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W3-17 – Martin Schonteich

Pretrial Detention and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Approximately 15 million people per year pass through the world’s pretrial detention systems. Many will spend months and even years behind bars. The socio-economic impact of this practice is staggering. The United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development seeks to reduce the proportion of prisoners who are pretrial detainees. The paper draws together the available empirical evidence on the impact of pretrial detention on socio-economic development, including surveys of pretrial detainees, ethnographic case studies of detainees and their families, and country-based econometric analyses.

(414.39 KB) | 26. October 2016 | Author: Martin Schӧnteich
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W3-16 – Jo Field

Piloting a more Consistent and Integrated Approach to Aftercare Treatment in Aotearoa/New Zealand for Alcohol and Drug Dependent Offenders  

(893.18 KB) | 26. October 2016 | Author: Jo Field
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W3-15 – Jo Field

A Stronger Response to Family Violence: Working Across the State Sector in Aotearoa/New Zealand to Improve our Effectiveness and Responsiveness to Perpetrators and their Victims  

(1.62 MB) | 26. October 2016 | Author: Jo Field
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W3-14 – Marc Susser

Challenges to Reform in Europe’s Prisons: Problems and Possibilities This paper will discuss some of the major problems faced in Europe’s prisons, along with the approaches some countries take to address them. In part, I will use the new Mandela Rules as a framework for analysis, but will also address some issues outside their scope. Problems such as severe overcrowding, inadequate food and sanitation, and abusive treatment all undermine prisoners’ human rights–as well as effective management. I will discuss which countries in Europe face the biggest challenges in these areas, as well as in safeguarding the rights of vulnerable groups, such as prisoners with disabilities, and highlight innovative approaches to […]

(1.08 MB) | 26. October 2016 | Author: Marc Susser
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W3-13 – Hilary Siakor-Sirleaf

Leadership in Crisis Situations Inspiring leadership is never more needed than during crisis events, whether these be in individual places of detention, in prison systems, or in countries where the prison is simply a microcosm of what is happening in wider society. Such leadership was evident in Liberian prisons in responding to the Ebola epidemic. This session looks at real events and describes characteristics of good leadership in crisis, criteria that facilitated that good leadership (such as support from the various players, including professional staff, responsive political masters, community groups) as well as the learning from the crisis, such as putting contingency plans in place afterwards.

(2.84 MB) | 26. October 2016 | Author: Hilary Siakor-Sirleaf
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W3-13 – McDonald

Leadership in Crisis Situations Inspiring leadership is never more needed than during crisis events, whether these be in individual places of detention, in prison systems, or in countries where the prison is simply a microcosm of what is happening in wider society. Such leadership was evident in Liberian prisons in responding to the Ebola epidemic. This session looks at real events and describes characteristics of good leadership in crisis, criteria that facilitated that good leadership (such as support from the various players, including professional staff, responsive political masters, community groups) as well as the learning from the crisis, such as putting contingency plans in place afterwards.

(985.49 KB) | 26. October 2016 | Author: McDonald
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W3-13 – Marjo Callaghan

Leadership in Crisis Situations Inspiring leadership is never more needed than during crisis events, whether these be in individual places of detention, in prison systems, or in countries where the prison is simply a microcosm of what is happening in wider society. Such leadership was evident in Liberian prisons in responding to the Ebola epidemic. This session looks at real events and describes characteristics of good leadership in crisis, criteria that facilitated that good leadership (such as support from the various players, including professional staff, responsive political masters, community groups) as well as the learning from the crisis, such as putting contingency plans in place afterwards.

(185.64 KB) | 26. October 2016 | Author: Marjo Callaghan
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W3-12 – Robet Pulver

Leadership in Prisons in Post-conflict Settings: Working Together for Change The paper examines United Nations support to building good leadership as a major tool for advancing safe, secure and humane prisons in post-conflict countries, establishing positive relationships with national counterparts to address prison and criminal justice reform; and the role of government-provided corrections personnel in United Nations peace operations.

(1.22 MB) | 26. October 2016 | Author: Robert Pulver
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W3-12 – Jeduah Mahama Abudu

Leadership in Prisons in Post-conflict Settings: Working Together for Change The paper examines United Nations support to building good leadership as a major tool for advancing safe, secure and humane prisons in post-conflict countries, establishing positive relationships with national counterparts to address prison and criminal justice reform; and the role of government-provided corrections personnel in United Nations peace operations.

(1.82 MB) | 26. October 2016 | Author: Jeduah Abudu
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W3-11 – Emiliano Blanco

Challenges and Actions Taken to Implement a Comprehensive Reform Programme in Latin America – Violence Reduction and Anti-Corruption Policies: The Case of SPF  

(1.55 MB) | 26. October 2016 | Author: Emiliano Blanco
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