Six women show up Madagascar’s infamous justice system

13 December 2018 

Crumbling walls crowded dirty spaces and tiny rations of dry cassava. Prisons are often a cruel place, especially in Madagascar.

All around the country, the stories of pre-trial detainees are disturbingly similar — poverty, poor education and weak police investigations. If a sniffer dog stops in front of your house, it can lead to you being held behind bars for years. 

You will have no access to lawyers while you await your trial date.

I am a researcher for Amnesty International and there’s one story I’ll never forget. It involves six incredible women and it has finally reached a beautiful ending.

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