Almost total journalistic shutdown is worsening the UK prison crisis.
Racial barriers that existed in the free world were toppled as black and white convicts competed for the Top Hand Prize.
Architecture can affect behaviour and the choices we make. The brief is out for a centre to replace the Don Dale facility, but word is, it's 'a disgrace'. We can do much better.
Scientists have uncovered a hidden tunnel left in remarkable condition at a now derelict prison in Bridgend, South Wales.
A new programme in Kenya's largest maximum prison is teaching inmates how to become mindful leaders by harnessing their thoughts and emotions, and living in the power of now.
The largest increases in Australia's prison numbers have been in remand, Indigenous and women prisoners.
What would you prefer: spleen diet, fish custard, or a modern prison meal?
Cape York Partnership founder Noel Pearson told Q&A that Indigenous Australians were 'the most incarcerated people on the planet Earth'. Is that right?
The University of Michigan's Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Heather Ann Thompson explains why Americans must demand better access to the nation's prisons.
A new book describes what it's like to be a transgender woman in a men's prison.
Knowing why people with troubled childhoods may be more likely to engage in criminal activity is necessary to inform the development of effective prevention and early intervention initiatives.
Reforming France's intelligence and policing practices will be a big political battle.
Rights and living conditions vary depending where immigrants are detained.
Australian jurisdictions should enact permanent solutions to juvenile justice crises that replace large and ineffective youth prisons with a safer, more decent alternative.
The number of prisons in the US swelled between 1970 and 2000, from 511 to nearly 1,663. Here's the story of why one town in Arkansas welcomed a correction facility.
As prison populations rise this hidden issue is only making things worse.
A scholar considers the limits of 'running government like a business.'
A new reform bill will not fix the prison problem: too many people are being incarcerated.
Repealing a legal provision that excludes people in prison or jail from Medicaid could improve access to treatment, save state and local governments money and reduce recidivism.
In the 12 years following the abolition of slavery, former slaves made meaningful political, social and economic gains. This moment was short-lived.