The journal, “Advancing Corrections: Journal of the International Corrections and Prisons Association,” has published an article on the Raoul Wallenberg Institute’s (RWI) and Kenyan Prison Service’s (KPS) work to embed the so-called Mandela Rules and human rights into … Continue reading » “New Publication: Human Rights Are Good Corrections”Continue readingMore Tag
Kenya Prisons Service Human Rights Officers have come together to mourn the loss of their friend and colleague Justus Naderia, who has died at the age of 32 after a short illness. Picture: Justus is in the middle of the … Continue reading » “Farewell to a Kenyan Human Rights Champion”Continue readingMore Tag
RWI and the Kenya Prisons Service (KPS) recently provided a basic training in the UN Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners, targeted at KPS staff members proposed for the position of Human Rights Officer (HRO).Continue readingMore Tag
This week, we are featuring a guest blogger from the Kenya Prisons Service (KPS).
Dennis Mungo is an officer of the KPS who currently serves as coordinator of the Human Rights Office at KPS Headquarters. He is closely involved with … Continue reading » ““Who Said Corrections is Boring?””Continue readingMore Tag
Last week, experts from a number of countries gathered at the institute in Lund to discuss challenges ahead and lessons learned at a seminar on good prison practice.
We sat down with two of the participants to talk about what … Continue reading » ““Human Rights is the Mantra — What Everything is Weaved Into””Continue readingMore Tag
RWI has initiated a unique cooperation – the “Assessment and Classification Project” with the Kenya Prison Service (KPS), the Kenya Probation and Aftercare Services (KPAS) and Swedish Prisons and Probation Services (SPPS). We asked a few questions to Damaris Seina, … Continue reading » “Pilot project launched in Nairobi prisons and probation offices”Continue readingMore Tag