Prison Reform?

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Prison reform is used to describe many kinds of projects and programs that work to improve the conditions within prisons and by extension, create a penal system that is more effective for society as a whole. This is done through campaigning, lobbying, advocacy and direct action.
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Prison reform is an attempt at improving prison conditions. It aims at creating a more effective penal system that ensures prisoners are well cared for and still pay their debt to the republic. Prison reforms have made prison life more humane by removing corporal punishment, penal bondage, banishment and capital punishment and increasing prisoner liberties.
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