Dr Janet Weston discusses the complexities of Ireland getting to grips with HIV and AIDS during the mid -1990s, and the services for injecting drug users in Mountjoy prison.
Month: March 2017
“Why Should a Man Rule ‘The Castle’?”: Early Twentieth-Century Debates over the Appointment of Female Governors and Medical Officers in Women’s Prisons
In this blog, Dr Rachel Bennett examines historical debates over the appointment of female governors and medical officers in women’s prisons
Reform, Welfare and Prisoners’ Health Rights, 1850-2000
Dr Holly Dunbar outlines her research project on health networks for prison aftercare