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Open Society Instituteoviding care in detention centersorganizations providing medical care, food and other services to people in detention centers in developing nations often want deploy with ethical dilemmas: Do they do more good than harm? Help them prisoners or legitimizing a corrupt system and ultimately to expand its capacity to arrest and mistreat more people?

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