUL OF THE LAW IN BRAZIL- KNOW THE DANGERS Over 27,000 Tickets have been brought by England’s fans-  to enjoy the 2014 Football in Brazil. For many this experience will be a trip of a life time- and experience full of opportunities and adventure. But people need to be careful as falling fowl of the law can have some very serious consequences.

  • Interview with Kate Fraser, Family Support Volunteer - Part 2

    Posted on 6 June 2014

    Interview with Kate Fraser, Family Support Volunteer - Part 2

    Kate Fraser volunteers for Prisoners Abroad as our Family Support Volunteer in Manchester. She facilitates our Family Support Group meetings and in this, our second interview, she discusses how the Family Support Group has developed and the benefits for those who attend.

  • Interview with Kate Fraser, Family Support Volunteer - Part 1

    Posted on 5 June 2014

    Interview with Kate Fraser, Family Support Volunteer - Part 1

    In the first of two interviews, Prisoners Abroad speaks to our Family Support Volunteer in Manchester, Kate Fraser, about the vital support she provides, facilitating our Family Support Groups. Here Kate discusses her time volunteering at Prisoners Abroad, what motivated her to get involved and what happens at a Family Support Group. 

  • Prisoners Abroad Celebrates Volunteers Week

    Posted on 4 June 2014

    Prisoners Abroad Celebrates Volunteers Week

    This year marks the 30th anniversary of the annual event, #VolunteersWeek. It's a week when the Third Sector takes the opportunity to express even more gratitude than usual to its host of invaluable volunteers.

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