Ahead of the release of a new Hollywood film tracing his time inside the notorious detention centre, the former inmate reflects on finding his voice amid trauma.
Prisons are failing inmates when it comes to food. But using a kettle and whatever supplies they can find, inmates are getting creative and showcasing some of their most impressive culinary creations to devoted social media followings.
To mark the release of his new LP, the frontman of south London group 67 calls from prison to discuss his fraught past, dismantling the Tories and embracing the multitude of ways drill has evolved.
Dr Kate Paradine, CEO of Women in Prison, makes the case for urgently protecting prison residents and staff.
This year, we spotlight the inspiring individuals and activist groups who have been on the frontlines of the fight for a better future.
As inmates inside Douala Central Prison gear up for the release of their first album, writer Thomas Hobbs speaks to the people behind the project.
Nicole R. Fleetwood has spent nine years putting together Marking Time, a project aimed at amplifying the creative visions of prison inmates.
The Prisoner’s Apothecary is a mobile healing unit bringing natural medicines to communities impacted by mass incarceration.
These children are at risk, but society treats them the same way it treats their parents – as unworthy of investment, care or rehabilitation.
For the past three decades, the CPA has been helping prisoners to embrace the therapeutic possibilities of art.
Former defence attorney Sara Bennett captures women who have been released after serving long sentences in maximum-security prisons.
Keith Calhoun and Chandra McCormick’s photographs of the Louisiana State Penitentiary uncover an undeniable truth: slavery in the US has never truly ended.