Re-socialization of citizens released from detention discussed in Krasnodar

28 November 2017
Re-socialization of citizens released from detention discussed in Krasnodar

On November 28, a meeting of the Club of Civil Activists of Kuban on the topic «Re-socialization and adaptation of citizens released from prisons: problems and solutions» was held under the auspices of Commissioner for Human Rights in the Krasnodar Territory Sergey Myshak.

Representatives of regional authorities, the Public Monitoring Commission and non-profit organizations attended this meeting.

The participants discussed the problems of unemployment, housing and social assistance to citizens released from places of detention.

In his speech, Sergey Myshak noted that the re-socialization of persons released from prisons is an important social problem, the solution of which depends on joint efforts of government authorities and civil society.

Adapted from the press service of the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Krasnodar Territory

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