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Here’s How an Open Women’s Prison Works in Finland

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Open prison in Finland
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A look at the penal system in Finland and how it treats people in prisons — much different than the...

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A wing for mothers at a women's open prison in Hämeenlinna, Finland. Image by Natalie Moore/WBEZ. 2021.

WBEZ’s Natalie Moore recently traveled to Finland for a two-and-a-half-week reporting trip to explore the country’s open prison system.

Reset learned about her tour of a women’s open prison, the concept of institutional trust and why Finland has been ranked the happiest in the world for several years in a row.


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Natalie Moore’s reporting from Finland was made possible by a grant from the Richard C. Longworth Media Fellowship Program, funded by the Clinton Family Foundation and supported by the Pulitzer Center and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.

GUEST: Natalie Moore, WBEZ race, class and communities reporter.

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