By initiating reformation programs for prison inmates and reintegration opportunities to released inmates for the reduction in recidivism also facilitate welfare programs for their children to save them from becoming victims of their parental incarceration.
In partnership with UNODC, India Vision Foundation illuminated the importance of #PrisonersMatter by sharing a video clip that emphasizes the need for the global implementation of the UN Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners, also known as the Nelson Mandela Rules.
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Despite the goals’ ethos of “leaving no one behind”, recognising people in prison is noticeably absent from the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Indicators relevant to fulfil the goals are proposed while meeting the prison health standards. The political, social and economic challenges alongside the unparalleled COVID-19 pandemic that can resist the realisation of the SDG’s is a crucial part of our assessment.
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We have been a part of this sit-at-home routine for over six months, waiting for that one day where the news channels say, out loud,