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We also produce a newsletter written for, and mostly by, the people we work with around the world. It features, artwork and poetry created by people imprisoned overseas too. You can download the latest newsletter and a number back-issues below.
Man’s best friend – A detainee in the USA has written our lead article this month about how he got involved with a prison programme which trains dogs to detect bombs through odour. We also have some wonderful creative writing pieces and poetry as well as a feature on the ideas of ‘killing time’.
In this issue we launch our new newsletter for families of prisoners overseas. In Family Voices, we look back over the last year in family events and provide advice on booking visits to see family members detained in France and Spain. The regular newsletter contains a review of this year’s Koestler exhibition with personal accounts […]
In this issue, Derek tells us how focusing on goals helped him through difficult times in a Thai prison and we hear about whether repatriation proved to be everything a prisoner in Spain was hoping for in the final article of the series. The resettlement newsletter Rebuild offers personal accounts from ex-prisoners starting over, combining […]
Don writes from an immigration detention facility in the USA and describes his frustrations about being so close and so far from release. Plus a family member shares her techniques for dealing with stress and anxiety.
In this issue, a prisoner writes about his experience of detention in the Philippines, and we look at the issue of trials ‘in absentia’.