Penal Reform International
Penal Reform International (PRI) - Head Office, UK
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Project Data Last Updated: 07/11/2016
IATI Identifier: GB-COH-04154075-PRI-001
PRI works on penal and criminal justice reform worldwide. Our strategic goals for 2010-15 are: 1. Reduction in the use of imprisonment 2. Prevention of torture and other cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment 3. Incarceration of children as the last resort 4. A proportionate and sensitive response to women offending 5. A leading international resource for penal reform 6. Exploration of new ways and locations to promote penal reform. PRI's Head Office in London leads and co-ordinates international policy and advocacy activities, co-ordinates multi-regional programmes and supports PRI's Regional Offices in four regions and local partners in two further regions to implement country and regional programmes to achieve PRI's strategic goals. PRI Head Office also provides planning, programme development, fundraising, publications and online information and training resources, monitoring and evaluation functions as well as overall governance, personnel, administrative and financial management for PRI International.;
- Academy of Prisons and Correctional Administration (APCA), India
- Association for the Prevention of Torture (APT)
- Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust (BLAST)
- DOST Foundation
- Foundation for Human Rights Initiative (FHRI)
- Human Rights Education Association (HREA)
- Ministry of Home Affairs - Probation and Community Services Department, Tanzania
- OVP and Ministry of Home Affairs - Probation and After Care Services, Kenya
- Penal Reform International (PRI) - Central Asia
- Penal Reform International (PRI) - Head Office, UK
- Penal Reform International (PRI) - Middle East & North Africa
- Penal Reform International (PRI) - Russia, Ukraine, Belarus
- Penal Reform International (PRI) - South Caucasus
- University of Essex
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