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  • Posted on 14 April 2014

    Reading Behind Bars: a blog from author Billy Moore

    My name is Billy Moore. I was imprisoned in a Thailand prison for three years. Prisoners Abroad is the charity that supported me during my incarceration. Just one of the services they provide includes sending books, magazines and other reading materials to British citizens held in foreign prisons.

  • Posted on 7 April 2014

    Melissa Reid's prison transfer application being considered

    Prisoners Abroad welcomes the news that Melissa Reid’s application for prisoner transfer from Peru to Scotland is being considered.

  • Posted on 3 April 2014

    New Dates For Family Days & Family Support Group meetings

    Aside from supporting British citizens imprisoned abroad, we also provide support to the families involved; whether it’s information, advice, or simply someone to talk to, Prisoners Abroad has a range of services to offer those in need.

  • Posted on 31 March 2014


    In the past week there has been lots of media coverage concerning Justice Secretary Chris Grayling and the Government’s decision to prevent people from sending books and other items to prisoners in England and Wales.

  • Posted on 18 December 2013

    Meet Adrian - Our Resettlement Volunteer

    This summer, Prisoners Abroad began piolting a programme to help our resettling service users to strengthen their employment prospects. Read an interview with Adrian, a volunteer who is running the programme and explains the difference it makes to people returning to the UK after overseas imprisonment.

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