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The impact of wrongful convictions

This episode hears from the family member of an IPL client, telling of the impact a wrongful conviction has on the family left behind.

Becca Barclay: Why I am volunteering on the IPL

Becca is a third year BA Criminology student at the University of Greenwich. Listen to her story from theatre to innocence work and everything inbetween.

Talking about joint enterprise with JENGbA

Join IPL Director Louise Hewitt talking to Gloria Morrison from JENGbA (Joint Enterprise Not Guilty by Association) to find out more about joint enterprise why its use it unfair. Views expressed in this podcast do not necessarily reflect those of the IPL.

Inspirational new student caseworkers

Be inspired by some of the new student caseworkers who talk about why they want to work on the IPL.

What does innocence look like?

Our ideal innocent person is someone who was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time with a relatively uncomplicated life e.g. no affairs, no gang associations, no illegal wrongdoing i.e. smoking cannabis etc. But the truth is that the ideal innocent person rarely exists because, afterall they like us are only human. So why then do we have a perception of what innocence should look like? Welcome to the third episode of the Innocence Project London podcast.

Pilot - What is Innocence Project London

Sharing some of the stories of what innocent and crime means and introducing the Innocence Project London.