Security is not Safety: Gendered Harms in Women’s Prisons

Expert guest for PRIBarbara Owen25th May 2017

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Denyys M. Odhiambo, 29th May 2017 at 09:07

Well said Barbara, rehabilitation programmes will be effective if our “correctional” facilities are safe in all the above mentioned areas, giving assurance to the smooth reintegration of released prisoners to the society, especially when talking about female prisoners, who’s pathway to prison include, poverty, drug related and violent background. Both the PRI and TIJ websites are very rich with resources related to good correctional practices, I urge my colleagues (Correctional practioners) to always visits this sites to enhance their knowledge for good correctional practices, this will equally inform safety in our facilities.

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