Prisoners' rights

The movement for prisoners' rights is based on the principle that prisoners, even though they are deprived of liberty, are still entitled to basic human rights. Advocates for prisoners' rights argue that they are often deprived of very basic human rights, with the cooperation of the prison authorities. Alleged violations often include:

As a corollary of the above, the following list represents a part of a prisoner's rights:

Some in the prisoners' rights movement also advocate:

Working for Prisoners' Rights

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