Children and adolescents involved with the criminal justice system are distinguished by poor health and health risk behaviours, often set against a backdrop of trauma and entrenched, intergenerational disadvantage. Read More
Dr. Stuart Kinner, NHMRC Senior Research Fellow and Professor of Adolescent and Young Adult Health Equity at Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, is the recipient of the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies International Visiting Research Scholars Award. Read More
Who We Are
The Collaboration Centre for Prison Health and Education is a group committed to encouraging and facilitating collaborative opportunities for health, education, research, service and advocacy, to enhance the well-being and reintegration of individuals in custody, their families and communities.
The Collaborating Centre for Prison Health and Education was established in 2006 as a means of addressing the distinct needs of incarcerated and formerly incarcerated individuals.
Partnership • Voice • Active Listening • Respect • Reciprocal Learning • Cultural Safety • Transparency