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Speech by Marios Matsakis MEP (ALDE-ADLE) on : The particular situation of women in prison and the impact of the imprisonment of parents on social and family life [on behalf of the Group] [Language EN original] Matsakis_080312_232717_obog_en Report: Marie Panayotopoulos-Cassiotou (A6-0033/2008) - The particular situation of women in prison and the impact of the imprisonment of parents on social and family life on the particular situation of women in prison and the impact of the imprisonment of parents on social and family life [2007/2116(INI)] Committee on Women's Rights and Gender Equality
17 Mar 2008
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Photographs of the women's prison in Germany and these pictures prove that the Human Rights has already applied and is present in Germany
29 Nov 2009
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Jean Parker, one of Hollywood’s classic beauties, plays an innocent woman framed for murder in Lady in the Death House. This gritty noir-style film intricately traces Parker’s extraordinary circumstances that lead to her awful predicament on death row. Deftly flowing from past to present and everywhere in between, without ever leaving the viewer confused, Lady in the Death House builds tension and thrills the old fashioned way: with good storytelling. The final scenes are particularly harrowing, as every aspect of the film races towards its horrifying conclusion. Lady in the Death House has that black and white 1940s film noir electricity that infuses every shadow, every wry smirk, and every harsh word with an extra sharpness and sense of depth. A gem of classic cinema that deserves more recognition, Lady in the Death House is simply fine filmmaking.
23 Jul 2009
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Where do the bad girls go when the law catches up with them? Some of Noir's notorious femmefatales are locked uup in prison with Ida Lupino as the sadistic warden. Strong performances from Lupino, Jan Sterling, Cleo Moore, Audrey Totter and Howard Duff turn what otherwise might have been a melodramatic story into an entertaining twist on an age-oldtale of institutionalized redemption. Part of Columbia Classic's box-set Bad Girls of Film Noir II. Own this classic film noir set along with never before released classic titles now available on DVD at Screen Classics by Request. Shop Today! www.Columbia-Classics****
9 Dec 2010
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مقاومت زنان زندانى در زندانهاى رژيم آخوندى  Resistance of women prisoners in prisons clerical regime - (translated by google)
10 Apr 2010
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Despite serving us the wettest summer on record, the weather gods have been surprisingly cooperative during my European friends’ vacation. On August 12, 2008 brilliant sunshine awoke us and it was time for another local adventure. We took the subway downtown to Union Station where I gave my visitors a glimpse of Toronto’s most historic railway station. From here we walked east along the historic townhouses of Front Street that today house a variety of cafes and retail stores. Naturally, the triangular Flatiron Building, or more properly called the Gooderham Building, was a major attraction along the way. It was built in 1892, ten years before the famous Flatiron Building in New York City. Our first destination was the St. Lawrence Market, Toronto’s largest market. We met renowned Toronto historian, writer and performer Bruce Bell who is an absolute expert on Toronto’s history as well as the official historian of the St. Lawrence Market and various other landmarks in the city. Bruce explained that from 1845 to 1899 today’s market was originally the first permanent city hall of Toronto and the location of Police Station #1. Even today part of the original building is preserved under the steel canopy of the market hall which was constructed in 1901. We started with a look at the former council chambers which today hold the Market Gallery. Then we explored the merchants on the main and lower floor of the market and got some tasty tidbits, including Canadian back bacon, different types of mustards, various delicious varieties of honey and some sample brownies. In the basement we checked out the areas that remain of the former jail. We also saw the infamous women’s prison dating back to the mid 1800s. After a short stroll through the North Market we headed into St. Lawrence Hall, a historic meeting hall dating back to 1850 whose history illustrates the severe tensions between the British Anglican elite and the Irish Catholic immigrants during Toronto’s early days. For a number of years it was the home of the National Ballet of Canada and continues to be used as a venue for weddings, conferences and special events. Our next stop on the itinerary was St. James Cathedral, built in 1844 according to a Gothic Revival design and featuring Canada’s second tallest church spire. This impressive cathedral is a National Historic Site and seat of the Anglican bishop of the Diocese of Toronto. Bruce provided us with great insight into Toronto’s history, a Toronto long before multiculturalism. Bruce took us back via the Sculpture Garden to Front Street where he said goodbye. We continued our downtown explorations through BCE Place, one of Toronto’s most distinctive buildings. We stopped for lunch at the Renaissance Hotel which is part of the Rogers Centre where we enjoyed a lunch of mixed tapas, overlooking the preparations of the field inside Toronto’s multipurpose stadium. After lunch we headed over to the Steam Whistle Brewery, located in the John Street Roundhouse, a railway facility built in 1929. I always applaud architectural preservation, and this unique building certainly deserves to be preserved. With our mood enhanced by a couple of free samples of beer, we strolled south to Harbourfront and made our way to the Ferry Terminal at the foot of Bay Street. I took my European visitors over to the Toronto Islands to show them the bucolic environment of this little archipelago that offers such a perfect vista of Toronto’s skyline. Having landed at Centre Island, we enjoyed a nice stroll to the pier on the south side and walked east to Wards Island. I also showed my friends some of the permanent island homes on Algonquin Island where we chatted with a local resident. Towards the end of the afternoon we headed home in the subway, after another exciting day of Toronto explorations. Distributed by Tubemogul.
4 Sep 2008
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View Full Movie only at ******* Based on true events in the midst of the 2000 election, AMERICAN VIOLET tells the astonishing story of Dee Roberts, a 24 year-old African American single mother of four young girls living in a small Texas town who is barely making ends meet on a waitress salary and government subsidies. On an early November morning while Dee works a shift at the local diner, the powerful local district attorney leads an extensive drug bust, sweeping her Arlington Springs housing project with military precision. Police drag Dee from work in handcuffs, dumping her in the squalor of the womens county prison. Indicted based on the uncorroborated word of a single and dubious police informant facing his own drug charges, Dee soon discovers she has been charged as a drug dealer. Even though Dee has no prior drug record and no drugs were found on her in the raid or any subsequent searches, she is offered a hellish choice: plead guilty and go home as a convicted felon or remain in prison and fight the charges thus, jeopardizing her custody and risking a long prison sentence. Despite the urgings of her mother, and with her freedom and the custody of her children at stake, she chooses to fight the district attorney and the unyielding criminal justice system he represents. Joined in an unlikely alliance with an ACLU attorney and former local narcotics officer, Dee risks everything in a battle that forever changes her life and the Texas justice system. Genre: Drama Director: Tim Story Cast: Nicole Beharie, Tim Blake Nelson, Will Patton, Michael OKeefe, Xzibit In theaters: April 17, 2009 Copyright © 2009 Samuel Goldwyn Films
29 Mar 2009
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Lewis Seller (Women's Prison) directs Cleo Moore and Richard Crenna in this story of an inexperienced, ambitious girl who, after being caught in a raid at a clip joint, has the chance to learn a trade as a photographer. Her new profession brings her closer to respectability and the opportunity to use her talent to extract blackmail. Moore was often the "bait" in movie publicity campaigns; in Over-Exposed, the exploitation was more explicit. Part of Columbia Classic's box-set Bad Girls of Film Noir II. Own this classic film noir set along with never before released classic titles now available on DVD at Screen Classics by Request. Shop Today! www.Columbia-Classics****
24 Nov 2010
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Just one of the many entertaining scenes from this women in prison classic
30 May 2012
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