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Contributor(s)Daniel Fink, Infoprisons

Daily life

All prisoners are entitled to spend at least one hour a day in the open air

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The prison service offers activities to prisoners

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There are designated places for cultural activities

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Work is compulsory

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Number and percentage of prisoners who work

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Variation in the number of prisoners who work

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Prisoners are paid for their work

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Salaries are

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Their income is subject to social contributions

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Authority(ies) in charge of education and vocational training

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Education is available for all prisoners

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The prison service implements measures to fight illiteracy

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Prisoners are allowed to pass diplomas and entry examinations

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Vocational training is provided

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Vocational training is available for all prisoners

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Distance courses are available

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Prisoners are allowed to keep themselves informed regularly on public affairs

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Prisoners have access to a television

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Prisoners have access to a radio

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Prisoners have access to the press

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The prison service allows access to Internet

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Prisoners are free to practice their religion and follow their beliefs

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Dedicated places of worship are available

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There are chaplains in the prisons

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The prison service remunerates the chaplains

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Individuals or organisations from the outside are allowed to participate in prison activities

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Authorisations for external actors to take part in prison activities are provided by

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Prisoners are allowed to make use of financial resources

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Financial resources are accessible

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Prisoners are allowed to discuss matters relating to their conditions of imprisonment

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Prisoners have the right to vote

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