Baseline survey and analysis of conditions for vulnerable prisoners and access to complaint mechanisms in seven prisons in Ukraine (two women’s prisons, two juvenile and three men’s facilities). 500 prisoners were interviewed in total.
The research was carried out under a PRI project funded by the European Union designed to improve access to justice, conditions in detention and post-release support for vulnerable groups in Ukrainian prisons. The project is a partnership with Ukrainian NGO, Public Advocate, and implemented by PRI’s Moscow-based office.
A synopsis in English can be downloaded below. The full report in Ukrainian is available here.
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