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Varsha Poddar 16h
No wonder the Govt. continues to maintain extremely strict orders for Jail visits by individuals, activists, NGOs and even students.
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Ambrose Ekeroku Apr 17
It is now 38 Bills has withheld Assent to since May 2015. and other relevant stakeholders hereby call on under the able leadership of to override veto on Nigerian Correctional Service Bill 2019.
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SyedNasirHussainShah's Office Jan 25
Prisons has the facility of Quran education& sermons,learning in school up to secondary classes, different courses of psychology, computer,tailoring,sewing,carpentry, electricity works, beautician, Eng language&hair cutting: leader
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The Washington Times 11 Jan 18
embraces : ‘We can help break this vicious cycle.’
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Kipkalya Kones Sep 6
Thanks to the former VP Hon. Moody Awori, Shimo La Tewa inmates can now afford a smile and attend computer lessons.
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Shahindha Ismail 🎈 Apr 15
I hope that changes begin soon, and that this government will bring an end to discrimination between prisoners and politicisation of parole and clemency. is essential for progress.
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NCW Jan 3
| In an effort to improve the condition of women inmates lodged in jails across India, regularly conducts inspections. We were pleased that DGP Nagaland has taken prompt action to improve facilities in jails, as per recommendations made by NCW
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Asif A. Malik Jul 11
I wish there were no crimes in the world. "Strengthing the realization of rights of women and children Detainees in Pakistan" As member of Academia in Prinsons Reforms Panel by Federal Ombudsman on
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Harrison Gwamnishu (Behind Bars)🇳🇬🇺🇸 Sep 25
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Lt. Gov. Puducherry May 16
HLG & Team RajNivas came across this Hand-drawn image by a prisoner during visit this morning... ...
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saumya Jun 22
Lt. Col. P.K Tarapore, ex-inspector general of in Burma wrote in 1936 about . He wanted the public in independent India to be aware of the conditions in prisons. His book ends with commentary on the merits of abolishing the . 1/2
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Photos2Prison Apr 17
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HRLN Jun 30
We’ve begun the third and last day of our National Training on Prisoners’ Rights with a session with the esteemed Kiran Bedi! A retired Indian Police Service officer, social activist, and politician, she is currently the Lieutenant Governor of Puducherry.
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Sana Bucha Mar 5
please do make a priority. The facts are shocking.
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CHRI Jun 19
brings together civil society in West Bengal for discussions on a possible Indian Prison Network. We must come together to make prison reforms sustainable and institutionalised.
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opeoluwa Nov 30
"Meek Mill is complaining about black people being incarcerated. You'd almost forget that when he was invited to the White House to make his points on Prison Reforms, he declined... Because Jay Z told him to 🤦‍♂🤦‍♂"
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vartika nanda Jan 10
Replying to @YouthKiAwaaz
Thank you for this review. I am touched.
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CHRI Jan 9
Sabika Abbas, a project officer with our team at the Central Detective Training Institute at Ghaziabad. Ms Abbas delivered a lecture on ‘Safeguards for video conferencing’ and moderated a discussion on improving prison administration through technology.
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CHRI Oct 23
Job opening! CHRI is looking for a Research Consultant for a project ‘Karnataka Prisons Study’ as part of its Programme. Please note that proficiency in Kannada - oral and written - is a key requirement. For more information, check out:
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Prince Miller Ent™🐦 Apr 13
In the News :: 🏁🏁SWIPE 🏁🏁 :: s friend back in the dock damn x retires x on x had to say something about Nip and...
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