Rethinking Crime and Punishment - Newsletter Archive 2009

By: Rethinking Crime And Punishment  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Prison

Below are our 2009 Newsletters

  • Congratulations to the Government
  • Hamish Dixon, General Manager of WellStop contributes
  • Kim Workman addresses the Victim Support Conference Oct 2009
  • Sensible Sentencing Trust's Annual Conference
  • Critique of Sheriff Joe and his puffery
  • Will you support victims of sexual abuse?
  • Rethinking takes a close look at the report
  • Rethinking takes the view there is four flawed assumptions
  • Youth court initiatives lead the way
  • The Fresh Start Package
  • Breakaway Package
  • John Key's launch speech
  • Drug and Alcohol treatment for offenders - where are the resources?
  • Drug and alcohol treatment in prison
  • Why are community based programmes less effective than prison based programmes?
  • Dame Sian Elias’s ‘Blameless Babes’ speech
  • Comments on the Chief Justice's speech
  • The Governments strategy: Drivers of Crime
  • The incarceration generation
  • Do Better Do Less: the report of the Commission on English Prisons Today
  • The role of the Family Court
  • Reducing family violence: how well are we doing?
  • Collaboration between government and community
  • The worm turns - the US reviews its penal policy
  • The facts on American prisons according to Webb
  • Drivers of Crime Ministerial meeting
  • Americans question the importance of high imprisonment rate
  • A quiet revolution
  • Conditions for prisoners deteriorating
  • He Korowai Whakapono: implementing the ‘decency’ agenda
  • Rethinking's submission on the "Drivers of Crime"
  • The Children, Young Persons, and Their Families (Youth Courts Jurisdiction and Orders) Amendment Bill
  • Gangs and Organised Crime Bill
  • The Sentencing (Offenders Levy ) Bill
  • The Parole Reform Bill (the Three Strikes Bill)
  • The Decency Agenda
  • Decent Prisons
  • Prison Officers as Human Services Professionals
  • Decent Prisons lead to better outcomes
  • Prison assault statistics
  • The impact of prisonisation
  • Conditions, pains and effects of imprisonment
  • Parents in prison
  • How should we treat prisoners?
  • The culture and dynamics of prisons
  • The organisational dynamics of prison
  • The roles people play in prison
  • The ‘Victimist’
  • Unforgiveness as a badge of honour
  • Is forgiveness part of Restorative Justice?
  • Restorative Justice is not primarily about forgiveness or reconciliation
  • Towards Positive Justice. Is it possible to develop a justice system which is characterised by the need to be accountable, and to not only confront offenders with the seriousness of their crimes, but also support their efforts toward transformation? A justice which has as its long term aim, the eventual inclusion of offenders back into the community, and the reinstatement of community peace?
  • Rethinking's Revised Principles for 2009: taking a broader look at the criminal justice system
  • New criminal justice legislation - make a submission

Keywords: Prison

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