Table of contents for Human rights and prisons : trainer's guide on human rights training for prison officials / Office of the United Nations, High Commissioner for Human Rights.


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PART ONE. INTRODUCTION       .                                      3
Chapter                                              Paragraphs
1. HUMAN RIGHTS TRAINING METHODOLOGY ....              1-14         5
A   Collegial presentations               .          2          5
B.  Trainina the trainers .  .3                                 5
C.  Interactive pedagogical techniques  . . . .  . .  4
D, Audience specificity                              5          6
E. A practical approach .6                                      6
F   Comprehensive presentation of standards . .      7          6
G. Teaching to sensitize                             8          6
H   Flexibility of design and appication  .  .      9           7
I  Com petence-based  . .  . .  ...                 10          7
L   Evaluation  tools  .. ......                    11          7
K   The role of sf-esteem  ...                      12          7
L    ikae to organizational poliy  .  .    ...      13          8
M. Planned follow-up ...                            14          8
2. EFFECTIVE TRAINING tECHNIQUES ..15--38                           9
"A.  Learning objectiv es  .  -.-.  -.             15-16        9
B.  Tailoring  courses .  . . . .            .      17          9
SThe partipatory method               ...     .    I 8-20      10
D.  Participatory techniques  . .  .          .    21 -36      12
F.  locations  (or tr anino  courses  . . ..... .   37         14
F.  Planning for participants' needs  ........      38         14
3.  TRAINERS  ..     ......                         39-46       15
A.  Seection of trainers .  .                      39         15
B.  Briefing trainers ....                         40         15
C.  Instructions for trainers  . I                 4 . . .1..  15
D.  Tips for making presentations  . ... .         42         17
E.  Key terminology  .  . . . .             .                 19
F. Adapting courses to challenging field conditions . ..  43-46  1
PART TWO. TRAINING SESSIONS                                   .  21
Section 1. INTRODUCTION   .....                .. .           .  23
Course objectives and methodology  .......     .     47.-49      25
1. HUMAN RIGHTS AND PRISONS . ..                    ..... . .  .  27
2. SOURCES, SYSTEMS AND STANDARDS FOR HUMAN
RIGHTS IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE .. .  .  . 50-81     28
A.  Relevance of international standards  .... . .  50       28
B.  The basic sources  . ...... ...      ...    51-81        28
1. Some examples of human rights .   ..       52         28
2. What is meant by "human rights"?          53-54       29
3  Where do human rights "rules" come frorn? ..  55-65   30
(a) Treaty law  .  .  .......         .   56-61       30
(b) Customary international law    . ..   62-65       30
4. Who makes these rules?  .. . ..            66         31
5.  Where are the rules  ade?  ........ .  .  67-71      31
"6. W'ho monitors human rights? .     . .    72-79       32
7. How are human rights enforced? . - ......  80-81      34
Section 2. RIGHT TO PHYSICAL AND MORAL INTEGRITY .    .      .   -
3. PROHIBITION OF TORTURE AND iLL-TREATM ENT . ..  .  .        41
4.  ADMISSION AND RELEASE  .. . ............     .........   .
Section 3. RIGHT TO AN ADEQUATE STANDARD OF UVING .7
SACCOM MODATION      .            ..
6. RIGHT TO ADE  ,I E  OD AND DRNR , il :    . . .             5 .
7  R IH -IT  Ca LOT HING(J ANE, BED ING  .
Section 4. HEALTH RIGHTS OF PRISONERS ...59
8. HEALTH SCREENING FOR ALL NEW PRISONERS . ...  . ..        63
9. THE RIGHT OF PRISONERS TO HAVE ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE      65
10. HEALTHY CONDITIONS IN CUSTODY    . . . . . ..... 67
1 1  SPECIALIST HEALTH CARE .. .. .....          ......       69
12, RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES OF HEALTH-CARE PERSONNEL      72
13.  HYGIENE  . . . .                                      .  75
14.  EXERCISE                                            .    77
Section 5. MAKING PRISONS SAFE PLACES  ......                 81
15.  SECURITY  ..... ........                                 85
16. GOOD ORDER AND CONTROL ... .       .         .    .    . 88
17.  DISCIPLINE AND  PUNISHMENT  . . . ......                 91
Section 6. MAKING THE BEST USE OF PRISONS . . . . .  . .  . .95
18.  W ORK                           ..........99
19,  EDUCATION AND CULTURAL ACTIVITIES  .  ...........       1 02
20.  RELIGION                           . . . . . . ..       105
21.  PREPARATION  FOR RELEASE  ..... ..   ..            .. ..  108
Section 7. PRISONERS' CONTACT WITH THE OUTSIDE WORLD ..      11
22.  LETTERS  ......... _  .. .....                          115
23,  VISITS  ............                                    117
24.  TELEPHONES  ........                              .    .  120
25. HOME LEAVE AND TEMPORARY CONDITIONAL RELEASE ............ 121
26. BOOKS, NEWSPAPERS, BROADCAST MEDIA AND THE WORLD WIDE WEB 123
Section 8. COMPLAINTS AND INSPECTION PROCEDURES ......       125
27. THE GENERAL RIGHTTO MAKE COMPLAINTS  . . .. .            127
28. ARRANGEMENTS FOR INVESTIGATIONS AND INSPECTIONS . . . .. .. 130
Section 9. SPECIAL CATEGORIES FOR PRISONERS .............    133
29.  NON-DISCRIMINATION  . .  . ..             . . .  .    .. .   137
30, WOMEN IN PRISON .   .                          .....     140
I. JUVENIL ES IN DETENTION  .. ..                    ...     43
"32, PRISONERS UNDER SENTENCE OF DEATI- H : .. .:. :: .:  ....: 147
33.  LIFE AND LONG-TERM  PRISONERS  .....        . .  ...    .  50
Section 10. PERSONS UNDER DETENTION WITHOUT SENTENCE    ..     153
34. LEGAL STATUS OF PERSONS UNDER DETENTION WITHOUT SENTENCE   157
"35. ACCESS TO LAWYERS AND THE OUTSIDE WORLD .. . .    .    . . 159
36. TREATMENT OF PRE-TRIAL PRISONERS                           162
37.  RELEASE ON  BA  L .       .  .       . .  .  .   ...      166
38. CIVIL PRISONERS AND PERSONS ARRESTED OR DETAINED WITHOUT
CHARGE                                                     168
Section 11. NON-CUSTODIAL MEASURES                    ......   171
Section 12. THE ADMINISTRATION OF PRISONS AND PRISON STAFF . . . 179



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Prisons Officials and employees Training of, Prisoners Civil rights Handbooks, manuals, etc, Prisoners Legal status, laws, etc, Handbooks, manuals, etc, Human rights Study and teaching Handbooks, manuals, etc