Working in a range of different mediums, from apps to zines to films and photography, their artworks have resonated with people up and down the country, from policymakers at Holyrood to school groups and conference goers.
Being a part of KIN has shaped the lives of many of the young people involved, but their focus is not on any one person’s journey. Working to create social change, they want to alter the landscape for young people in the future who are affected by family imprisonment. As one KIN member pointed out, their vision to challenge stigma and offer support ‘is more powerful than our individual stories’.
KIN is a call that demands a response. Read the KIN manifesto HERE.
If you or someone you know might be interested in joining this project, please contact project co-ordinator Rosie on firstname.lastname@example.org, 07903 415 037.