Τρίτη, 4 Ιουνίου 2013

Παιδιά πίσω από τα κάγκελα

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A prison in Lima, Peru opened a new nursery this month to offer better care for the 40 children there who are allowed to stay with their imprisoned mothers until they turn 3.

A prison in Lima, Peru opened a new nursery this month to offer better care for the 40 children there who are allowed to stay with their imprisoned mothers until they turn 3.
An inmate carries her baby in a nursery as she's surrounded by prison guards during celebrations for Mother's Day at Santa Monica female prison in Lima, May 10, 2013.
REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil

Research has shown prison nursery programs prevent developmental issues caused by a baby's early separation from its mother. Mothers involved in these programs also commit fewer disciplinary violations.

Research has shown prison nursery programs prevent developmental issues caused by a baby's early separation from its mother. Mothers involved in these programs also commit fewer disciplinary violations.
An inmate takes care of her baby at the nursery during celebrations for Mother's Day at the Santa Monica female prison in Lima, May 10, 2013.
REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil
Women's Prison Association

Here in Peru, the majority of women in prison are serving time for drug-related offenses. Research suggests this is true in other countries as well, including the U.S.

Here in Peru, the majority of women in prison are serving time for drug-related offenses. Research suggests this is true in other countries as well, including the U.S.
An inmate breastfeeds her baby at a nursery during celebrations for Mother's Day at the Santa Monica female prison in Lima, May 10, 2013.
REUTERS/Enrique Castro-Mendivil
NTDTV
Quaker United Nations Office

Around 1,700 women are serving time here at Ilopango women's prison in Ilopango, El Salvador, according to Reuters.

Around 1,700 women are serving time here at Ilopango women's prison in Ilopango, El Salvador, according to Reuters.
A female prisoner poses for a photograph with her child at the maternity ward at the Ilopango prison in El Salvador May 9, 2013.
REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez

300 mothers live in Ilopango, where children can stay with their jailed mothers inside the prison until they turn 5.

300 mothers live in Ilopango, where children can stay with their jailed mothers inside the prison until they turn 5.
A female prisoner holds her child in the maternity ward at the Ilopango prison in Ilopango May 9, 2013.
REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez

Once the children are too old to stay with their mothers, prison authorities give them to relatives or hand them over to the state.

Once the children are too old to stay with their mothers, prison authorities give them to relatives or hand them over to the state.
The daughter of an inmate uses a staircase inside the Unidad (Unit) 33 prison in Los Hornos, near La Plata, the capital of Buenos Aires Province, in late October 2007.
REUTERS/Carolina Camps

It's not surprising that so many of El Salvador's female prisoners have children. The country has one of the world's strictest abortion laws, outlawing the procedure even in cases of rape, incest, or to protect the life of the mother.

It's not surprising that so many of El Salvador's female prisoners have children. The country has one of the world's strictest abortion laws, outlawing the procedure even in cases of rape, incest, or to protect the life of the mother.
A toy hangs from a laundry line in the maternity ward at the Ilopango prison in Ecuador May 9, 2013.
REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez
Christian Science Monitor

El Salvador has imprisoned 628 women for having abortions or miscarriages since its abortion law was passed in 1998.

El Salvador has imprisoned 628 women for having abortions or miscarriages since its abortion law was passed in 1998.
A female prisoner fans herself with a piece of cloth as her baby lies next to her in the maternity ward at the Ilopango prison in Ilopango May 9, 2013.
REUTERS/Ulises Rodriguez
Christian Science Monitor

In Argentina, the number of women in prison has soared by more than 200% in the last two decades. 85% were convicted of "economic crimes," like drug-related offenses or theft.

In Argentina, the number of women in prison has soared by more than 200% in the last two decades. 85% were convicted of "economic crimes," like drug-related offenses or theft.
An inmate and her baby peer through a cell at the Unidad (Unit) 33 prison in Los Hornos near La Plata, the capital of Buenos Aires Province in late October 2007.
Reuters/Carolina Campos
Women in Prison in Argentina (Cornell Law School)

Argentine mothers can raise their children inside the prison until they reach age 4. 4-year-old Milagros peers at her mother Valeria Cigara (far inside the cell), 28, who was in prison awaiting trial for robbery in this photo.

Argentine mothers can raise their children inside the prison until they reach age 4. 4-year-old Milagros peers at her mother Valeria Cigara (far inside the cell), 28, who was in prison awaiting trial for robbery in this photo.
REUTERS/Carolina Camps

Cigara, who admits that she is a drug addict and wants treatment from the prison system, gave birth to Milagros during her first jail term.

Cigara, who admits that she is a drug addict and wants treatment from the prison system, gave birth to Milagros during her first jail term.
4-year-old Milagros puts on lipstick while her mother Valeria Cigara, 28, who is currently in prison awaiting trial for robbery, watches in Magdalena August 19, 2012.
Reuters/Carolina Campos

Silvia Rodas, who was convicted of robbery and attempted homicide when she was 19, talks with her daughter Anahi, 4, inside her cell at the Unidad 33 prison in Los Hornos, Argentina in this photo.

