Scottish Children’s Commissioner calls for better deal for children of imprisoned fathers

12 February 2008

Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People has argued, in a recent report to the Scottish Parliament, that prisons should be designed, managed and run so as to take into account the rights of children to maintain meaningful contact, where appropriate, with their imprisoned fathers (as well as mothers). To read her full report, click here.

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