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What are the type of people that go to prison? Bad people right? None of us are born bad, but different life experiences put us in circumstances that point us in the wrong direction.
Join Mick Cronin and Mark Wilson from the world renowned social enterprise in community reintegration 'YMCA ReBuild' as they explore stories of reform. From past prisoners to change makers in the sector you'll laugh, cry and learn that investing in our community brings so much more than just second chances.

Time to ReBuild YMCA ReBuild

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What are the type of people that go to prison? Bad people right? None of us are born bad, but different life experiences put us in circumstances that point us in the wrong direction.
Join Mick Cronin and Mark Wilson from the world renowned social enterprise in community reintegration 'YMCA ReBuild' as they explore stories of reform. From past prisoners to change makers in the sector you'll laugh, cry and learn that investing in our community brings so much more than just second chances.

    Interview with Fiona Patten MP

    Interview with Fiona Patten MP

    Fiona Patten is a MP that hasn't had the stereotypical pathway into parliament, which is a great thing. Fiona's long list of accomplishments has seen her get through some incredibly important issues through Government. In this episode join Mick and Mark as they speak with Fiona about the importance of a spent convictions scheme and how that will benefit the young people of Victoria gain employment after prison.

    Credits:
    Hosts - Mick Cronin, Mark Wilson
    Producer - Mick Cronin, Mark Wilson
    Sound Editing - Mark Wilson

    Contact us via:
    Email - rebuild.vic@ymca.org.au
    Website - https://vicyouth.ymca.org.au/social-impact/rebuild/time-to-rebuild-podcast

    Follow us on:
    Instagram - @ymca_rebuild
    Facebook - @YMCA Rebuild

    We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land Time to ReBuild is recorded on, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung, and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging. We must always remember that under the concrete and asphalt this land is, was, and always will be traditional Aboriginal land.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Battling Deportation In Prison

    Battling Deportation In Prison

    We speak to two cell mates, both who setup life here in Australia with their families. After battling to stay with their loved ones, one was successful and the other is on his way back to New Zealand. Join Mick and Mark as they explore the complexities of Australia's deportation laws with our Kiwi brothers and the effect its having on many families.

    Major discussion points

    •The Process of battling deportation
    •Cell Mates
    •Different cultures mixing in prison

    Credits:
    Hosts - Mick Cronin, Mark Wilson
    Producer - Mick Cronin, Mark Wilson
    Sound Editing - Mark Wilson

    Contact us via:
    Email - rebuild.vic@ymca.org.au
    Website - https://vicyouth.ymca.org.au/social-impact/rebuild/time-to-rebuild-podcast

    Follow us on:
    Instagram - @ymca_rebuild
    Facebook - @YMCA Rebuild

    We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land Time to ReBuild is recorded on, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung, and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging. We must always remember that under the concrete and asphalt this land is, was, and always will be traditional Aboriginal land.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Prisoner Peers

    Prisoner Peers

    Imagine your first day in prison, who you going to for advice? Join Mick and Mark in their first interview behind prison walls, when they sit down with three men making positive impacts while serving their time as prison peers.

    Major discussion points
    - Being vulnerable in Prison
    - Masculinity
    - Structure and Routines


    Credits:
    Hosts - Mick Cronin, Mark Wilson
    Producer - Mick Cronin, Mark Wilson
    Sound Editing - Mark Wilson

    Contact us via:
    Email - rebuild.vic@ymca.org.au
    Website - https://vicyouth.ymca.org.au/social-impact/rebuild/time-to-rebuild-podcast

    Follow us on:
    Instagram - @ymca_rebuild
    Facebook - @YMCA Rebuild

    We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land Time to ReBuild is recorded on, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung, and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging. We must always remember that under the concrete and asphalt this land is, was, and always will be traditional Aboriginal land.

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Season 3 - Available November 11th 2021

    Season 3 - Available November 11th 2021

    This season we go inside the prison to capture the stories of men currently serving time. We look at day to day life behind bars, supporting one another, growing as a person behind bars and learning from your mistakes to build a brighter future. Join Mick Cronin and Mark Wilson as they open the doors to the Victorian Justice System.

    • 2 min
    Introducing: Time to ReBuild

    Introducing: Time to ReBuild

    What are the type of people that go to prison? Bad people right? None of us are born bad, but different life experiences put us in circumstances that point us in the wrong direction.
    Join Mick Cronin and Mark Wilson from the world renowned social enterprise in community reintegration 'YMCA ReBuild' as they explore stories of reform. From past prisoners to change makers in the sector you'll laugh, cry and learn that investing in our community brings so much more than just second chances.

    • 4 min
    EXTRA TIME: Season Two

    EXTRA TIME: Season Two

    Join Mark and Mick as they look back on the second season. They discuss their favourite moments and what they've learnt along the way.

    • 39 min

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