Silvia Rodas, who was convicted of robbery and attempted homicide when she was 19, talks with her daughter Anahi, 4,  inside her cell at the Unidad 33 prison in Los Hornos, Argentina in this photo.
REUTERS/Carolina Camps

Anahi was 3 years old when Rodas began her 15-year prison sentence, and she lived with her mother behind bars until she was five.

Anahi was 3 years old when Rodas began her 15-year prison sentence, and she lived with her mother behind bars until she was five.
Anahi, 9, plays with her mother Silvia Rodas, 25, during a visit to the prison where her mother is serving a 15-year sentence in Bahia Blanca October 14, 2012.
REUTERS/Carolina Camps

Argentine law says children can only live with their mothers in prison until they're 4 years old, but Anahi stayed a year longer.

Argentine law says children can only live with their mothers in prison until they're 4 years old, but Anahi stayed a year longer.
Anahi, 9, reads with her mother Silvia Rodas, 25, who is serving a 15-year sentence in prison in Bahia Blanca October 14, 2012.
REUTERS/Carolina Camps

Rodas, now 25, did time in prisons all over Buenos Aires for bad conduct, and distant Bahia Blanca prison was the last one willing to take her in. Anahi, now 9, rarely has the bus fare to come visit her mother.

Rodas, now 25, did time in prisons all over Buenos Aires for bad conduct, and distant Bahia Blanca prison was the last one willing to take her in. Anahi, now 9, rarely has the bus fare to come visit her mother.
Anahi (R), 9, shares a moment with her mother Silvia Rodas, 25, and grandfather Carlos (L) during a visit to meet her mother who is serving a 15-year sentence prison in Bahia Blanca October 14, 2012.
Reuters/Carolina Campos

In Russia, children born in pretrial detention or prison camps live in the "children's home," where workers from the prison system take care of them until they're 3 years old. After that, they are released to their relatives or sent to a civilian orphanage.

In Russia, children born in pretrial detention or prison camps live in the "children's home," where workers from the prison system take care of them until they're 3 years old. After that, they are released to their relatives or sent to a civilian orphanage.
An inmate spends time with her child at the courtyard of a "children's home" located inside a female prison camp, in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 30, 2012.
REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin

The Russian mothers also get breaks from their usual duties and tasks so they can see their children every day, according to Reuters.

The Russian mothers also get breaks from their usual duties and tasks so they can see their children every day, according to Reuters.
Inmates walk with their children as a guard (R) watches in the courtyard of a "children's home" located inside a female prison camp, in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, July 30, 2012.
REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin

Egyptian inmates gather with their children for an Iftar meal during the holy month of Ramadan at al-Qanatir prison in Cairo.

Egyptian inmates gather with their children for an Iftar meal during the holy month of Ramadan at al-Qanatir prison in Cairo.
REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih

Here in the U.S., 120,000 imprisoned women have a child under 18.

Here in the U.S., 120,000 imprisoned women have a child under 18.
Vanessa Moreno, 24, holds her two-month-old baby Makayla at Prototypes residential treatment program in Pomona, California, March 26, 2013.
Reuters/Lucy Nicholson
The Pew Charitable Trusts

More than 60% of parents in prison report being held more than 100 miles from their children, making it difficult and expensive to maintain strong relationships between parents and children.

