Qwantay has been incarcerated for 16 years and will be released in 2034. He describes what a day in prison is like.
C. Hayashi has been visiting his mother on death row for 16 years. He talks about her conditions of detention as she “rots in solitude” while in fear of execution.
Aliaksandra Y.’s father was sentenced to death and executed in 2016. She was not notified of the execution. She tells the additional suffering caused by this uncertainty.
Homan was born in prison. Both his parents were executed. He then spent three years in prison. This is his story.
Sama was incarcerated in Boulmharez, Morocco. She tells her story.
Barry was a member of the main opposition party to President Alpha Condé. Barry was incarcerated for over four years at the Conakry prison.
Ralph is a British citizen detained in a prison farm, in Kernet. He has been incarcerated for more than six years and is about to be released. He tells Prison Insider how a regular day goes by in prison.
Inmates in the Marco Paz and Los Olmos prisons live in deplorable conditions. Photographs testify to the gravity of the situation.
Geoffrey is incarcerated in Osaka prison. He describes, for Prison Insider, one working day.
Mohamed faces a police check. He is arrested and placed in custody for lack of proper documentation. He spends one week there. He tells his story.
As a 27-years-old political activist fighting for democracy, B. was arrested, beaten, tortured and imprisoned. He tells his story.
"We are only allowed five letters per month."
Geoffrey is incarcerated in Osaka. He wrote to Prison Insider. Abstracts.