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Penal Reform International

Making Standards Work: An International Handbook on Good Prison Practice (2nd Ed.)


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This publication advocates an integrated approach to prison inspection, recommending a combination of internal and external, official and unofficial, national, regional, and universal mechanisms for oversight. All recommendations included in this volume are grounded in the United Nations’ Standard Minimum Rules (SMR).


Penal Reform International. Making Standards Work: An International Handbook on Good Prison Practice. 2nd ed. London: Astron Printers Ltd., 2001.

Joanne Mariner

Behind Bars in America


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This article focuses on the lack of prison and jail oversight in the United States in terms of its impact upon the human rights of prisoners. The author highlight the disparity between this lack of oversight and the effective monitoring of prison conditions that takes place overseas. 


Mariner, Joanne. “Behind Bars in America.” American Bar Association, April 1, 2002. https://www.americanbar.org/groups/crsj/publications/human_rights_magazine_home/human_rights_vol29_2002/spring2002/hr_spring02_mariner/.

Andrew Coyle

Humanity in Prison: Questions of Definition and Audit


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This report introduces an audit instrument that can be used as a mechanism for ensuring humane treatment in prisons. It is intended for broad use either by prison administrators or by independent investigators. The audit instrument uses an exhaustive questionnaire addressing virtually all facets of prison life and administration and it relies primarily on qualitative measures.


Coyle, Andrew. Humanity in Prison: Questions of Definition and Audit. London: International Centre for Prison Studies, 2003.

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