Prison Overcrowding and the Constitutional Right to Adequate Accommodation in South Africa.

Prison Overcrowding and the Constitutional Right to Adequate Accommodation in South Africa.

Steinberg, J. (2005). Prison Overcrowding and the Constitutional Right to Adequate Accommodation in South Africa. Paper commissioned by the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation, January. (205kb)

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