Here’s How An Open Women’s Prison Works In Finland

Reset checks back in with WBEZ’s Natalie Moore to hear about her reporting trip in Finland.

Here’s How An Open Women’s Prison Works In Finland
A wing for mothers at a women's open prison in Hämeenlinna, Finland. Natalie Moore
Here’s How An Open Women’s Prison Works In Finland
A wing for mothers at a women's open prison in Hämeenlinna, Finland. Natalie Moore

Here’s How An Open Women’s Prison Works In Finland

Reset checks back in with WBEZ’s Natalie Moore to hear about her reporting trip in Finland.

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 learns 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.

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 Chicago Council on Global Affairs and the Pulitzer Center.

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