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5 June 2018

Commentary: "Voluntary Work Programs" at US immigrant detention centres run by private prison cos. amount to forced labour

Author: Victoria Law, In These Times (USA)

"Investigation: Corporations Are Profiting From Immigrant Detainees’ Labor. Some Say It’s Slavery.", 29 May 2018...

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20 April 2018

USA: Private prison co. CoreCivic to face lawsuits alleging use of forced labour of immigrants at detention centre

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4 January 2018
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Author: Departamento 19 (Honduras)

“Demanda colectiva de inmigrantes contra una empresa que opera un centro de detención”, 31 de diciembre de 2017...

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4 January 2018

USA: Immigrants file lawsuit alleging labor exploitation by CoreCivic, a firm operating a detention center

Author: San Diego Union Tribunes

“Class-action lawsuit alleges immigrants are forced to labor in detention”, 30 December 2017...

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23 December 2017

Private prison investors set for giant windfall from Trump tax bill

Author: Jamiles Lartey, The Guardian (UK)

Individual investors in US private prisons are poised to collect their most lucrative earnings ever thanks to changes in the tax code signed by Donald Trump...Under the new GOP law, investments in so-called “real estate investment trusts” (reits) will...

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13 October 2017

USA: Supreme Court rejects private prisons’ request to limit release of govt. documents on their immigration detention practices

Author: Detention Watch Network (DWN) & Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR)

"Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Government Transparency Against Private Prison Corporations", 10 Oct 2017 ......

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21 November 2016

USA: The banks that finance private prison companies

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9 November 2016

"The first big winners of Donald Trump’s victory are private prison companies, whose stocks are soaring"

Author: Hanna Kozlowska Jason Karaian, Quartz

Following the election of Donald Trump to US president, shares in the country’s two major private-prison companies soared, presumably banking on a hike in immigration detentions under a Trump administration, and a better climate for privatizing...

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31 August 2016

US Govt. to phase out use of private prisons over cost, prisoner health & safety concerns

On 18 Aug. 2016, the US Department of Justice announced it would begin to phase out the use of for-profit prisons for federal inmates, returning to full housing of prisoners in federally owned and operated facilities.  As justification, it cited drops...

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7 July 2016

USA: Private firms transporting prisoners often neglect health & safety - some die in transit, says NY Times report

Author: Eli Hager & Alysia Santo, New York Times (USA)

"Private Prisoner Vans’ Long Road of Neglect", 6 July 2016...

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