A report on Singapore’s prison system, based on analysis of existing laws and regulations, as well as interviews with people who have had first-hand experience of incarceration.
Our concerns with the recent proposal to detain prisoners beyond their jail terms for those who commit serious hurt and sexual offences
The case for re-examining the role of Prisons
Transformative Justice Collective responds to recent topics of discussion in parliament.
James talks about serving a three-month sentence in prison after being arrested in a drug raid, and shares his thoughts about the quality of counselling inside.
A community volunteer recounts her encounter with a teenager incarcerated for drug-related offences, and shares her thoughts on how to better support youths through the rehabilitative process.
Do the police and prisons really keep us safe? Do they protect victims, support healing, rehabilitate offenders, and deter harm? Have a look at the syllabus for our Prison Break critical reading group on incarceration in Singapore & beyond!
What are prison conditions in Singapore like? How are incarcerated persons treated? How effective are prisons when it comes to rehabilitation and reintegration?
We’re starting a new reading group on incarceration in Singapore (and beyond)! Come join us!
Following his arrest for drug charges, Aidan spent 23 hours a day in a cell for a month. He tells us about a broken system, the effects of his own privilege, and the changes Singapore’s system needs.