How are inmates in prisons around the world
• How are inmates in prisons around the world
View of the prison cells varies widely from country to country. For example, prisoners in Norway have access to musical instruments, DVD-disks and video games. Meanwhile, in a typical camera Malawi like in place for slaughtering and filled tens prisoners. A wide range of conditions reflects the way each country treats its criminals, and raises the question of whether a prison is for punishment or rehabilitation.
USA: San Quentin State Prison - the oldest prison in California. It is an object of maximum security, which used to be held within its walls, Charles Manson.
CANADA: Bordeaux Jail in Montreal can accommodate between 1,000 and 1,500 male prisoners with sentences of up to two years.
HAITI: Civil Prison in the coastal town Arkaahiya, as we know, is full. In 2016, 174 inmates escaped during a riot, as a result of which one guard was killed and others were injured
MEXICO: Foam Altiplano - maximum security prison in Almoloya de Juárez. It was believed that it is the most secure prison in Mexico, as long as Joaquin El Chapo Guzman would not run in 2015.
COLOMBIA: Women's Prison Pastor El Buena in Bogota as many as 20 prisoners may be held in the same cell.
BRAZIL: Prisoners face death in prison Desembargador Raimundo Vidal Pessoa Manaus. Four people were killed in the uprising of prisoners in the past year, and dozens of others have been killed in the city jails.
GERMANY: Terms considerably better in Landsberg prison in Landsberg am Lech. Progressive prison provides education and skills of prisoners in areas such as baking, carpentry and painting.
NORWAY: in prison in Norway are designed to simulate the external environment as much as possible in order to prepare prisoners for the entry into society. In Oslos Skien prison prisoners have private bathrooms, TV and video games.
THE NETHERLANDS: Inmates in a prison in Veenhuizen are Norgerhaven bed, furniture, refrigerator and television in their cells, as well as a private bathroom. They also get a window overlooking the prison yard.
MALAWI: Maula Prison in Lilongwe severely overcrowded - in 2015, nearly 200 people were placed in a cell for 60 people. The prisoners, many of whom are Ethiopian migrants share one toilet for 120 people and one tap for 900 people.
Israel Neve Tirza - the only women's prison in Israel. Most cameras is 13 square meters, including a toilet and shower. In each cell there are about six women, who often have to share sleeping accommodation.
BANGLADESH: Some 1,200 inmates live in the central prison in Gazipur Kashympur.
RUSSIA: The Kazakh border on Black Dolphin Prison inmates have a small 15-meter cameras. Prisoners are under surveillance around the clock.
JAPAN: In Japan, Abashiri prison guards inspect the detention cell once a day.
IRAN: Evin prison in Tehran accused of hunger and lack of health care to prisoners.