Contemporary Prison Environments for Aboriginal Prisoners

3 Apr

Contemporary prison environments

Authors:

Dr Elizabeth Grant, Senior Lecturer, The University of Adelaide

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education: Wilto Yerlo

Centre for Housing and Regional and Urban Planning

  

Abstract

The issues of incarcerating Aboriginal peoples have been a matter of contention for prison administrations since colonisation. This presentation presents an overview of the types of places in which Aboriginal people have been imprisoned and how inquiries and people-environments research such as evidence based research and user consultation has influenced the design of contemporary prison environments. The paper will present current trends and examples of prison environments designed for Aboriginal people.

E – elizabeth.grant@adelaide.edu.au

Home page – publications and more ! http://www.adelaide.edu.au/directory/elizabeth.grant

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