Penal Reform International
Non-governmental association registered in the Netherlands, and UK company
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Ms Alison Hannah
Ms Andrea Huber
PRI seeks to achieve penal reform by promoting:
•The development and implementation of international human rights instruments in relation to law enforcement and prison conditions
•The elimination of unfair and unethical discrimination in all penal measures
•The abolition of the death penalty
•The reduction of the use of imprisonment throughout the world
•The use of constructive non-custodial sanctions which support the social reintegration offenders whilst taking into account the interests of victims.
PRI follows ongoing EU initiatives on criminal justice and prison reform issues including abolition of the death penalty, torture prevention, women in prison, justice for children and promotion of alternatives to prison.
PRI receives EU funding for programmes on such subjects in countries outside of the EU.
The following cross-regional projects were funded by the EU in the previous year:
Progressive Abolition of the death penalty and implementation of humane alternatives sanctions
There were smaller regional projects in the South Caucasus (1. Promotion of Modern concepts in the administration of Juvenile Justice in Armenia; 2) Civil Society contributing to the Humanization of Criminal Justice System; 3)Promoting criminal justice reforms in Georgia through the engagement of civil society). In Central Asia 1) Civil society oversight mechanisms fоr children and women detainees and 2) Actions for child protection — Violence against children. In Russia, Ukraine and Belarus 1) Towards abolition of the death penalty in Belarus and 2) Consolidation of civil society efforts to promote and protect the rights of children in conflict with the law in Russia
100%: 19 25%: 10
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01/2014 - 12/2014
< 9,999 €
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