Lucy Harding is a doctoral candidate exploring the experiences of educators within prisons. Lucy has previously been an education manager within a male, category B prison, and is interested in the impact of prison spaces, focusing on atmospheres. Lucy’s research utilises creative methodologies such as walking intra-views, drawing and textiles to enable teachers to share their experiences in different ways. The research outcomes will support the training of new teachers and the continuing professional and emotional development of teachers working in carceral settings.
The Design Against Crime Research Centre at Central Saint Martins delivers social design responses that address everything from personal security and theft to safety, wellbeing and behaviour change.