Human Rights in Prisons: Comparing Institutional Encounters in Kosovo, Sierra Leone and the Philippines (Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology)
By: Andrew M. Jefferson (author), Liv S. Gaborit (author)Hardback
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Drawing on participatory action research conducted in Sierra Leone, Kosovo and the Philippines, Human Rights in Prisons analyses encounters between rights-based non-governmental organisations and prisons. It explores the previously under-researched perspectives of prison staff and prisoners on their lives and relationships.
Andrew M. Jefferson is a Senior Researcher at DIGNITY - Danish Institute Against Torture. Liv S. Gaborit is a Research Assistant at DIGNITY - Danish Institute Against Torture.
1. Introducing Human Rights In Prisons 2. Encountering Ourselves - A Critically Reflexive Practice Research Project 3. First Encounters - Accessing Prisons 4. Close Encounters With Prison Staff 5. Close Encounters With Prisoners 6. Close Encounters Between Prisoners And Prison Staff 7. Critical Encounters 8. What Encounters Count? What Matters?
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