The list of research on this page is currently under construction.
This research investigates the experiences of pregnant women and mothers incarcerated in the United States, with a particular focus on mother-baby-units (MBUs).
This study describes the experiences of children visiting a parent in prison in Scotland, with qualitative interviews conducted with the partners and children of people in prison in Glasgow.
Piecing It Together: Supporting Children and Families with a Family Member in Prison in Ireland assesses progress on a series of recommendations made by IPRT in “Picking up the Pieces” in 2012.
This article adopts a children’s rights framework to consider the challenges involved in realising the rights of a child when their father is in prison, based on professional perspectives of those working in the Irish prison system.
The aim of this report, commissioned by the Childhood Development Initiative, is to document both the process and consequences of the Family Links Initiative.