Victorian art in prison program ‘helped me get back to my country’, former inmate says

Victorian Ombudsman Deborah Glass is reminded every time she walks into her Melbourne offices of her recommendation three years ago to allow prisoners to sell their artwork for profit. Robby Wirramanda is the first person from The Torch’s Indigenous Arts in Prison and Community program to be employed by The Torch to help support In Community participants as they integrate back into the community.

Thank you to ABC News Cheryl Hall for her interview with the Victorian Ombudsman, Robby Wirramanda, Kent Morris and Ray Traplin.