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Human Rights and Vulnerable Prisoners

Penal Reform International, Adam
June 4, 2015

Source: (2003) International Training Programme, Penal Reform International.

This manual is the first of a series covering a wide range of penal reform issues. It is designed to provide trainers within PRI’s network and others trained in participatory training and experience-based learning with reference
materials to assist them in conducting highquality training workshops. The core of this manual is a series of resource kits on topics related to good prison management and human rights. Specifically, it focuses on international standards for the treatment of prisoners and the special needs of six categories of vulnerable prisoners. Forthcoming manuals in this series will cover additional of penal reform themes. (excerpt)


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