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Hardeep Matharu 7h
Replying to @TheHowardLeague
Bob Neill MP : "What we have not done is to stress that a system which works well for everybody ought to be treated & regarded as a social service just as much as we regard the right to healthcare, education & to care for our seniors & children."
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Jackie Nguyen Nov 13
Replying to @Soc219_UTM
: are naturalized w/in society & are rarely questioned. From the increase in prisons & their pop., prisons are seen as a mechanism of controlling certain groups. Focus shouldn't be on prisons but on alternatives & more humane strategies
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Hardeep Matharu 7h
Replying to @TheHowardLeague
Bob Neill MP at tonight's event: "The soundbite would be because it’s not politically sexy I’m afraid & what I mean by that is that it’s not something that features in MPs’ constituents’ postbag in the same way as health, education, benefits do"
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CCJS Nov 13
From this month's & Zebunisa Sheik pick up where last month's special edition left off: arts & activities in prison. Can a public speaking, toastmasters scheme, The Gavelliers Club, make a difference to prisoners' lives?
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asroma1996 Nov 10
Davis argues that ppl in suffer from mental illness 2x more than those in psychiatric hospitals in US. Prison is 1 of the most important features of our image environment. Strategies of restorative must be taken seriously rather than exclusively punitive justice.
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Cortech Developments 20h
have established ourselves as one of the leaders in the and sector, with the deployment of in many of UKs prisons, young offender institutes and custody suites. Interested in hearing more??
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Jane Mulcahy 16h
In many ways Scotland is miles ahead, especially with initiatives like the , partnerships w hospitals & medicsa against violence. Violence IS a issue, a symptom of like addiction, homelessness & . Your are way too full though!
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Noorani Tejani Nov 10
As commodity prices continue to increase, are resorting to products made in under the government’s policy to encourage prisoners to work and learn how to make products
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Stop Death Penalty in Egypt 2h
801 cases in and centers since Negligence, Maltreatment, and -to-death are most causes, of them are 661 cases since first days until today, where . a died inside Main Prison
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RiseMutual Nov 12
We are committed to providing a holistic approach by working closely with a variety of different stakeholders in a multi-agency environment to support perpetrators & victims of & abuse. We work with , , E: info@risemutual.org
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Liam Capuano Monette Nov 13
Replying to @Soc219_UTM
Davis discusses the removal of prisons and for prison abolition. She talks about how our current prison system does not reform prisoners but rather just allows them to leave and get re convicted. do not work as they are intended to work.
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Dave Shuck Nov 9
just came across this on youtube and found it very inspiring
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Jessy Nov 10
Let’s talk about the mysterious deaths of inmates in the AR prisons... there are rumors of the guards doing the killings....
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Towns And Chambers Nov 12
RT|: “Mandatory sentences are assembly-line justice that feed mass because it strips judges, it strips the criminal justice system, of the ability to individually look at a case and determine an appropriate sentence."
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Rivera Sun Nov 11
SteamDrills -We gotta fix the roots that grow the brambles of injustice Inequality 5Star
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Chris Edgerton LCGI 11h
Oh boy ... What a disappointment! I saw you as a Richard Hannay off John Buchan It seems your a voyer of now What hope of
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Gary Cox Nov 8
The government saw it as to robust and wanted to soften the waters so to speak. 14 yrs later these now run our streets and with some players on the payroll now of high profile leaders and businesses!!!
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RiseMutual Nov 10
We recognise the need to work in a systemic approach when tackling serious issues that impact families, to achieve sustainable change. We've developed ‘whole systems’ approaches to working in , & with families impacted by
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Ann Neona 7h
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
Sure! So you can stop the De-privatization of that was happenning when Great was there before you? YOU DON'T REALLY CARE! All you care for is money and evil power!
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RAN CoE 22h
The risks of are reduced in professional, secure and fair . The absence of these elements can reinforce extremist mindsets and distrust towards authorities, 👉check out our lesson number 5️⃣
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