Prison Reform: An African Perspective with Prof Lukas Muntingh

Wood for the Trees

May 3 2023 • 40 mins

Prof Muntingh is the Director of the Dullah Omar Institute, a human rights organisation based in Cape Town, South Africa.  He's been involved in criminal justice reform for three decades. We spoke about:

  • Wins and fails in African criminal justice
  • The cheapest way to cut crime
  • Tackling torture in prisons

And even why a man was imprisoned for burying his cat.

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