[The Telegraph] A humane alternative

[The Telegraph] A humane alternative

The Telegraph published my article on open prisons. Here’s the preview:

Open prisons are prisons without bars. It is a trust-based system modelled on the principle of self-governance by the prisoners. The latter live with their families in these jails. The inmate is allowed to go out of the prison in the morning, but has to return before the evening roll call. In an open prison, only lodging is provided to the inmate. For everything else, and in order to support families, the prisoners have earn a living.

Read the full article here