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Posted on 1st February 2016

Blog: World’s Most Dangerous Prison? Impossible to choose…

By Laura Bevan I recently watched the documentary World’s Most Dangerous Prison, following journalist Paul Connolly’s exploratory stay in Danli Prison Farm in Honduras. There are currently no Britons in Honduras needing Prisoners Abroad’s help, but we support 53 in South & Central America (out of 998[1] worldwide), the greatest proportion of these being in […]

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Posted on 28th January 2016

Vacancy: Resettlement Officer

Resettlement Officer £26,269 p.a Prisoners Abroad is a UK-based charity working to support British citizens imprisoned overseas, to assist those affected by imprisonment, and to help ex-prisoners start a new life free of crime after their release. Working with ex-prisoners returning from incarceration overseas, you will need a qualification in Social Work or other relevant […]

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Posted on 26th January 2016

Blog: Reducing Loneliness and Isolation

You guys are stars. I am so desperate for something to relate to and just when I feel the prison blues growing you send me two copies of NME and some pictures of Blighty – such a great boost to the morale. Days merge here and I wonder if I will ever be sentenced. By […]

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Posted on 12th January 2016

Vacancy: Individual Giving & Legacy Fundraiser

Individual Giving & Legacy Fundraiser £28,772 pa London N4 Prisoners Abroad is a UK-based charity working to support British citizens imprisoned overseas, to assist those affected by imprisonment, and to help ex-prisoners start a new life free of crime after their release. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a unique charity as we grow […]

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Posted on 8th January 2016

Guest Blog: “Don’t Take Your Liberty for Granted”

It’s 6.30 AM and God, that alarm is loud. Six months previously a similar noise woke me as I went on my way to do my A-Levels and I thought that was bad. But nothing can quite prepare you for the dread that welcomes you to the realisation that you’re in Japan, in jail, with […]

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