Reports & Articles
Listed below are the titles and links to reports and articles that have been written and produced by AdvocAid. These have been produced to support campaigns we’re running, and raise awareness about human rights issues affecting girls and women in detention in Sierra Leone.
AdvocAid and the Center for Accountability and the Rule of Law (CARL), launched their new OSIWA funded project on the 13th June 2017. Read more about the event and the project here.
Title: Global Prison Trends
Summary: Global Prison Trends 2017 is the third edition in Penal Reform International’s annual Global Prison Trends series, which identifies the topical developments and challenges in criminal justice and prison policy and practice. AdvocAid contributed some key information to this report.
Title: Pay No Bribe for Bail
Summary: A policy report on corruption within the bail system in Sierra Leone, produced as part of AdvocAid’s ASJP funded ‘Pay no Bribe For Bail’ campaign, launched in October 2015.
Title: Stay at Home Report
Summary: A report on AdvocAid’s findings and recommendations following a monitoring exercise of police stations during the Ebola three day ‘lockdown’ in March 2015.
Title: Women, Debt and Detention
Summary: An Exploratory Report on Fraudulent Conversion and the Criminalisation of Debt in Sierra Leone. Find the responses to FAQ’s around Women, Debt and Detention.
Title: Justice for Girls
Summary: A report concerning girls in conflict with the law and sexual exploitation in Sierra Leone. Produced in conjunction with African Prisons Project, Justice Studio and Defence for Children.