Presenting our latest infographic on the state of play of Covid-19 in Hungarian prisons
We're pleased to announce further details on three webinars looking at ongoing changes to criminal justice administration in light of responses to COVID-19.
Our Chair of Trustees, Charlie Weinberg, has written a piece on the problems of punishment for the website of Abolition, the US-based journal of radical and insurgent politics.
In the piece, Charlie develops the argument she first explored in this article on our website, about the difference between containment and control.
What it is about punishment that makes it simultaneously both...
As part of our work on coronavirus in prisons and the criminal justice system, we are producing infographics covering the key data.
Presenting our latest infographic on the state of play of Covid-19 in Austrian prisons.
Presenting our latest infographic on the state of play of Covid-19 in Italian prisons.
Presenting our latest infographic on the state of play of Covid-19 in Portuguese prisons.
How do European states compare with England and Wales?
Coronavirus cases continue to spread among prisoners and prisons in England and Wales.
How does England and Wales compare in its response to coronavirus in prisons to the rest of Europe?
We have compiled a list of European state responses to the virus in prisons based on 'Covid-19: What's happening in European prisons?' by the European Prison Observatory and 'Coronavirus: Prison fever' by Prison Insider. We note that there is a difference between announcements made and actual...
He continued, ‘If you set out to create an institution with the express intent of concentrating and transmitting Covid-19, it would probably look much like a prison.’
At least 10,000 to 15,000 prisoners need to be released from the prison system, to allow for single cells, but the...
Age data on prisoners in England and Wales highlight the significant at-risk population.