Links


These links connect you with other organisations and groups who either serve in the same field or support prisoners in various capacities. We  gladly acknowledge their efforts in supporting and raising awareness of the plight of prisoners all over the world.

  • Queensland Mailbox Bible Club

The Queensland Mailbox Bible Club is a non-profit, non-denominational organisation operated by Christians who volunteer their time and efforts to send out Bible lessons through the mail.

http://www.qmbc.org.au

  • Thai prison life

A website about the various prisons in Thailand.

http://www.thaiprisonlife.com

  • Prison Alert

Another opportunity to write to prisoners who are being persecuted for their faith.

http://www.prisoneralert.com

  • Prisoners Abroad

Prisoners Abroad is a small UK-based charity dedicated to supporting British citizens imprisoned overseas. They also provide assistance to those affected by imprisonment, and help ex-prisoners start a new life free of crime after their release.

http://www.prisonersabroad.org.uk

  • Foreign prisoners

The Foreign Prisoner Support Service is organised for the charitable purpose of creating education and awareness about foreign internment, prison conditions and foreign judicial processes, drug education and prevention, in an effort to seek to deter would-be offenders and to campaign for those wrongfully convicted.

http://www.usp.com.au

  • Prison Studies

International centre for prison studies

http://www.prisonstudies.org/country/thailand

  • Kairos

Kairos prison ministry Australia

http://www.kairos.org.au/

  • Days for Girls International
  • Prison Fellowship International

Reading list:

The Angel of BangKwang prison – Susan Aldous

Drug muled Sixteen years in a Thai prison – Joanne Joseph

The Damage Done , twelve years of hell in a Bangkok prison – Warren Fellows

Ladyboys, the secret world of Thailand’s third gender – Susan Aldous and Ponchai Sereemongkonpol

God behind Bars – The inspiring story of Prison Fellowship – John Perry