For her photo essay, Axelle de Russé focused on the issue of reintegration. She gave us her point of view on the situation in France: Reintegration is not taken into account at all in France. Even politically. This year, the Economic, Social and Environmental Council (CESE) published a report on the 2020 budgets devoted to prison: there are 694 million euros allocated for penitentiary furniture against 89 million for reintegration. The report shows, however, that it would cost less to ensure that the reintegration route is thought through upon entering prison. Today, reintegration is limited to three three-day leaves for...
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