About Sharon Shalev
Her work as an independent researcher and consultant on human rights and prisons includes some of the following areas:
Providing expert opinions on prison conditions, design, regimes, and compatibility with human rights directives;
Acting as an independent adviser to government departments, inter-governmental organisations and professional bodies on the regulation, use, and effects of solitary confinement practices and the use of force and instruments of restraint, and and advising on their adherence to international human rights standards.
Monitoring places of detention.
Interviews, blogs and publications
Guest blog post for the Association for the Prevention of Torture (APT)
Guest blog post for Penal Reform International (PRI)
Dr Sharon Shalev's academic publications (via ssrn):
Interview with Sharon Shalev, LSE Connect
Voices From the Dark: The Growth of Solitary Confinement