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Children in Prison: Contemplating Processes and Decisions to Separate the Children from their Mothers in Uganda


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Title: Children in Prison: Contemplating Processes and Decisions to Separate the Children from their Mothers in Uganda
Authors: Francis, KATO
Issue Date: 13-Mar-2020
Degree: Student essay
Keywords: Prison, imprisoned mothers, staff, Children, living alongside their imprisoned mother(s), views about separation, Separation process and decision, Uganda Prisons Act 2006.
Abstract: Introduction and context: With the number of imprisoned women who also double as mother continue to grow, so has the number of innocent children accompanying their mother behind bars. Around the World, different countries have approached this issue in different ways within their respective national policy and legal frameworks. For instance, having different time frames upon which such children can be accepted to be admitted to or get separated from living with their imprisoned mothers behind bar... more
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/64017
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