Feb 19, 2017
Working in prison: from legal anarchy to hope
"23 hours spent in a cell of a few square meters, 1 jour of activity per day including the daily walk, inactivity is one of the cruelest aspects of jail. Being able to work as a detainee – which is an escape technique from boredom prized by inmates – requires to have an irreproachable behavior, an infinite patience, to brave the administrative mazes and to face the arbitrary and exorbitant power of attributing a job, detained by the prison services..."
Read the article (in French)