Watch the last episode of 'Lunch with..' in our first series, with Khatuna Tsintsadze.
In our latest episode of 'Lunch with...', Whitney Iles explains what Project 507 does.
Prison-building has become one of the go-to regeneration tools in the former industrial heartlands of England and Scotland, according to new research we are publishing today.
It is commonplace that prisons are created and maintained to hold those sentenced by the courts, and those remanded while awaiting trial.
Last week the Ministry of Justice released figures for confirmed cases of COVID-19 in prisons and COVID-19 related deaths.
“They’re going grey in the face and are constantly tired and worn out. They haven’t had any sunlight.”
Listen to the second part of our two-part podcast produced by National Prison Radio on the Strangeways protests and the past, present and future of prisons.
Part two examines the legacy of the Strangeways protests and the role of prisons and imprisonment since. Produced by National Prison Radio and with support from the Barry Amiel and Norman Melburn Trust, the podcasts situate the protests within the wider context of the state of prisons in the...
An article by our Director, Richard Garside, on the politics of imprisonment, is published in the latest edition of Prison Service Journal.
The months of March and April felt like an eternity as the world was changed by COVID-19, and justice authorities grappled with how to deal with the issues in prisons.
Last weekend, our Director Richard Garside participated in an online panel discussion on prisons during the current pandemic.
Coronavirus cases continue to spread among prisoners and prisons in England and Wales.