Penal Reform International 2020-2023 strategy
Our 2020-2023 strategy sets out of vision for the coming years. The strategy includes our vision, mission and our engagement with a variety of stakeholders. It underscores why the work we do is both relevant and important in a variety of social and political environments.
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Our annual reports outlook our achievements and evaluations for a given year. They can help provide clarity about the work we are doing, where we are doing well and where improvements may be needed.
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PRI is a non-profit association, registered in the Netherlands (Registration no 40025979) and is governed by its constitution under the applicable laws of The Netherlands.
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Our advocacy policy details how we select our advocacy activities and engage in advocacy.
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Approach to learning
Our approach to learning explores how we learn from our own experiences, our partners and the wider criminal justice sector. It details how to adopt our approach to learning in the work we do and what this means for us as an organisation.
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We have a range of partnerships through which we work. Our partnerships are based on collaborative association for a common purpose.
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Open information and aid transparency
PRI is committed to being transparent in its work and accountable to its key stakeholders, in particular to people affected by criminal justice and penal systems, civil society organisations, governments, donors, international bodies and other stakeholders working on penal reform; to our staff, volunteers, supporters, general public, partners and suppliers.
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Our safeguarding policy sets out PRI’s commitment and the responsibilities of staff, Board members, interns, volunteers and/or third parties in relation to safeguarding.
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Our staff handbook is an internal document detailing our policies surrounding gender equality, protection from sexual exploitation and abuse, child protection and prevention, reporting and addressing corruption. This handbook informs our practice, and allows us ensure our organisation values are upheld and respected.
For access to PRI’s staff handbook please email HeadOfSecretariat@penalreform.org