We attend court for women who are in or have left prison and assist in re-establishing and regenerating the fundamental relationship between mother and child.

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of women in prison are serving custodial sentences for a non-violent crime
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of women are in prison serving a sentence of six months or less
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children are separated from their mothers by imprisonment each year
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What we do

We give a voice to the dispossessed, those women who society believes are beyond redemption. Through our pro bono legal clinic with HMP Send, we provide extensive legal advice on children matters.

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Why we do it

Imprisoning women better suited to community service or rehabilitation programmes has a devastating impact on family life, in many cases leading to repeated criminality, homelessness and poverty.

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How we do it

We attend court for women who are in or have left prison and assist in re-establishing and regenerating the fundamental relationship between mother and child.

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What we do is unique

What we are doing is unique. No other charity supports women in this way, and we need your help.

Mother and child

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Coronavirus

The Covid 19 pandemic has dealt a massive blow to mothers in prison and their families.

Visits and access have been blocked, with already separated mothers and children being denied contact, due to enforced lockdowns. The emotional and psychological impact of this enforced isolation on mothers and children is huge.

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I am so impressed with Not Beyond Redemption and I think it is amazing that a charity is picking up those that fall through the gap of not being able to obtain legal aid.

Legal advisor on a recent pro bono hearing.

I knew from the first meeting with you that you were going to fight hard for me. You were so passionate about what I should be getting custody wise. Then I met the others from the team and I did think they won’t be the same – sorry 🙂 But they all were!

Mother serving 24 months
[Child age: 36 months]

Eventually I decided to take it back to court, because I’m a mother and want to see my daughter and be a part of her life. This is stressful sometimes and disheartening but you didn’t give up on me which gives me hope.

Mother serving 18 months
[Child age: 7 months]

There are too many women in jail that have little to no contact with their children and we struggle to have someone fighting in our corner.

Mother serving 12 months
[Child age: 5 months]

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