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Anil Matoo

Anil Matoo is from Coventry, England. He has just completed his Masters in International Human Rights Law (Distinction) and has two degrees: one in philosophy and the other in law. He is intending to go on to do his PhD inlLaw exploring this issue of prolonged solitary confinement and its infringement on prisoner's rights. In his master's dissertation concerning solitary confinement, a significant chapter involved the potential of the globalisation of the US Supermax Prison and used Australia as an example of this penal global convergence.


Punishment to the max
Law & Liberties - 16/04/2014 - 7 comments
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