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A set of four postcards will be distributed to 3,000 guests at a concert, held to celebrate the life of Princess Diana at the Royal Albert Hall in London tomorrow night. Each picture will show a child who has a family member in prison to provoke debate among a society that often discriminates against them. Two charities - Action for Prisoners' Families and Photovoice - have collaborated with the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund to run the campaign. "We're using the Diana brand to draw attention to an unpopular cause," said Jo Bexley, the fund's head of communications. "Concert-goers will be confronted by an issue they may not have encountered before."

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