Prison Songs Impact Campaign

Thank you for attending a screening of Prison Songs. 

Attached is a post-screening survey with a few short questions about your response to the film and the issues it raises. By participating in this survey, you are helping shape the future of Prison Songs. We truly value the information you provide and would greatly appreciate your participation. All your answers will be kept confidential.

The campaign around Prison Songs is of great importance. In the past 10 years we have seen an 88% increase in the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people ending up in prison, with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples now at least 13 times more likely to be imprisoned than non-Indigenous people. The impact of being in prison can be severe - not just for the individual but also for their whole community. It is rare that incarceration actually deals with the underlying reasons that have led to many of these people ending up in the criminal justice system.

* 1. On what date did you attend your screening of Prison Songs?

* 2. What venue/organisation was the screening held at?

* 3. Did watching Prison Songs increase your awareness of the over-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia’s prison and youth detention centres?

* 4. Since watching Prison Songs, do you agree that there is a need for greater investment in early intervention and prevention strategies? For example, strategies designed to build strength in communities and reduce crime? 

* 5. What impact did Prison Songs have on you?

* 6. Are you happy to quoted in our social media posts, newsletter, etc?

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