Penal Reform International (PRI)
1989-11-12 London UK
12 Nov 1989, London (UK). Registered in accordance with Dutch law, Groningen (Netherlands). Secretariat (head office) based in London.
Achieve penal reform, whilst recognizing diverse cultural context, by promoting: development and implementation of international human rights instruments with regard to law enforcement, prison conditions and standards; elimination of unfair and unethical discrimination in all penal measures; abolition of the death penalty; reduction in the use of imprisonment throughout the world; use of constructive non-custodial sanctions which encourage social reintegration whilst taking account of the interests of victims.
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General Meeting (annual). Board (meets annually) of at least 9 representatives. Executive Board, including Chairperson, Secretary-General, Treasurer and their deputies. Head office in UK; Offices in Russia, Georgia, Kazakhstan and Jordan.
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