Superstar

From Rainbow Jail Art to Correctional Pageants

By: Jordy Eleni - Published: Apr 29, 2012
The concept of incarceration usually supports a rehabilitative process. Prisoners are supposed to grow and move on from past events, developing into contributing members of society. Many have argued that the majority of banal jail settings inhibit personal growth, eliminating the potential for behavioral and civil advancement. These breakthrough prison concepts have launched reasonable responses to this issue by reworking the disciplinary process, often accommodating healthy lifestyles and communication.

Rainbow jail art and correctional pageants are only some of visionary projects now improving the punitive experience. These undertakings have re-framed longstanding tragedies for inmates and the families of inmates, offering new promising rays of hope. Feasible progression and faith in the likelihood of recovery has been put on the radar here, benefiting both the legal system and society at large.