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“ PRISNET report 2013 ”

 

 

The PrisnetWestern Balkans monitoring and analysis report first published in December 2012 and has now been updated.

The project is an output of the EU funded Prisnet project

 

The report is the first of its kind to specifically focus the research and analysis on minority groups within a prison setting.  The report addresses the difficulties in identifying minority groups in this particular context and discusses some of the particular risks and vulnerabilities faced by minority groups.

The report will continue to be added to and updated as Agenfor and the FuturePrisnet partners continue their monitoring activities in the Western Balkans region.

 

Download the PRISNET report here.

 


 

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