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We delve into the first furniture manufacturing workshop within a Polish prison. A groundbreaking social project aiming to transform the present and future of inmates by providing them the opportunity to learn a trade.

 

When we received the proposal to collaborate with a woodworking workshop located inside Wojkowice Penitentiary Centre (Katowice, southern Poland), the surprise was immense, but challenges are our raison d'être.

An enthralling journey into the prison's depths
A year after starting to work with them, a Hannun team led by Joan Álvarez, CEO of the company, decided to visit the prison from within to understand the workshop's functioning and its history. It marked the first time the prison administration allowed a filming team to capture the inside of the facility and the stifling life behind bars.
The value of rehabilitation rehabilitation
There we met Krzysztof, the director and manager of the workshop, the only person in the entire country who was willing to take on the challenge of leading this project and working hand in hand with the inmates serving their sentences in Wojkowice. A project that has forever changed his life and has helped him grasp the importance of reintegrating the prisoners into society.
Krzysztof, director and manager of the workshop
There we met Krzysztof, the director and manager of the workshop, the only person in the entire country who was willing to take on the challenge of leading this project and working hand in hand with the inmates serving their sentences in Wojkowice. A project that has forever changed his life and has helped him grasp the importance of reintegrating the prisoners into society.
Under Krzysztof's supervision and his team, the inmates learn the carpentry trade from scratch and earn a wage, which they can save to start a new life upon release or send it to their families.
First-hand testimonials
Some of the prisoners serving their sentences in the prison and participating in the project tell us firsthand what it means to them to be able to work in the workshop in such a complex environment and what implications it can have for their future.

Because when we say we don't want to leave anyone behind, we also refer to those individuals who made mistakes in the past and now take responsibility for them, fighting for a second chance.

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