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Christmas Presents for Juvenile Prisoners

27.12.2005

Christmas Presents for Juvenile Prisoners

On the 25th of December the Human Rights Information and Documentation Centre, together with representatives of the psychological rehabilitation centre “Empathy” and international organization “International Penitential Reform”, visited the juvenile department of the Ministry of Justice. They gave Christmas presents to inmates.

Part of the presents was purchased by the fund of businessman Badri Patarkatsishvili. Company “Colgate” was also involved in organizing this event.
The Human Rights Centre gave juvenile prisoners a color TV set and a computer. Among other presents was a Christmas tree, warm clothes, utensils for hygiene, sheets and towels.

According to the head of the Juvenile Department Khatuna Japava, preparation for the New Year has already started in the prisons. 19 inmates have started decorating the Christmas tree.

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