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  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216410.jpg
    The detention center of Melun (Seine-et-Marne) is an "old-fashioned prison" built in 1808 in the center of the city. This is something increasingly rare: since the late 1980s, French prisons are built far from housing centers, often in the open countryside.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216411.jpg
    In Melun, from the windows, the prisoners see the city.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216412.jpg
    Sixteen inmates are employed at the prison metalwork. Their job is to transform flat sheets of metal into table legs, cabinet doors or metal boxes.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216413.jpg
    Didier, 52, is a welder since June 2016 in prison. He was doing the same job outside.
    He earns around 700 euros gross per month.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216414.jpg
    Melun Prison was originally a convent. Like many other penitentiary institutions in France, it was converted into detention during the 19th century.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216415.jpg
    In the print shop, the prisoners print the silhouettes for the police shooting ranges. They also publish police station tickets and daytime registers.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216416.jpg
    Records of custody, handbooks, car immobilization records and everything else are stored in a warehouse before being sent to the police stations of France.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216417.jpg
    Jacques, 44, is a draftsman on computer at the metalwork. He earns 900 euros gross per month. Once the charges paid, it remains around 600 euros.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216418.jpg
    The detention center is compartmentalized in a multitude of enclosed spaces. Each hall, each room is closed by grilles and doors. The goal: to prevent any escape.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216419.jpg
    The detainees in Melun work 6 hours a day, from 7 am to 1:30 pm, Monday to Friday. Either 32h30 weekly, almost a full time outside.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216420.jpg
    The meal, which everyone calls "the bowl", is served around 14 hours in the cells. In the afternoon, detainees are free to do what they want.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216421.jpg
    At the metalwork, cases are made which are then installed in the cells and which allow the prisoners and the guard supervisors to communicate.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216422.jpg
    In detention centers, prisoners are not locked up all day in the cell. They can come and go on the corridor. It is only at the end of the day that they are forced to return to the 9 square meter room.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216423.jpg
    Most prisoners earn between 400 and 800 euros gross each month. The "minimum wage threshold", the official title of the salary scale for prisoners, is 4.51 euros gross per hour when the minimum wage for an asset in France is 10.03 euros gross.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216424.jpg
    Nearly 200 of the 290 inmates imprisoned in Melun are occupied. Either to work, or to follow trainings. Those who do not work at all have long since retired. The oldest of the prisoners is 92 years old. Most of those incarcerated here are for sex crimes. An inmate in the metalwork shops.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216425.jpg
    Nearly 200 of the 290 inmates imprisoned in Melun are occupied. Either to work, or to follow trainings. Those who do not work at all have long since retired. The oldest of the prisoners is 92 years old. Most of those incarcerated here are for sex crimes. An inmate in the metalwork shops.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216426.jpg
    Shortly before, at the metalwork, Ahmed Lestal, the head of manufacturing, arrives from outside, the cold hanging on his cheeks. His cloak still on his back, he goes around the large workshop to turn on the lights and start the machines: "Anticipate. The paint booth takes a long time to warm up. "
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216427.jpg
    Before visiting a relative in prison, you must obtain a visit permit that you will need before making an appointment for a visiting room. Speaking of the prison of Melun.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216428.jpg
    Dominique, the lieutenant in charge of prison labor at Melun Prison.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216429.jpg
    The supervisors' cabin in the corridors of the prison allows for constant contact with the detainees during their free time.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216430.jpg
    Patrick, 63, including seven years in prison.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • Work in prison: The uncertain road to reintegration. Melun Prison
    France
    Sadak Souici
    LePictorium_0216431.jpg
    View of the courtyard of Melun Prison from an inmate's room.
    At the Melun Detention Center in France, which houses long-term prisoners, around 100 detainees work in printing and metallurgy workshops. They learn useful jobs for their release from prison.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133545.jpg
    A girl studying in a mixed sex classroom, in Kabul University.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133540.jpg
    Girls under brightly coloured umbrellas, gather for a large, government organised, celebration of education in Ghazi Stadium, Kabul. Under Taliban rule the stadium was used for public executions, including the stoning to death of women.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133541.jpg
    The only female police officer in Kabul, working at a dangerous check point on the outskirts of the city.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133542.jpg
    One of the first Afghan Photojournalists working on an assignment in the city.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133543.jpg
    A young Afghani girl waits in a beauty salon.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133544.jpg
    Women wait in an all female compound to have their photograph taken, during registration to enable them to vote for the first time in the upcoming election. This will be the first election held in the country since 1969.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133546.jpg
    A woman baking chocolate cake in a bakery run by an NGO to give vulnerable women work.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133547.jpg
    Women wait in an all female compound to register to vote for the first time, in the upcoming election. This will be the first election held in the country since 1969.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133548.jpg
    A nurse with a bruise above her eye looks out of a window in a maternity hospital in the Panjshir Valley, Afghanistan.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133549.jpg
    A girl in red lipstick looks out of a window, in a school for girls in the centre of Kabul. Female education was banned under the Taliban, although RAWA set up secret classes for girls who wanted to learn, the risks were incredibly high.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133550.jpg
    A classroom in a school for girls in the centre of Kabul. Female education was banned under the Taliban, although RAWA set up secret classes for girls who wanted to learn, the risks were incredibly high.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133551.jpg
    A woman in the Emergency Hospital in Kabul. She has lost her baby.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133552.jpg
    A 16 year old girl had her arm and leg amputated after being shot by her husband, who also shot and killed her parents and sister. She is being cared for in the Emergency Hospital in Kabul, an NGO run by surgeon Gino Strada. She has four very young orphaned brothers to care for alone. When I asked the nurses why she was smiling when I spoke with her, they replied, "because she is alive".
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133553.jpg
    Stockings and make-up on sale in a shop in Kabul.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133554.jpg
    A female police officer during a break, at a check point on the outskirts of Kabul. She is the only police women in the city.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133555.jpg
    A young girl waits patiently for the staff to return from lunch at the Red Cross Hospital in Kabul. She was fitted with prosthetic limbs after stepping on a land-mine, she needs to be taught how to stand and walk again.
  • A Voice for the Voiceless. A Face for the Faceless
    Afghanistan
    Helen Rimell
    LePictorium_0133556.jpg
    School girls waiting before marching through Ghazi Stadium in Kabul in a large, government organised, celebration of education. Under Taliban rule the stadium was used for public executions, including the stoning to death of women.
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