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It is widely acknowledged that 'good policy' should be informed by the people it most directly affects. In Australia, the value of drawing on lived experiences in the development and delivery of services has recently been noted in health areas, such as disability and mental health. However, learning from people with lived experiences in the criminal justice sector, such as people who have served time in prison, has received little attention. This article discusses the significance of anddoi:10.5204/ijcjsd.1666 fatcat:jwk3lz4sjrgjvp7vgjb3wlt4cu