Human Wrongs is a photobook by documentary photographer Rick Rocamora. Featuring 68 photographs of life in Philippine prisons, it highlights the realities faced by litigants in the Philippines such as delays in trials, inadequate facilities and equipment in courthouses, clogged dockets and conditions of overcrowding, and inhuman living conditions of detainees in detention centers. It also seeks to call attention to the judiciary’s outdated adversarial system of litigation, a system which local courts have inherited from the Americans a hundred years ago. Includes a foreword by Sheila Coronel.
Rick Rocamora, USA
Hardcover / 8 x 6 inches / 140 pages / BW