Prisons Week Lecture
The Liverpool Annual Prisons Week Lecture is organised by the Liverpool Diocesan Council for Social Aid, Adelaide House, the Anglican Diocese of Liverpool and Liverpool Cathedral. The Lecture usually takes place at Liverpool Cathedral on the Monday of Prisons Week, which is the second week in October each year.
Open to everyone, the lecture is of particular interest to those working in, or concerned with, the criminal justice system, especially those working with women.
"The responses from the residents involved in this [the creation of a radio play for the 2020 Annual Liverpool Prison Lecture] to their offender managers in probation was so positive and proud - well done all."
Attendee, 2020 Annual Liverpool Prison Lecture
2020 - 'Voices from 2020' - Radio Play
produced in collaboration between the residents of Adelaide House and Liverpool's No Place Productions.
2019 - 'Jailbirds - Mim Skinner
2018 - ‘Prison Chaplaincy’ Revd Katy Canty, Lead Chaplain, HMP Altcourse
2017 - '10th Anniversary of the Corston Report' Baroness Jean Corston
2012 - 'Problem Solving or Prison' HHJ David Fletcher
2010 - The Right Revd James Jones, Bishop of Liverpool
Beginning in England and Wales in 1975, Prisoners' Week was an opportunity for the Christian community to encourage prayer for the needs of prisoners. In 1993, Prisoners' Week became a registered charity, broadening its focus to all those involved and affected by prison (including prisoners families, victims of crime, prison staff, those working in other parts of criminal justice and many volunteers). The week became known as Prisons Week. Prisons Week begins annually on the 2nd Sunday in October.