Resources listing

Annual Report

Annual Report 2019

PRI’s Annual Report outlines the impact of our work and achievements in 2019 nationally, regionally and internationally. Highlights in 2019 included: Publication of the Global Prison Trends Report 2019, in partnership with the Thailand Institute of Justice (our annual flagship publication); PRI celebrated its 30th anniversary and launched its 2020-2023 strategy, alongside its new visual profile, which itself […]

Languages: English

Multimedia

Webinar launch of Global Prison Trends 2020

Prisons and justice systems are facing unprecedented challenges brought by the COVID-19 global pandemic. At this launch event for PRI’s report, Global Prison Trends 2020, international leaders and experts addressed chronic issues that have led to this human rights and public health crisis with people in prison being so vulnerable – and critically, questioned how […]

Languages: English

Brochure

2020-2023 Strategy for Penal Reform International

This year PRI is celebrating 30 years of accomplishments in developing and promoting fair and effective criminal justice systems across the world. Today, we set our trajectory for the coming decade, launching our new strategy for 2020-2023.

Languages: English

Report

Global Prison Trends 2016

This is the second annual edition in our Global Prison Trends series, describing key global trends in the use and practice of imprisonment and the pressing challenges facing states that wish to organise their penitentiary systems in accordance with international norms and standards. Topics include for example: developments in international criminal justice policy; notable changes to policy at the […]

Languages: English

Multimedia

Podcast: Prison systems need to acknowledge widespread corruption

Prisons are precisely the sort of environment where you might think that corruption would easily develop and prosper, which is why it is perhaps surprising that relatively little has been done so far to tackle it. In the ninth of our expert blog series, former UK prison governor and criminal justice expert, John Podmore, says […]

Languages: English

Submission

Oral Statement on human rights and corruption: to the Human Rights Council Advisory Committee

This statement was delivered at the thirteenth session of the Human Rights Council Advisory Committee on 12 August 2014 on the negative impact of corruption on human rights. The statement notes that corruption is a prevalent issue within the area of criminal justice, including links between torture and corruption. It makes a list of observations including the impact […]

Languages: English