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Less than 0.1% of prisoners released on temporary licence went on to re-offend
Inmates are using virtual reality to visit home in this Santiago prison. A group of prison inmates experienced, for the first
Inmates are using virtual reality to visit home in this Santiago prison. A group of prison inmates experienced, for the first
diversify The messages from Diversify are indeed themselves diverse. When we glumly read that Trump is heading for a safe bet second term, when we despair of the ever unravelling havoc that Brexit will wreak over us, we desperately need a new vision and way of conducting our affairs and so the timing for a refreshed advocacy of the benefits of integration could not be more timely.
Mental health is rightly moving up the agenda in London. The Mayor of London has launched Thrive LDN, a city-wide movement, to raise awareness and challenge the stigmatisation of mental health issues. But does it ignore offenders and ex-offenders?
Once upon a time, in 2013, in England and Wales, there were 76 people known to have died by suicide in prison. This was a
The five things you need to know on Wednesday December 9, 2015… 1) KEEPING ‘EM OUT It’s George Osborne taking PMQs today
Horner has passed the time by smashing windows and glass panels and ripping metal off the roof According to the Mirror, although
Michael Gove is set to float the idea of introducing a link between a prisoner's commitment to education and their release
Michael Gove has given a strong hint that he's looking at scrapping controversial plans for a mega-prison for teenagers. Speaking