CIC works with student research fellows who explore prison nursery programs and community-based alternatives. Research fellows look at laws, policies, and practices related to these programs and interview persons familiar with systems in the county or state where the programs exist. Through this work, CIC gains a better understanding of different models for keeping parents and young children together as an alternative to separation due to a parent’s incarceration. Through this process, CIC is developing the Global Prison Nursery Network, a group of individuals and organizations that want to work collectively to promote the best interests of children facing placement in a prison nursery or alternative setting.
Each month CIC will release a new report on its website.
Kenya — November 2023
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