Women’s pathways into, through and out of prison: understanding the needs, challenges and success of women imprisoned for drug offending and returning to communities in Thailand.

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Jeffries, Samantha
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2021
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Thailand imprisons more of its citizens than any other country in South East Asia. It has the highest female incarceration rate in the region and has witnessed substantial growth in prisoner numbers since the 1990s (Jeffries & Chuenurah 2016). Principally, this growth has been compelled by changes in drug law, policy, and criminal justice practice. The government of Thailand has taken a punitive approach to illicit drugs since the 1990s.

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Criminology
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Jeffries, S, Women’s pathways into, through and out of prison: understanding the needs, challenges and success of women imprisoned for drug offending and returning to communities in Thailand., 2021
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