A new project is documenting formerly incarcerated people as they transition back into civilian life.
As UK temperatures soared to 40C this week, prisoners were left to suffer in inhumane conditions with a lack of access to water, reports Rebecca Tidy.
Photographer Peter Merts discusses his projecting documenting the importance of creativity for incarcerated people.
Lockdown could have created a greater understanding of the conditions prisoners face. So why are punitive policies even more popular?
Earlier this week, protestors gathered in Westminster to call for an end to the imprisonment of pregnant people.
Pregnant women and women with small children are facing severe human rights violations in Turkey’s prisons, reports Stephen Delahunty.
Emma Smart, 44, explains why she vowed to stop eating when she was jailed in November for breaching an M25 injunction.
In a new series of photographs, Tariq Zaidi captures the control gangs have over the wider Salvadoran society and the grief caused by the pervasive violence.
Guernsey’s tough drug laws ruin lives, so why is big business allowed to profit off weed grown on the island?
Covid-19 has created even greater obstacles for women trying to rebuild their lives after prison.
A formerly incarcerated woman shares her experience of finding out she was pregnant while in prison.
The expansion of state control and power will not solve gendered violence and ultimately ends up harming women, argues writer Shahed Ezaydi.