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Are Faith Based Programs Effective in Reducing Recidivism? A Case Study of Muslim Parolees in NSW
Australian Journal of Islamic Studies
Although Muslims comprise 5.3% of the NSW population, they account for 9.3% of prisoners in correctional centres. The high rate of Muslim representation in the prison population is the result of long-term neglect of the needs of second and third generation of Muslims by the wider Muslim community and by governments. This article first argues the high rate of the Muslim population in the prisons is not a failure of Muslim community alone, but is a product of a combination of individual, familialdoaj:5a473cc0aa184a959aee649ff2cc39c7 fatcat:q64eun4mnvdylcugl3xnblpccu