ID: NEWS-31052024 31 May 2024

Advancing Corrections Journal: Call for Papers for Issue #18

Calling all researchers and practitioners! We're thrilled to announce the call for papers for the 18th Edition of Advancing Corrections.”

This year, we're turning the spotlight on an incredibly important and compelling theme: 'What Is Working With Women: Correctional Practice In The Post Bangkok Rules Era. 
This issue aims to document the progress made in women-centered correctional practices since the endorsement of the Bangkok Rules. The edition welcomes contributions from researchers and practitioners on various topics, including women-centered practices, challenges faced by women, innovative service delivery systems, and the impact of the Bangkok Rules.

We're on the hunt for innovative, cutting-edge insights on women-centered practices in correctional settings. This is your chance to shine a light on the unique needs and circumstances of justice-involved women and the strategies that are truly making a difference.

Whether it's case management strategies specifically designed for women, digital rehabilitation techniques, or innovative service delivery systems, we want to hear from you! We're interested in everything from the nitty-gritty of quantitative or qualitative research to comprehensive reviews and personal experiences.

This is more than just a call for papers - it's an invitation to contribute to a global discussion that's elevating the correctional practice for women. It's an opportunity to showcase the progress made worldwide since the endorsement of the Bangkok Rules and to document the 'best of the best' of what is working with women in both custody and community settings.

So, are you ready to step up and share your work with the world? Are you prepared to add your voice to a conversation that could shape the future of correctional practices for women? We're eagerly waiting to read your submissions and share your valuable insights with our global community.