This film gives an insight into prison life for 174 men convicted and sentenced to death or to life imprisonment in Kyrgyzstan.
'Behind Bars' (2012) reflects the application of life sentence, conditions of long sentenced prisoners and the State's attitude towards these offenders in the South Caucasus.
Capital Punishment” (2011) focuses on the role of the courts and the protection of human rights of those charged with a capital offence in Belarus.
The introduction of community service in Africa has brought benefits to both individuals and the community.
This film produced by PRI's Ugandan partner the Foundation for Human Rights Initiative provides a moving insight into the situation of prisoners on death row and others serving life or long-term sentences in Uganda.
The film 'Forgotten' (2011) reflects the conditions for those sentenced to life imprisonment in the countries of Central Asia. (English and Russian versions available)
Shot in Benin, Kenya and Malawi this film provides disturbing footage of prison conditions inside these countries.
Watch interviews with members of PRI's Executive Board and experts in penal reform: David Daubney (Canada), Olawale Fapohunda (Nigeria), Juliet Lyon (UK), Maria Eugenia Hofer (Chile), and Imman Ali (Bangladesh)
This film is based on the death penalty in Kazakhstan. The death penalty was formerly a common charge for the most obscene crimes.
Path to Justice follows the workdays of four paralegals from the Paralegal Advisory Service in Malawi.
Malawi Prison Service has been developing prison farms with PRI, improving prison conditions and self suffiency.
This animation was created by PRI's Middle East and North Africa Regional Office (2012). The three-minute film provides a basic overview of the application of the death penalty in the region.
This 6-minute video takes you on a tour of PRI's bilingual torture prevention project website.
The Asian Human Rights Centre produced this 2011 film looking at the prevention of torture, with particular reference to South Asian countries.