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Stofair 2010 - Akershus University College (1)
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Mission: "Designed by students - Made by prisoners"

HiAk Product design have designed easy made products which are customized for both trained and untrained inmates for manufacturing in Oslo Prison’s workshops. This project is arranged by The Norwegian Correctional Services to give inmates a sense of mastering, a purpose in their daily routine everyday life and a way of preparing themselves for life after prison.

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