Prisons

A prison (also known as a jail or gaol (dated, British and Australian English), penitentiary (American English), detention center (or centre if outside the US), correction center (American English), correctional facility, lock-up or remand center) is a facility in which inmates (or prisoners) are forcibly confined and denied a variety of freedoms under the authority of the state. Prisons are most commonly used within a criminal justice system: people charged with crimes may be imprisoned until their trial; those pleading or being found guilty of crimes at trial may be sentenced to a specified period of imprisonment. In simplest terms, …

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UNU WIDER · 1 December 2022 English

WIDER Working Paper 2022/146-Humanity over economy: biopolitical responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in Ghana

COVID-19 in Ghana. Some gifts went to hospitals, prisons, and the poor, while others went to the government concept of the Panopticon is no longer restricted to prisons. These institutions discipline the population implicitly


ESRI · 23 November 2022 English

https://doi.org/10.26504/sustat115

Note: For 2017, other ports of entry includes ‘prisons’ (68) and ‘other’ (8). Overall, when examining


World Bank Group · 23 November 2022 English

teachers, security institutions i.e. Police, Prisons and immigration staff among others. • The secondary


Saferworld · 22 November 2022 English

combatants in the absence of capacities to control and It is also important to highlight that there are gendered regulate their use.3 aspects to the issues raised in this report …

into a sector institutions, such as the police, prisons, the SPLA bloody and catastrophic civil war that weapons. As firearms are far the NSS, police, prisons and wildlife services, as well as more lethal, responsible for Security Act of 2012, the Police and Prisons Act, and the the administration, enforcement and


Onward · 21 November 2022 English

Beyond School Contents Summary of the argument 1 Must do better: Our school system is underperforming 9 The case for change: The importance of school enrichment 15 Barriers to progress: …

organisations with PFI contracts (including hospitals, prisons and schools) faced challenges when attempting to


Reactor – Research in Action · 21 November 2022 English

In accordance with the Article 118 of the Constitution of the Republic of North Macedonia, the text of the Istanbul Convention is part of the state's legal system47 but its …

freedom. These programmes should be available in prisons where these persons serve a prison sentence or perpetrators of sexual violence should be available in prisons where these persons are serving a prison sentence


WHO · 20 November 2022 English

last two weeks with cases detected in Machakos prisons and school of deaf. Concerted efforts are therefore


World Bank Group · 18 November 2022 English

Ratings of Second Resilience Development Policy Operation with a Cat DDO for Samoa were as follows: overall outcome was satisfactory, relevance of prior actions was highly satisfactory, and achievement of …

violence/offence from the Ministry of Police, Prisons and Corrections Services. However, getting data


FrameWorks Institute · 18 November 2022 English

They assume that how people backgrounds) and those from low-income about what it takes to enable people to do after they leave prison is up to the individual backgrounds are …

are the ideas and principles that angle: while prisons do exist, we need to do provide a scaffolding for suggests prison ‘other’ and dehumanise people prisons are not part of our society. who have served time approach rather than being locked into too many prisons are lagging enabling them to lead a which we see


CSJ · 17 November 2022 English

pandemic nor a cost-of-living crisis, to improve the lives of some of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged A year ago the CSJ established the CSJ Foundation, people across Britain. [...] …

wellbeing. Many imprisoned parents are moved to prisons far away from their families, meaning communication enables imprisoned parents from 100 different prisons nationwide to record bedtime stories and messages messages for their children (including women’s prisons where the project is known as Storybook Mums). Personalised


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