Essex paper 3: Initial guidance on the interpretation and implementation of the Nelson Mandela Rules
Based on deliberations at an expert meeting organised by Penal Reform International and Essex Human Rights Centre at the University of Essex.
Community service and probation for women: Lessons and recommendations based on a study in Kenya
Lessons and recommendations on community service and probation for women, in line with the UN Bangkok Rules, based on a study in Kenya.
Why criminal justice reform is essential to the UN Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDGs)
How justice and penal policy reform are also relevant to and prerequisite for the achievement of many of the SDGs.
Children and violent extremism: international standards and responses from criminal justice systems
A briefing on children who are suspected, or convicted, of violent extremist related offences: what standards say, practices and state interventions.
Short Guide to the Nelson Mandela Rules (revised Standard Minimum Rules)
Summarises the 122 Rules of the Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners which were revised by the UN in 2015.
Workbook on Women in detention: putting the UN Bangkok Rules on women prisoners into practice
A training resource to put the UN Bangkok Rules on women prisoners into practice. Ten modules take learners through key themes, case studies and exercises.