OVERVIEW = We are providing an online platform for people with lived experience of the criminal justice system to talk freely and openly about their own ‘Road To Change’ (in the hope they can inspire others). Regular events hosted by StreetCones with 1 or 2 guests and streamed Live to FaceBook, YouTube and Vimeo. 

WHAT TO EXPECT = An introduction to StreetCones and guest/s followed by a discussion of their experiences and live questions from audience members via social media. These LiveStreams will be engaging, inspiring and, hopefully, entertaining too!

10TH MARCH GUEST = Paul Brannigan’s Road to Change is an inspiring one he was born 1986 to a family living in Glasgow’s East End and grew up involved in drugs and gang violence both his parents were heroin addicts. Aged 10 he had already attempted suicide and by 13 he was homeless and embroiled in a feud with a local gang, a situation which ultimately led to him being sentenced to six and a half years for firearms offences.

For those of you who joined us live thanks for attending and asking Paul so many insightful questions if you didn’t manage to watch live the catch up links are below (please share on your social media).

Help us share Paul’s inspiring lived experience ‘Road to Change’ story. Help us spread the word and encourage people to register for our next Road to Change live stream we will let you know as soon as date/guest confirmed.




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