More than 60% of parents in prison report being held more than 100 miles from their children, making it difficult and expensive to maintain strong relationships between parents and children.
Cali Farmer, 4, (L) cries as she hugs her mother Netta Farmer at California Institute for Women state prison in Chino, California May 5, 2012.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
Bureau of Justice Statistics
Οι φυλακισμένες μητέρες, σε ολόκληρο τον κόσμο, στο καλύτερο που μπορούν να ελπίζουν είναι τα βρεφονηπιακά προγράμματα των φυλακών, σύμφωνα με τα οποία μπορούν να μεγαλώνουν τα παιδιά τους μέσα στην φυλακή, συνήθως μέχρι αυτά να γίνουν 5 ετών.. Από εκεί κι έπειτα, οι σχέσεις μητέρας και παιδιού περιορίζονται στις καθιερωμένες περιστασιακές επισκέψεις της φυλακής.. Σύμφωνα με μία έκθεση του Pew Research Centre, περισσότερες από 120.000 φυλακισμένες γυναίκες στις Η.Π.Α είναι μητέρες ανήλικων παιδιών. Ωστόσο, εννέα μόνο πολιτείες στην Αμερική έχουν φυλακές με βρεφονηπιακό πρόγραμμα. Πηγή: www.lifo.gr
Οι φυλακισμένες μητέρες, σε ολόκληρο τον κόσμο, στο καλύτερο που μπορούν να ελπίζουν είναι τα βρεφονηπιακά προγράμματα των φυλακών, σύμφωνα με τα οποία μπορούν να μεγαλώνουν τα παιδιά τους μέσα στην φυλακή, συνήθως μέχρι αυτά να γίνουν 5 ετών.. Από εκεί κι έπειτα, οι σχέσεις μητέρας και παιδιού περιορίζονται στις καθιερωμένες περιστασιακές επισκέψεις της φυλακής.. Σύμφωνα με μία έκθεση του Pew Research Centre, περισσότερες από 120.000 φυλακισμένες γυναίκες στις Η.Π.Α είναι μητέρες ανήλικων παιδιών. Ωστόσο, εννέα μόνο πολιτείες στην Αμερική έχουν φυλακές με βρεφονηπιακό πρόγραμμα. Magnify Image 300 μητέρες μαζί με τα παιδιά τους ζούνε στις φυλακές του Ilopango στο Ελ Σαλβαδορ Magnify Image Η Ανάχι ήταν 3 ετων όταν φυλακίστηκε η μητέρα της σε κάθειρξη 15 ετών.. Magnify Image 40 παιδιά φιλοξενούνται στις φυλακές της Λίμα, στο Περού. Magnify Image Αργεντινή Magnify Image Αργεντινή Magnify Image Αργεντινή Magnify Image Magnify Image Η τοξικομανής Cigara γέννησε την κορούλα της μέσα στην φυλακή. Magnify Image Magnify Image Αίγυπτιακές γυναικείες φυλακές, κατά την διάρκεια του Ραμαζανιού Magnify Image Στο Ελ Σαλβαδορ η έκτρωση είναι παράνομη. Από το 1998 που ψηφίστηκε ο σχετικός νόμος 628 γυναίκες έχουν φυλακιστεί γι' αυτόν τον λόγο. Magnify Image Στο Περού οι περισσότερες φυλακισμένες γυναίκες έχουν διαπράξει εγκλήματα σχετικά με την εμπορία ναρκωτικών Magnify Image Αμερική Magnify Image Αργεντινή Magnify Image Magnify Image Magnify Image Magnify Image Μπουένος Άιρες Magnify Image Magnify Image Ρωσία Οι παραπάνω εικόνες είναι από φυλακές ολόκληρου του κόσμου, και συγκεντρώθηκαν σε μια πρόσφατη φωτογραφική σειρά του ειδησεογραφικού πρακτορείου Reuters. Πηγή: www.lifo.gr
Οι φυλακισμένες μητέρες, σε ολόκληρο τον κόσμο, στο καλύτερο που μπορούν να ελπίζουν είναι τα βρεφονηπιακά προγράμματα των φυλακών, σύμφωνα με τα οποία μπορούν να μεγαλώνουν τα παιδιά τους μέσα στην φυλακή, συνήθως μέχρι αυτά να γίνουν 5 ετών.. Από εκεί κι έπειτα, οι σχέσεις μητέρας και παιδιού περιορίζονται στις καθιερωμένες περιστασιακές επισκέψεις της φυλακής.. Σύμφωνα με μία έκθεση του Pew Research Centre, περισσότερες από 120.000 φυλακισμένες γυναίκες στις Η.Π.Α είναι μητέρες ανήλικων παιδιών. Ωστόσο, εννέα μόνο πολιτείες στην Αμερική έχουν φυλακές με βρεφονηπιακό πρόγραμμα. Magnify Image 300 μητέρες μαζί με τα παιδιά τους ζούνε στις φυλακές του Ilopango στο Ελ Σαλβαδορ Magnify Image Η Ανάχι ήταν 3 ετων όταν φυλακίστηκε η μητέρα της σε κάθειρξη 15 ετών.. Magnify Image 40 παιδιά φιλοξενούνται στις φυλακές της Λίμα, στο Περού. Magnify Image Αργεντινή Magnify Image Αργεντινή Magnify Image Αργεντινή Magnify Image Magnify Image Η τοξικομανής Cigara γέννησε την κορούλα της μέσα στην φυλακή. Magnify Image Magnify Image Αίγυπτιακές γυναικείες φυλακές, κατά την διάρκεια του Ραμαζανιού Magnify Image Στο Ελ Σαλβαδορ η έκτρωση είναι παράνομη. Από το 1998 που ψηφίστηκε ο σχετικός νόμος 628 γυναίκες έχουν φυλακιστεί γι' αυτόν τον λόγο. Magnify Image Στο Περού οι περισσότερες φυλακισμένες γυναίκες έχουν διαπράξει εγκλήματα σχετικά με την εμπορία ναρκωτικών Magnify Image Αμερική Magnify Image Αργεντινή Magnify Image Magnify Image Magnify Image Magnify Image Μπουένος Άιρες Magnify Image Magnify Image Ρωσία Οι παραπάνω εικόνες είναι από φυλακές ολόκληρου του κόσμου, και συγκεντρώθηκαν σε μια πρόσφατη φωτογραφική σειρά του ειδησεογραφικού πρακτορείου Reuters. Πηγή: www.lifo.gr

1 σχόλιο:

coerdia είπε...

Σκέφτηκα ότι θα σας ενδιέφερε κι αυτό το άρθρο(αν δεν το έχετε ήδη δει):

Viewpoint: What’s Missing from Sesame Street’s Parents in Prison Toolkit

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