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" ... to rehabilitation for carefully selected prisoners. (3) It is desirable that the number of prisoners in closed institutions should not be so large that the individualization of treatment is hindered. In some countries it is considered that the population... "
All Too Familiar: Sexual Abuse of Women in U.S. State Prisons - Page 340
by Dorothy Q. Thomas, Women's Rights Project (Human Rights Watch) - 1996 - 347 pages
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European Yearbook / Annuaire Europeen 1973

Council of Europe/Conseil de L'Europe - Political Science - 1975 - 790 pages
...son état d'esprit. rely on the self-discipline of the inmates provide the conditions most favourable to rehabilitation for carefully selected prisoners. 3. It is desirable that the type, size, organisation and capacity of these institutions or units be determined essentially by the...
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Prison Conditions in Jamaica, May 1990

Political Science - 1990 - 71 pages
...against escape but rely on the self-discipline of the inmates, provide the conditions most favourable to rehabilitation for carefully selected prisoners....individualization of treatment is hindered. In some countries it U considered that the population of such institutions should not exceed five hundred. In open institutions...
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Prison Conditions in Romania

Holly Cartner - Human rights - 1992 - 71 pages
...conditions most favourable to rehabilitation for carefully selected prisoners. (3) It is desirable thai the number of prisoners in closed institutions should not be so large that the IndividualizalioD of treatment is hindered. In some countries it is considered that the population...
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The United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Program ...

Roger S. Clark - Law - 1994 - 331 pages
...rehabilitation.75 Prisoners are to be classified into treatment groups for maximal individualization of care.76 The number of prisoners in closed institutions should...so large that the individualization of treatment is hindered,77 nor so small that proper facilities cannot be provided.78 Systems of privileges appropriate...
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Detention of Asylum Seekers in Europe: Analysis and Perspectives

Jane Hughes, Fabrice Liebaut - Law - 1998 - 332 pages
...against escape but rely on the self-discipline of the inmates, provide the conditions most favourable to rehabilitation for carefully selected prisoners....individualization of treatment is hindered. In some countries 238 it is considered that the population of such institutions should not exceed five hundred. In open...
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Human Rights and Prisons: A Compilation of International Human ..., Volume 2

United Nations. Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights - Law - 2005 - 362 pages
...against escape but rely on the self-discipline of the inmates, provide the conditions most favourable to rehabilitation for carefully selected prisoners....population of such institutions should not exceed 500. In open institutions the population should be as small as possible. 182 64. The duty of society...
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