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Right to Vote

Although detained, people in prisons and locked hospitals are still citizens who are affected by government policy and do have the right to elect those who govern them. Prisoners and mental health consumers have family and friends on the outside and when they complete their sentence, they will join…

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Computers in Cells

Offering a myriad of personal stories and quotes from recent ex-prisoners, the Computers in Cells proposal clearly depicts the severely restricted computer access currently being provided in NSW prisons.  In one instance, a prisoner was only able to gain access to a computer five times in one…

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iExpress

iExpress

iExpress: Now launching prisoners & mental health patients online!

Justice Action is proud to introduce iExpress, the world’s first prisoner webpage and interactive email system aimed at empowering people in prisons and forensic hospitals and bringing them into the digitial world,…

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Hall of Shame

The Hall of Shame is a place where those in power are exposed for unethical and abhorrent behaviour. Transgressions are often concealed from the public eye as those in power abuse their position, often by preying upon the most vulnerable members of society.

In sacrificing their publicly stated…

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