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L'utilisation européenne des prisons ouvertes : l'exemple de la France

Abstract : Open prisons constitute a unique model prison, which has its origin in prison experiments of the first half of the nineteenth century. Their characteristics and strengths were identified in 1955 by the young United-nations, when was also encouraged their use. Despite this support, open prisons are not found everywhere the same penological space, as the French low rate of utilization illustrated well. In addition, the ultra-minority of French open prisons and their criteria of employment figure as an exception, in comparison with the other European countries witch use this model.However, the reform of the enforcement sentences system recently intervened in the hexagon could lead to a reconsideration of their use. So this research proposes to locate these facilities in new inflections that affect the European and French penology, while considering the role that could be led to find different versions of the open institution model
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Paul-Roger Gontard. L'utilisation européenne des prisons ouvertes : l'exemple de la France. Droit. Université d'Avignon, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013AVIG2037⟩. ⟨tel-01059457⟩



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